Posted 2012-02-26 in
The very first Strange Vice film screening night will take place on the 24th March. We will be showing a wide selection of genre movies over the course of time and using our wide variety of cine equipment for the ultimate grindhouse experience, the only thing missing is a rowdy audience so please come along and enjoy yourselves.
We will be showing Eddie Romero's Philipino action/fantasy film Beyond Atlantis (1973) starring Sid Haig from a 16mm print as well as some shorts and trailers plus a secret B feature that will be announced on the night.
Admission is £5 on the door or in advance from www.strangevice.co.uk
Online sales will be available on the evening of Monday 27th Febuary.
There will be limited space so we reccomend getting an advance ticket.
We will also have a selection of products from our store available to buy, if there is anything specific that you are after please email in advance and we can bring it along.
Please sign up to our mailing list on the website to keep up to date with new additions to the store, upcoming events and screenings.
Posted 2012-02-22 in
First post in a while and we thought that we'd let you know that Strange Vice will have a stall and be playing some top drawer soundtrack records at this Glasgow Music and Film Festival event.
Usual scenario, won't have everything but if you are after anything specific and would like us to bring it along drop us a line (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Anyway, heres some text nicked from the promoters web page;
Throbbing goth-synth creep-scapes from the horror score fanatic.
The alter ego of musician Matt Hill, Umberto is a one-man band crafting horror score creep-scapes for the digital age. A true master of the horror film soundtrack aesthetic, his music is a hypnotic, all-consuming journey, reeling you into a foggy, neon-lit world of graveyards, stalkers, haunted houses, witches and blood-stained corpses. Evoking the unsettling progressive rock of Goblin and the sinister, dystopian synth-work of John Carpenter, his acclaimed releases have garnered considerable praise for their staggering, gothic take on italo disco and new-wave synth pop, recreating the brooding intensity of a Dario Argento soundtrack through the cyclical melodies and throbbing rhythms he shares with his closest contemporaries, Zombi and Gatekeeper.
Flying over exclusively from Kansas City, Missouri for GMFF, Umberto will be performing a live soundtrack to a secret film of his choice, with support from power-sleaze duo Organs of Love and Strange Vice DJs.
Co-presented by independent promoters Cry Parrot: http://www.facebook.com/ cryparrot
8.30pm - 9pm: Organs of Love
9.30pm - 11pm: Umberto
11pm - 2am: Afterparty with David Barbarossa, Claudia Nova, Henry Fondler and Older Lover
Saturday 25th Feb
On the phone:
0141 565 1000
Over the counter:
Arches Box Office, 253 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8DL