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  • Gerry Williams
    Hi, All: Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend: __________ The Mars Society-San Diego s Mars Movie Night Friday, October 19, 2012 7:00pm WAR OF THE
    Message 1 of 7 , Oct 14, 2012
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      Hi, All:

      Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend:

      __________

      The Mars Society-San Diego's Mars Movie Night
      Friday, October 19, 2012
      7:00pm

      WAR OF THE PLANETS (aka: THE DEADLY DIAPHONOIDS)
      (Italy, 1966) 99 minutes

      "In the 21st century, aliens (weird, green, lights which sometimes
      manifest themselves as large clouds of smoke) invade the solar system. Using
      Mars as their base, they steal all of Earth's space stations then brainwash
      or kill the crews. Next stop: Earth, unless Cmdr. Mike Halstead and his crew
      can stop them."

      Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehxsq1HxTI4


      We¹ll also screen Episode #15 of the COWBOY BEBOP anime series: ³My Funny
      Valentine² (Japan, 1998):

      ³Faye ends up meeting an important man from her past, and part of her
      origin is revealed, including the source of her massive debt.²


      Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the Art Union Building at 2323 Broadway
      92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego). Admission is
      FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks to share).

      Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

      For more information, visit:

      http://marsmovieguide.com/#MARS%20MOVIE%20NIGHTS

      __________

      San Diego Vintage Sci-Fi
      Saturday, October 20, 2012
       7:00PM - 11:00PM (approx)

      TARANTULA
      (USA, 1955) 80 minutes

          "In the Arizona desert, Professor Gerald Deemer is experimenting with
      growth hormones in the hopes of finding a way to increase the world's food
      supply. His partner in the project was recently found dead in the desert,
      suffering from a disease that normally takes years to advance but in his
      case seems to have afflicted him in only a few days. The local doctor, Matt
      Hastings, is puzzled by the strange case and with Deemer's recently arrived
      - and very pretty - assistant Stephanie Clayton tries to figure out what is
      going on. When cattle remains are found in the countryside, the evidence
      points to a giant tarantula as the culprit."

      Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NU5Ohipxhak


      Also Showing:

      THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ
      (USA, 1910) 13 minutes

      "The earliest surviving film version of the classic L. Frank Baum 1900
      novel, based more on the 1902 stage musical than on the original novel."


      Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the Art Union Building at 2323 Broadway
      92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego). Admission is
      FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks to share).

      Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

      For more information, visit:
      http://sdvsf.org/

      _____

      :-J

      Gerry Williams
      Director/Director of Photography
      Film - Video - Photography
      Studio 106 - The Art Union Building
      2323 Broadway - San Diego, CA 92102
      619.RAD.FILM   (619.723.3456)
      http://www.filmist.com/
      __
      "Living on Earth is expensive, but it includes a free trip around the sun."
    • Gerry Williams
      Hi, All: Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend: __________ __________ The Mars Society-San Diego s Mars Movie Night Friday, April 19, 2013 7:00pm MARS
      Message 2 of 7 , Apr 18 6:36 PM
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        Hi, All:

        Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend:

        __________
        __________

        The Mars Society-San Diego's Mars Movie Night
        Friday, April 19, 2013
        7:00pm

        MARS MOVIE NIGHT: LENT IN THE MONTH OF MARCH
        (aka: DON'T PLAY WITH THE MARTIANS) (French, 1967)

        "Hapless reporter René Mastier can't get a story straight, so his
        exasperated editor assigns him to a surefire scoop about the imminent birth
        of sextuplets on a remote French island. The problem is that René can goof
        up even the easiest task. He falls for a rumor that Martians have landed on
        the island, and chaos breaks out when he prints the outlandish tale ...
        which proves to be much more credible than anyone suspects."

        Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fc_ji5Cr96s


        We¹ll also screen Episode #4 of the series:

        ³PIONEER ONE: TRIANGULAR DIPLOMACY²
        (USA, 2010):

        "As the media begins to question the story about the crashed satellite,
        Secretary McClellan starts to play hardball with the Russians in pursuit of
        his own truth. But everything hinges on what Yuri, the frightened boy at the
        center of it all, might have to sayŠ"


        Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
        Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).
        Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
        to share).

        Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

        For more information, visit:

        http://marsmovieguide.com/#MARS%20MOVIE%20NIGHTS

        __________
        __________

        San Diego Vintage Sci-Fi
        Saturday, April 20, 2013
         7:00PM - 11:00PM (approx)

        THE TIME MACHINE
        (USA, 1960) 103 minutes

            "On January 5, 1900, a disheveled looking H.G. Wells - George to his
        friends - arrives late to his own dinner party. He tells his guests of his
        travels in his Time Machine, the work about which his friends knew. They
        were unbelieving and skeptical of any practical use if it did indeed work.
        George knew that his machine was stationary in geographic position, but he
        did not account for changes in what happens over time to that location. He
        also learns that the machine is not impervious and he is not immune to those
        who do not understand him or the machine's purpose. George tells his friends
        that he did not find the Utopian society he so wished had developed. He
        mentions specifically a civilization several thousand years into the future
        which consists of the subterranean Morlocks and the surface-dwelling Eloi,
        who on first glance lead a carefree life."

        Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZsSwVi2iPY


        Also Showing:

        BIOGRAPHY: H.G. WELLS - TIME TRAVELLER
        (USA, 1995) 44 minutes

        "In classic novels like The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds and The
        Invisible Man, he practically invented science fiction. But those seminal
        works were just a small part of his life. H.G. Wells wrote over 160 books
        covering fields from fiction to history to political commentary. In his day
        he was one of the most famous and influential thinkers in the world. Through
        extensive use of his writings and interviews with leading scholars,
        BIOGRAPHY presents the complete story of H.G. Wells. Discover the startling
        range of predictions he made forecasting everything from chemical warfare
        and the atom bomb to computer chips and modern birth control! And see how
        his vision of the future darkened as he aged and the horrors of World War II
        threatened to put an end to his hopes for humanity. This is a revealing look
        at the life of "the man who invented tomorrow."


        Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
        Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).
        Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
        to share).

        Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

        For more information, visit:

        http://sdvsf.org/

        _____

        :-J

        Gerry Williams
        Director/Director of Photography
        Film - Video - Photography
        Studio 106 - The Art Union Building
        2323 Broadway - San Diego, CA 92102
        619.RAD.FILM   (619.723.3456)
        http://www.filmist.com/
        __
        "Living on Earth is expensive, but it includes a free trip around the sun."








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      • Gerry Williams
        Hi, All: Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend: __________ __________ The Mars Society-San Diego s Mars Movie Night Friday, May 17, 2013 7:00pm MARS
        Message 3 of 7 , May 13, 2013
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          Hi, All:

          Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend:

          __________
          __________


          The Mars Society-San Diego's Mars Movie Night
          Friday, May 17, 2013
          7:00pm

          MARS MOVIE NIGHT: MARS ET AVRIL
          (aka: MARS & APRIL) (Canada, 2012)

          "Set in a futuristic environment, "Mars et Avril" tells the story of an
          elderly musician and his instrument maker who both become obsessed with the
          same woman. She agrees to be the model for their next musical instrument but
          then gets lost in a virtual world on the way to Mars."

          NOTE: French language with English subtitles.

          Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0940wODWy4c


          We¹ll also screen Episode #5 of the series:

          ³PIONEER ONE: SEA CHANGE²
          (USA, 2010)

          "When an unannounced visitor breaks in to the Calgary base with just
          days left in the Quarantine, tensions are higher than ever. The fate of Yuri
          and everyone on Tom Taylor¹s team is about to be decided."


          Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
          Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).
          Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
          to share).

          Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

          For more information, visit:

          http://marsmovieguide.com/#MARS%20MOVIE%20NIGHTS

          __________
          __________


          San Diego Vintage Sci-Fi
          Saturday, May 18, 2013
           7:00PM - 11:00PM (approx)

          A DOUBLE FEATURE NIGHT!

          MISSILE TO THE MOON
          (USA, 1958) 77 minutes

              "Escaped convicts Gary and Lon are caught hiding in a rocket by
          scientist Dirk Green, who forces them to pilot the ship to the moon. Dirk,
          who's secretly a moon being, wants to return to his home satellite. Dirk's
          partner Steve Dayton and his fiancé June stowaway on the ship by accident.
          Will they all make it back safely?"

          Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBr-EJfeQmY


          Also Showing:

          12 TO THE MOON
          (USA, 1960) 74 minutes

          "A group of twelve international scientists are the first to land on the
          moon. In their exploration of the surface, they run into all kinds of
          trouble, including threatening messages from alien life forms residing on
          the moon. Just a short nine years before the historic moon landing, this
          film's understanding of the science of space exploration is fantastically
          simplistic, but this well-made science fiction film holds interest with a
          strong cast and intriguingly strange events, photographed with great style."

          Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ytwOV3I4wE


          Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
          Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).
          Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
          to share).

          Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

          For more information, visit:

          http://sdvsf.org/

          _____

          :-J

          Gerry Williams
          Director/Director of Photography
          Film - Video - Photography
          Studio 106 - The Art Union Building
          2323 Broadway - San Diego, CA 92102
          619.RAD.FILM   (619.723.3456)
          http://www.filmist.com/
          __
          "Living on Earth is expensive, but it includes a free trip around the sun."
        • Gerry Williams
          Hi, All: Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend: __________ __________ The Mars Society-San Diego s Mars Movie Night Friday, November 15th, 2013 7:00pm
          Message 4 of 7 , Nov 11, 2013
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            Hi, All:

            Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend:

            __________
            __________


            The Mars Society-San Diego's Mars Movie Night
            Friday, November 15th, 2013
            7:00pm

            MARS MOVIE NIGHT: MARS ON TELEVISION

            Three episodes from different television series dealing with the Red Planet
            Mars.

            THE WEST WING: LIFE ON MARS (2003)
            A parking spot covered in mayonnaise, a 22-year old clerk, and an office
            in the steam pipe trunk distribution venue seem to be the worst aspects of
            Republican lawyer Joe Quincy's first day on the job -- until CJ dumps a
            seemingly silly press inquiry about life on Mars into his lap.

            STARHUNTER: FAMILY VALUES (2001)
            The year is 2275. Bounty Hunter Dante Montana and his ragtag crew are
            commissioned to track and capture dangerous interplanetary criminals,
            including an evil force Dante believes kidnapped his son. Hunting a pair of
            con artists on Mars, Dante and Luc encounter a Raider with a boy who may be
            Dante's kidnapped son. Percy becomes trapped in Dante's virtual reality
            device, which simulates his dead wife, Penny.

            THE OUTER LIMITS: PHOBOS RISING (1998)
            For 30 years there has been a fragile truce between the Free Alliance
            and the Coalition of Middle-Eastern and Pacific States, both on Earth and on
            Mars. Both groups mine triradium, a super-powerful radioactive mineral that
            can be used for both power and illegally for weapons. When a giant explosion
            appears to consume the Earth and sends a giant shock-wave towards Mars, the
            soldiers at the Free Alliance base on the Red Planet wonder if the truce has
            come to an end. Cut off from Earth for 12 hours as Mars rotates, Colonel
            Samantha Elliot believes someone from the Coalition has been smuggling
            triradium. With communications temporarily out of order and a Coalition
            drone approaching the Alliance base, Elliot prepares to launch a preemptive
            strike.

            __________

            Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
            Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).
            Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
            to share).

            Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

            For more information, visit:

            http://marsmovieguide.com/
            http://marsmovieguide.com/#MARS%20MOVIE%20NIGHTS

            __________
            __________


            San Diego Vintage Sci-Fi
            Saturday, November 16th, 2013
             7:00PM - 11:00PM (approx)

            JEFF BERKWITS is an American science fiction editor. He was editor of
            Amazing Stories in 2004-2005. Berkwits received two nominations, in 2002 and
            2004 for the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer. As a freelance writer,
            Berkwits' articles have appeared in a variety of magazines, including Locus,
            Cinescape, SCI FI, The X-Files Official Magazine, and Science Fiction
            Weekly.

            Jeff, an avid science fiction television historian, will take us on a
            whirlwind tour of some of the best and worst that Science Fiction had to
            offer on television in the 1950s.

            __________

            Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
            Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).
            Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
            to share).

            Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

            For more information, visit:

            http://sdvsf.org/

            _____

            :-J

            Gerry Williams
            Director/Director of Photography
            Film - Video - Photography
            Studio 106 - The Art Union Building
            2323 Broadway - San Diego, CA 92102
            619.RAD.FILM   (619.723.3456)
            http://www.filmist.com/
            __
            "Living on Earth is expensive, but it includes a free trip around the sun."
          • Gerry Williams
            Hi, All: Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend: __________ __________ The Mars Society-San Diego s Mars Movie Night Friday, May 23rd, 2014 7:00pm MARS
            Message 5 of 7 , May 19, 2014
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              Hi, All:

              Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend:

              __________
              __________


              The Mars Society-San Diego's Mars Movie Night
              Friday, May 23rd, 2014
              7:00pm

              MARS MOVIE NIGHT: A DOUBLE FEATURE!

              THE TWELVE-HANDED MEN OF MARS
              (Italy, 1964) 85 minutes
              aka: "I Marziani Hanno Dodici Mani"

              "Four Martians assume human guises for a trip to Earth. They're supposed
              to be preparing for an invasion by the Red Planet but discover that life on
              Earth isn't bad. One gets into the real estate business, another becomes
              involved in politics, a third falls in love, and the last ends up as--of all
              things--a science-fiction author!"

