Repressed Cinema presents a rare 16mm print of Roger Corman’s 1959 film A Bucket of Blood.
Halloween is just around the corner, dig? It’s a tale of a coffee shop misfit busboy that horrifically rises to stardom in Roger Corman’s black comedy cult classic A Bucket of Blood. Told against a backdrop of late 50's skid row Los Angeles, beatnik culture is displayed vibrantly for the ages in what has become Dick Miller’s swan-song performance as Walter Paisley the aspiring artist. 16mm beatnik short films will play before the movie.
Repressed Cinema is a new monthly series at the Hollywood Theater, showing vintage & contemporary films that are obscure, neglected and from the fringe. Curator and local film collector Ian Sundahl will be in attendance.