SUPER-8 JOHN BELUSHI MOVIE MADNESS at The Way Out Club in St. Louis this Tuesday
John Belushi was an actor and comedian, one of the first performers on “Saturday Night Live” and one half of the Blues Brothers. But you knew that! We’ll be celebrating his life and career Tuesday March 5th at The Way Out Club with SUPER-8 JOHN BELUSHI MOVIE MADNESS ! We’ll be showing, in the Super-8 Sound format projected on a big screen, the late, rotund comedian’s three best films: ANIMAL HOUSE, THE BLUES BROTHERS, and Steven Spielberg’s 1941. All three of these films are special jumbo-sized, two-reel, 35-minute cuts. That’s 105 minutes of manic Belushi madness!
In addition to the Belushi films, we’ll be showing (in condensed format – average length: 15 minutes) THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, The Three Stooges in SWEET PIE AND PIE, Charles Bronson in HARD TIMES, SPIDERMAN (the ‘60’s cartoon), PHANTASM, The Love Bug in HERBIE RIDES AGAIN, NIGHT OF THE BLOOD BEAST, and KONGA.
Cover charge is a mere $3. The show begins at 8pm. We’ll have John Belushi trivia with prizes and, as usual, there will be lots of posters and T-Shirts and stuff given away. The Way Out Club is located at 2525 Jefferson Avenue in South St. Louis (corner of Jefferson and Gravois). There are yummy Way-Out pizzas available.
The Facebook event invite can be found HERE