              NOTE: Presented in Italian, but no translation or subtitles necessary.
              See a clip here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJxeUVwDb2M

              We¹ll also screen:

              A WITCH WITHOUT A BROOM
              (USA, 1967) 86 minutes

              "An American professor becomes the object of desire of a beautiful
              15th-century apprentice sorceress. She takes him on an odyssey from the
              Stone Age to a futuristic Martian jaunt. Starring Jeffrey Hunter."

              __________

              Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
              Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).

              Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
              to share).

              Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

              For more information, visit:

              http://marsmovieguide.com/

              __________
              __________


              San Diego Vintage Sci-Fi
              Saturday, May 24th, 2014
              7:00PM

              THE 7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD
              (USA, 1958) 88 minutes

              "When Captain Sinbad and his men land on the island Colossa they are
              confronted with man-eating cyclops. They can escape with the help of the
              magician Sokurah and his magic lamp. The lamp which contains a boy jinni
              unfortunately gets lost. Back in Bagdad the magician performs impressive
              tricks. He wants to start an expedition back to Colossa to bringing the lamp
              back in his possession. But the kalif rejects the magicians requests. The
              malicious Sokurah breaks into the rooms of the princess at night and shrinks
              the princess to the size of an elf. The magician offers his abilities to
              heal the princess on next day. But one of the magic potions necessary
              components must be procured from the island Colossa first. So Captain Sinbad
              sails again to the island Colossa and to the dangers expecting him there...

              NOTE: Screened in high-definition Blu-ray.

              Film Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMFdVEQcH_0

              Also showing:

              Ub Iwerks's SINBAD THE SAILOR
              (USA, 1935) 7 minutes

              "Sinbad battles a band of pirates at sea and on a tropical isle. A giant
              bird rescues him, and he ends up back on his ship with the pirates'
              treasure."

              Also showing:

              POPEYE THE SAILOR MEETS SINBAD THE SAILOR
              (USA, 1936) 16 minutes

              "After sending his giant roc to wreck Popeye's boat and kidnap Olive
              Oyl, Sinbad forces Olive to dance for him by firing buckshot at her feet
              with a pea-shooter. Popeye attempts to rescue her while Wimpy follows a duck
              around with a meat-grinder. After Popeye disposes of the roc and Sinbad's
              two-headed giant, it's a battle to the "finich" between the two legendary
              sailors."

              __________

              Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
              Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).

              Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
              to share).

              Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

              For more information, visit:

              http://sdvsf.org/

              _____

              :-J

              Gerry Williams
              Director/Director of Photography
              Film - Video - Photography
              Studio 106 - The Art Union Building
              2323 Broadway - San Diego, CA 92102
              619.RAD.FILM   (619.723.3456)
              http://www.filmist.com/
              __
              "Living on Earth is expensive, but it includes a free trip around the sun."
            • Gerry Williams
              Hi, All: Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend: __________ __________ The Mars Society-San Diego s Mars Movie Night Friday, June 20th, 2014 7:00pm MARS
              Message 6 of 7 , Jun 17, 2014
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                Hi, All:

                Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend:

                __________
                __________


                The Mars Society-San Diego's Mars Movie Night
                Friday, June 20th, 2014
                7:00pm

                MARS MOVIE NIGHT: ESCAPE FROM MARS
                (USA/Canada 1999) 100 minutes

                "Five astronauts make the first manned trip to Mars, in the second
                decade of the 21st century. They must battle and overcome inferior computer
                components, corporate greed and indifference, their own personal problems,
                as well as the surprises that the Red Planet has in store for them."

                We¹ll also screen:

                COWBOY BEBOP Episode 21 - BOOGIE WOOGIE FENG SHUI
                (Japan, 1998) 25 minutes

                "Jet, spurred on by a cryptic e-mail, tries to find an old acquaintance
                but discovers only his grave‹he disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
                His daughter, Mei-Fa, an expert in feng shui, asks for his help finding a
                'sun stone' that can lead them to her father's location."

                __________

                Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
                Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).

                Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
                to share).

                Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

                For more information, visit:

                http://marsmovieguide.com/

                __________
                __________


                San Diego Vintage Sci-Fi
                Saturday, June 21st, 2014
                7:00PM

                THE SPACE CHILDREN
                (USA, 1958) 69 minutes

                "A glowing brain-like creature arrives on a beach near a rocket test
                site via a teleportation beam. The alien communicates telepathically with
                the children of scientists. The kids start doing the alien's bidding as the
                adults try to find out what's happening to their unruly offspring."

