Good day Dayton! This is the first of many blogs to come where we will inform you about special content that we will be showing at Rave Cinema Dayton South. We show more than just the latest Hollywood Blockbuster! I look forward to chatting and reading the comments with you all. Now, on with the show…
Rave Cinemas Dayton South and Huber Heights is proud to present a very special showing of Mystery Science Theater 3000 on August 16th at 8pm. This will be for one night only as Michael J. Nelson (head writer of the original series from 1993-1999), Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of RiffTrax.com bring their outside the box sense of humors for hilarious commentary on a terrible movie. These three are known for their sarcastic and gut wrenching shots at science fiction B-movies. Their peanut gallery style commenting is the only thing that can make the movie more tolerable! During this special event they will be reviewing “Manos: The Hands of Fate” which is widely known as being one of the worst movies to ever be made and brought up to a cult status just for being on Mystery Science Theater 3000. This is the only time this crazy funny feature will be on the big screen.
Also showing, due to such popular demand, an encore showing of Singing in the Rain! This lovable classic will be back on August 22nd at 7pm. Showing for the 60th anniversary and presented by NCM Fathom and Turner Classic Movies, the feature has been digitally re-mastered and looks fabulous on the big screen. Known to many as one of the best musical movies ever made, not only do you get to see the original stars, but Debbie Reynolds will treat viewers to a special behind the scenes interview with NCM host Robert Osborne. Synopsis; When Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) makes the transition from silent film to a musical, he meets Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds), who is an aspiring actress and brought in for her ability to sing. Don falls for Kathy and a heartfelt romance blossoms.
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