Saw it tonight, the print was a bit faded (moreso than the various home video releases, including the Eurovista disc) but totally intact, and sure enough, the audio was out-of-sync for that last reel, but it somehow works for me given the film's flash-back/freeze-frame style.
Attendance was sparse-ish (BADAZZ MOFO's David Walker was there, probably the second U.S. 'zine critic after Steve Puchalski to write favorably about the film back in the 90's), and despite some respectfully quiet riffing, C9 really worked these folks over. Two choice quotes overheard: "The flashbacks were great, I just didn't understand them!" and "Well, THAT was uplifting!".
Also, the audio was CRANKED in the auditorium, which definitely made for a more oppressive viewing experience.
Later this month: DOCTOR BUTCHER, MD!