I LOVE BAD MOVIES 'Zine & Tenebrous Kate Present "MAC AND ME"
I love bad movies: it's a rallying cry, a fearless assertion. and also the title of a lovingly hand-crafted 'zine. Creators Matt Carman and Kseniya Yarosh are dedicated to seeking out strange, overlooked, and sometimes altogether forgotten movies and giving them the attention most people wouldn't think they deserve. Their areas of bad-movie interest go beyond horror and sci-fi fare, extending into comedy, romance, family fare, and beyond. They bring together an eclectic bunch of talented authors in each issue of I LOVE BAD MOVIES, and devote the pages of each 'zine to a specific type of schlock cinema. Issue 4 is devoted to children's films, and I'm delighted to have a piece included in its pages.
Fellow lovers of cinema's dregs in the New York City area should join me and the I LOVE BAD MOVIES team for a very special presentation, of the existential shocker "Mac and Me" on September 30th at 92YTribeca. Stare bravely into a world of madness, mutation, physical disability, and cynical marketing exploitation. There will be entertainment from your hosts, and yes--there is beer & wine available for those who need a little liquid courage during the presentation. Get your tickets at the 92YTribeca website!
"Mac and Me" is just one part of September's Rip-Off Cinema Series at 92YTribeca, which features some amazing and rarely-screened gems. Flicks like "Abby," "Lady Terminator" and "1990: Bronx Warriors" are all being shown. Be sure to check out the entire line-up and support local weirdness!