Weekend Watching: The Sure Thing (1985)

Directed by Rob Reiner

“College freshman Walter (Gib) Gibson decides to go cross country to visit his friend in California during winter break. Awaiting there is a bikini-clad babe whom his friend assures him is a “sure thing”. Meanwhile, Allison, a cute (but somewhat anal retentive) girl at Gib’s college has also decided to head out to Cal. to see her boyfriend during break. Gib and Allison are thrust together on a road trip from hell, and somewhere along the way, they find each other’s company to be tolerable. Now, what will become of Gib’s “sure thing?””

Weekend Watching: Human Nature (2001)

Directed by Michel Gondry and written by Charlie Kaufman

Weekend Watching: This Ain’t Beebop (1989)

Directed by Ralph Bakshi

One man’s odyssey through surreal downtown Los Angeles as he tries to find the life he once had

Weekend Watching: Stone Cold (1991)

Directed by Craig R. Baxley

Joe Huff is a tough, go-it-alone cop with a flair for infiltrating dangerous biker gangs. The FBI blackmail Joe into an undercover operation to convict some extremely violent bikers, who are angry at the capture of their leader.

Starring Brian Bosworth

Weekend Watching: Judgment Night (1993)

Directed by Stephen Hopkins

Weekend Watching: Society (1989)

Directed by Brian Yuzna

“17 year-old Billy Whitney feels alienated from his upper-class Beverly Hills family. He hears a tape recording that seems to indicate that his entire family are having secret orgies. People appear dead one moment but are alive the next, while Billy’s girlfriend’s body appears to twist into abnormal positions. His parents insist that Billy is imagining everything and try to commit him to an institution. Billy slowly discovers the truth – that his parents and the people around him belong to a different breed of people, a secret in-bred society who are capable of melding and shifting their bodies.”

Weekend Watching: Story Of A Junkie (1987)

Directed by Lech Kowalski

John Spacely is your tour guide through the terror ridden streets of New York’s East Village. Known as Alphabet City, it was the drug supermarket of the modern world. Growing up in California, John Spacely had everything going for him…or did he? He arrived in the Big Apple as a young man hoping to make his fortune and find his identity. What he found was the dark and desperate world of drugs.

Weekend Watching: Ken Park (2002)

Directed by Larry Clark & Ed Lachman

Weekend Watching: Everything Is Terrible! The Movie

Jam-packed with face-melting Terribleness!

Weekend Watching: Chasing Ice (2012)

Directed by Jeff Orlowski

Follow National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys time-lapse cameras designed for one purpose: to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers.

Weekend Watching: Our RoboCop Remake

After showing you the shoot’em in the dicks clip, we thought you might want to see the whole film.

Weekend Watching: Disorderlies (1987)

Directed by Michael Schultz

Weekend Watching: Gleaming the Cube (1989)

Directed by Graeme Clifford

Weekend Watching: The Man Who Shot the 60s

“Brian Duffy together with David Bailey and Terence Donovan is recognized as one of the innovators of “documentary” fashion photography, a style which revolutionized fashion imagery and furthermore the fashion industry. So influential were their images that in 1962 the Sunday Times dubbed Duffy, Bailey & Donovan the “Terrible Trio” and Norman Parkinson further added to their notoriety by naming them “The Black Trinity”. Together they dominated the London photographic scene, constantly pushing each other to new heights. Even socially they would spend many hours together talking, living and breathing photography.”

Weekend Watching: Detroit Art City – The DIA Story

Weekend Watching: Christmas in Tattertown (1988)

Directed by Ralph Bakshi

Weekend Watching: The Dark Crystal (Director’s Cut)

 

Weekend Watching: Blank City (2010)

Directed by Celine Danhier

Today, Manhattan is a byword for overpriced property, overexposed landmarks and overdressed fashionistas. In the late 70s, however, it was rat-infested, crime-crippled, cheap and nasty – somewhere for America to dump its immigrants, poor people and artists. Music, art, fashion and filmmaking burgeoned, fueled by drugs, dares, fads, feuds, and a fair helping of madness.

Weekend Watching: Acapulco Gold (1973)

Directed by Bob Grosvenor

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