“L.A. karate… I’m impressed….”
It’s March Madness at TEC and we have an important trivia question for you Enemaniacs out there: What are the most iconic fillms you can think of set in Seattle? Singles? Sleepless in Seattle? Frasier? WRONG. You’re forgetting the GREATEST underdog story ever committed to celluloid that ALSO happens to be set in Seattle. That’s right, 1986’s NO RETREAT, NO SURRENDER! A tour de force about the triumph of the human spirit, late night garage kung fu training with the ghost of Bruce Lee and JEAN CLAUDE VAN DAMME. Will Jason be able to use the “skills” he’s learned from his late night sessions with a dead Bruce Lee to stop a crime syndicate from taking over Seattle? Will karate be confused with kung fu and vice versa? Will JCVD do the splits ENOUGH? You’ll have to come to the next TEC LIVES!! to find out!!
(Comedian/TEC Creator/Lover of Tackiness)
TRAVIS VOGT & KEVIN CLARKE
(Comedians/Filmmakers/Major Movie Nerds)
MARK “PRODUCER MARK” ALLENDER
(Artist/Cartoonist/Producer Of Things)
(Actor/Karate Non-Expert/Possible ghost of Bruce Lee)
$7 cover gets you a raffle ticket good for our special prize packs from Scarecrow Video and Ugly Baby Shower Art!! Additional raffle tickets are just $1 for 5 tickets!!
Doors @ 7:30
Show starts @ 8:00 PM
Be sure to come early and enjoy some totally terrible b-movie trailers from 7:30 ’til showtime!!
The Enematic Cinematic LIVES brings you the awesomely fun experience of watching a shitty movie with friends, strangers and booze, combined with a live taping of The Enematic Cinematic Podcast starring you as a live audience person and featuring some of the funniest comics/performers and general randoms off the street in town! The movies will always be bad, but the times will always be good! COME for the horribly shitty movie w/comedic commentary and STAY for The Enematic Cinematic Podcast taping LIVE!
Here’s what people we know said about TEC: LIVES!!:
“A little gem…you don’t want to miss it!” – GeekWire.com
“Interesting.”- Vern, AintItCoolNews
“Cleansing?”- Lindy West, GQ
“Pull up a seat and pile on!” – City Arts Magazine
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