HORROR REMIX:
ROAD RASH
2 HOURS OF MOTORCYCLE MADNESS
Rated R - Free Admission

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SCHEDULE:
(dates are tentative; click on your theater's link to verify dates & times)


Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Dallas, TX - Alamo Richardson (9pm)

Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Lawrence, KS - The Bottleneck (9pm)
Kansas City, MO - Alamo Mainstreet (10pm)

Saturday, November 30, 2013
Houston, TX - Alamo Mason Park (10pm)

Thursday, December 5, 2013
Phoenix - FilmBar (10pm)


Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Winchester, VA - Alamo Drafthouse (9pm)
Austin, TX - Alamo Lakeline - (10:15pm)


We have a problem, folks. A plague of scumbags are invading our cities, corrupting our children and smoking our marijuana cigarettes. No, not skateboarders. BIKERS!

When preparing ROAD RASH, the main features were locked in, however, I still needed some material for shorts. I started poking around the internet looking for obscure bikers films. This was an interesting experiment for me, because I don’t like motorcycles. I don’t like biker culture. And I especially don’t like biker movies. Or so I thought…

Bleeding Skull had some interesting reviews of biker oddities so I gave them a shot. Then I found some more stuff. And more stuff. In the end, I discovered three things:

1. The greatest biker movie of all time is Stone
2. A new appreciation and understanding of biker culture
3. And most importantly, I had tons of material for ROAD RASH

So, now ROAD RASH is two main features and a parade of biker shorts. This is an explosive and highly offensive show. Please, don’t bring your mom.



Nightmare Beach (1988)
Nightmare Beach delivers the cheeseball trash we crave. It’s spring break so, you know the beer and boobs be flowin’. Bikini clad bitches are getting electrocuted by a mysterious (not to mention stylish) biker dude and everyone is pissed. Even the mayor! How will this terror ever be resolved? Thankfully, director Umberto Lenzi (Ghosthouse) gives us a very satisfying ‘Scooby-Doo’ resolution.



Mad Foxes (1982)

Although this is not a horror film, the content found in this Spanish exploitation flick is horrific. Mad Foxes packs a sleazy, nasty and violent punch. It’s extreme in every aspect. The bad English dubbing, extremely funny. The hero, extremely douchey. The soundtrack, extremely diverse (80s metal Krokus, electro-disco, jazz swing, saxy smooth jazz). The nudity, extremely liberal. And most shocking of all, the art direction and cinematography, extremely well done. Mad Foxes will take you through a full range of emotion within the first 5 minute and by the end, you feel like you've seen everything (and some things you wish you could unsee). Mad Foxes is an unforgettable, highly entertaining piece of trash. And I hope your children never see it.