                Film Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EryBvlc3028

                Also showing:

                THE COLOSSUS OF NEW YORK
                (USA, 1958) 70 minutes

                "Jeremy Spensser, genius humanitarian, is killed in an accident just
                after winning the Nobel Peace Prize. His father William, a brilliant brain
                surgeon, works on the body in secret before burial; later revealing to his
                other son Henry that he has the brain on life support and hopes to encase it
                in a robot body! The resulting being is large, strong, and develops many
                strange powers. Initially it has Jeremy's gentle personality but this, too,
                begins to change, and a year later it decides to end its long seclusion..."

                Film Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LhTf9d95Eo

                __________

                Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
                Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).

                Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
                to share).

                Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

                For more information, visit:

                http://sdvsf.org/

                _____

                :-J

                Gerry Williams
                Director/Director of Photography
                Film - Video - Photography
                Studio 106 - The Art Union Building
                2323 Broadway - San Diego, CA 92102
                619.RAD.FILM   (619.723.3456)
                http://www.filmist.com/
                __
                "Living on Earth is expensive, but it includes a free trip around the sun."
              • Gerry Williams
                Hi, All: Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend: __________ __________ The Mars Society-San Diego s Mars Movie Night Friday, July 18th, 2014 7:00pm MARS
                Message 7 of 7 , Jul 13, 2014
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                  Hi, All:

                  Two free Sci-Fi movie screenings this weekend:

                  __________
                  __________


                  The Mars Society-San Diego's Mars Movie Night
                  Friday, July 18th, 2014
                  7:00pm

                  MARS MOVIE NIGHT: MUTANT SWINGER FROM MARS
                  (USA 2003) 93 minutes

                  "A 'long lost sci-fi film' from the 50's, finally, has been recovered!
                  Martians from Mars come to Earth and force a mad scientist to create a
                  'chick-magnet' to lure women so they may take them back to Mars because ...
                  Mars needs women, of course! It's up to Rusty Rave to stop them."

                  Film Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KR3IlCRi0pM

                  We¹ll also screen:

                  COWBOY BEBOP Episode 22 - COWBOY FUNK
                  (Japan, 1998) 25 minutes

                  "A terrorist known as the "Teddy Bomber" has been using explosives
                  hidden in teddy bears to bring down high-rise buildings in protest of
                  humanity's excesses. Spike attempts to stop him, but constantly runs afoul
                  of "Cowboy Andy", a fellow bounty hunter who is far more similar to Spike
                  than either would care to admit."
                  _____

                  Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
                  Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).

                  Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
                  to share).

                  Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

                  For more information, visit:

                  http://marsmovieguide.com/

                  __________
                  __________


                  San Diego Vintage Sci-Fi
                  Saturday, July 19th, 2014
                  7:00PM

                  A ROGER CORMAN DOUBLE FEATURE!

                  NOT OF THIS EARTH
                  (USA, 1957) 67 minutes

                  "An alien agent from the distant planet Davana is sent to earth via a
                  high-tech matter transporter. There he terrorizes Southern California in an
                  attempt to acquire blood for his dying race, the result of a devastating
                  nuclear war."

                  Film Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwlzH9Nmn_k

                  Also showing:

                  ATTACK OF THE CRAB MONSTERS
                  (USA, 1957) 62 minutes

                  "A group of scientists travel to a remote island to study the effects of
                  nuclear weapons tests, only to get stranded when their airplane explodes.
                  The team soon discovers that the island has been taken over by crabs that
                  have mutated into enormous, intelligent monsters. To add to their problems,
                  the island is slowly sinking into the ocean. Will any of them manage to
                  escape?"

                  Film Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTVWQ8dxPW0

                  __________

                  Showtime is 7:00pm at Studio 106 in the San Diego Reader Building at 2323
                  Broadway 92102 (the Golden Hill area just east of downtown San Diego).

                  Admission is FREE, and popcorn is provided (you can bring snacks or drinks
                  to share).

                  Please RSVP to FILMIST <at> MAC.COM as seating is limited.

                  For more information, visit:

                  http://sdvsf.org/

                  _____

                  :-J

                  Gerry Williams
                  Director/Director of Photography
                  Film - Video - Photography
                  Studio 106 - The Art Union Building
                  2323 Broadway - San Diego, CA 92102
                  619.RAD.FILM   (619.723.3456)
                  http://www.filmist.com/
                  __
                  "Living on Earth is expensive, but it includes a free trip around the sun."
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