Grab some of your fellow trivia lovers, sign up to six team members, and flex your brain muscle as we grill you through six challenging rounds of trivia! The topics will vary (slightly), but will be almost entirely entertainment industry-based! Sign up your team in the form below. Participation is free, but we do need you and your team to RSVP!
1) Doors open at 7pm, and we'll aim to start trivia promptly at 7:30pm. Please give yourself time to make your food and drink purchases before start time!
2) You do not talk about Fight Club.
3) When we are in rounds, cell phones must be put away.
4) We will be utilizing the big screen for some of the rounds, so bring your glasses if ya need 'em!
5) Correct spelling on the answer sheets is not required — but legibility is!
6) We'll have clipboards for your teams — please select the most legible writer in your group!
7) Unless otherwise specified, we are looking for full titles if the answer is a sequel (i.e., “Harry Potter Part 2” or “Friday the 13th Part 7” would not count…)
8) Shhh! As you discuss with your team, keep your voice down so another team doesn't hear your answer!
9) If you must use your cell phone for a call, leave the group and make your call in the lobby. You will not be able to rejoin your group until the next round.
10) In the event of a tie, tying teams will go into a Sudden Death speed round!
Winning team gets Frida Cinema film and concession passes!
See you at Trivia Night!
In quaint Norman Rockwell-esque town Kingston Falls at Christmastime, inventor (Hoyt Axton) purchases a cute, fuzzy little Mogwai from a Chinatown shopkeeper's grandson, who dispenses the above-mentioned warning before closing the deal. He brings the creature home to his son Billy (Galligan), a bank clerk who crushes on his co-worker Kate (Phoebe Cates), and who quickly develops a bond with his strange new pet, who he names Gizmo. But what happens when Gizmo gets wet? And even worse – what happens when you feed a Mogwai after midnight?
Featuring a delicate balance between family-friendly whimsy and nightmarish terror that few could pull off, Gremlins has become a Christmas movie-viewing tradition for many who grew up in the 80's.
There will also be a special holiday pop-up merch booth featuring Cadillac Tramps merchandise not available anywhere else!
Featuring a special sneak peak of the teaser for forthcoming documentary Where The County Line Ends: The Evolution of Orange County Punk!. Also, prior to the screening there will be a special introduction of the documentary by Writer/Director Jamie Sims Coakley, and Cadillac Tramps' Brian Coakley.
Please click on showtimes to purchase tickets.
If you took a shot of whiskey for every Christmas reference offered by Die Hard (Ho Ho Ho Now I Have A Machine Gun, the music, the decorations…), you'd be hammered by the time Bruce Willis' New York cop John McClane first catches on that all is not well at his ex-wife's L.A. company Christmas party. It seems a group of terrorists (or are they?) have crashed the high-rise festivities, heavily armed and led by suave Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), and they have no intention of letting anyone leave the building alive. What's a gung-ho, John Wayne-quoting lone gunman to do?
Featuring memorable performances by Reginald VelJohnson, Bonnie Bedelia, and Hart Bochner, Die Hard is just about as perfect an action movie as the 80's had to offer.
A concert film documenting Talking Heads at the height of their popularity, on tour for their 1983 album "Speaking in Tongues." The band takes the stage one by one and is joined by a cadre of guest musicians for a career-spanning and cinematic performance that features creative choreography and visuals.
Featuring masterful performances by David Byrne and photography by Jordan Cronenweth (Blade Runner), Stop Making Sense is the concert experience at its most colorful and life-affirming.
Seymour Krelborn (Rick Moranis) is a nerdy orphan working at Mushnik's, a flower shop in urban Skid Row. He harbors a crush on fellow co-worker Audrey Fulquard (Ellen Greene), and is berated by Mr. Mushnik (Vincent Gardenia) daily. One day Seymour finds a very mysterious unidentified plant which he calls Audrey II (Levi Stubbs). The plant seems to have a craving for blood and soon begins to sing for his supper.
Celebrated for its musical sequences and genre-mashing, Little Shop of Horrors never fails to feed audiences the laughs and frights they crave.
During their travel from Chicago to New York, Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) debate whether or not sex ruins a friendship between a man and a woman. Eleven years later, and they're still no closer to finding the answer.
Praised for its screenplay by Nora Ephron, When Harry Met Sally... remains one of the most potently timeless romantic comedies.
When teenage Priscilla Beaulieu (Cailee Spaeny) meets Elvis Presley (Jacob Elordi) at a party, the man who is already a meteoric rock-and-roll superstar becomes someone entirely unexpected in private moments: a thrilling crush, an ally in loneliness, a vulnerable best friend.
Coppola's latest promises an atmospheric, unflinching look into one of the most taboo relationships in music history.
When a young boy's family is killed by the mob, their tough neighbor Gloria (Gena Rowlands) becomes his reluctant guardian. In possession of a book that the gangsters want, the pair go on the run all throughout New York.
Praised for its thrills and galvanizing star performance by Rowlands, Gloria finds Cassavetes as his pulpiest and loosest.