It Came From The Neo-Futurarium

The Neo-Futurists (you know, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind) are presenting the sixth iteration of their summer series of staged readings of terrible movies: It Came From The Neo-Futurarium VI: Curse of The Neo-Futurarium, Thursday nights at 8 pm through July 26.

We saw Mesa of Lost Women last night and it was hilarious — full of on-target over-acting, effectively minimal special effects, and just a bit of ranting about the terrible-ness of the original text (spiders are not, you will note, “hexapods”).

There are only three shows left in the series, of which the After School Special Triple Feature on July 19 looks especially enticing — featuring three short After School Specials: The 18th Emergency (1974); Hey, What About Me? (1987); and When Mom and Dad Break Up (1987).

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