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TheDuke

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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #90 on: 14 Sep 2011 - 13:11 »

Here's all the info about the next Duke

The Duke Mitchell Film Club Presents: Turkish Grindhouse Night

Wednesday 28th September - Doors at 7PM Films Start at 8PM

Kings Cross Social Club, London

As the Scala Forever continues to thunderball across London, come join The Duke for the its' final participating event!

On September the 28th, The Duke celebrates the pioneering spirit of the Scala by bringing together a night of Turkish Grindhouse never-before-seen on these shores.

Yes, folks, this one-time-only night features trailers, shorts, feature and other assorted bits lovingly subtitled by The Duke's resident Turkish maestro - come and encounter a rare glimpse of the strange cult-heart of cinema from this weird and wondrous land. This is your chance to meet the famous Mr. Cuneyt Arkin who is the embodiment of the Turkish action hero and whose fantastic 'Death Warrior' combines, ninjas, violence AND The Evil Dead and still manages to make no sense!

As usual our poster gallery and music will reflect the best of Turkish Grindhouse cinema, our quiz will be Turkified and even the atmosphere will be crackling with Mediterranean hospitality and best of all , as always, The Duke offers you this once-in-a lifetime experience absolutely free!

So come on down to The Duke on Wednesday September 28th and discover your inner Turk!

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=246331585410191
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TheDuke

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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #91 on: 11 Oct 2011 - 11:25 »

It's Halloween and here's the info about The Duke's 5th Annual Hallowen Night:

The Duke Mitchell Film Club Presents: Halloween Horrors Night

Wednesday 26th October - Doors at 7PM Films Start at 8PM

FREE ENTRY!

Kings Cross Social Club, London

It's that time of the year again when nights get longer, days get darker and all though ghouls and ghosts come out to play...yes October can only mean one thing: Halloween.

And as ever The Duke has prepared an evening of chilling delights which will send you home looking over your shoulders. Our main event is the most frightful selection of shorts by our resident horror hound, Mr. Evrim Ersoy - he has spent the last year finding the most extreme, brilliant, upsetting, scary and wonderful horror shorts you can ever imagine and he's going to unleash them on this very special night!

We'll also have our usual extras: a blood-curdling Trailer Trash designed to put the scares on you, some frightening music to get you in the mood, a diabolical quiz , our usual gallery of visual horrors and much, much more.

So come October 26th if you need to get into the Halloween spirit, there's only one destination you will head for: The Duke Mitchell Film Club.

Here's the event page on facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=281713841853371
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TheDuke

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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #92 on: 09 Nov 2011 - 11:00 »

The Duke never stops! Here's all the info about our upcoming Daredevil Night:

Here's the facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=283928058305452

The Duke Mitchell Film Club Presents: Daredevil Night

Wednesday 30th November - Doors at 7PM Films Start at 8PM

Get ready for a night of big cars, big stunts and big hair as The Duke pays tribute to the world of Daredevil Stuntmen!

Tonight we’re going to introduce you to Ken Carter aka The Mad Canadian, a man who wanted to become immortal in the stunt world by jumping a rocket powered car from Canada to the USA over the St. Lawrence River – a distance of one mile!

To find out if he succeeds, and for all the behind the scenes action, The Duke is bringing you the amazing documentary “The Devil At Your Heels” (1981) which shows you all the drama that took place in the run up to his incredible attempt. Does he do the jump? Will it ever stop raining? How does it all end? You’ll have to come along on the night to find out!

We’ll also have all our regular features: Trailer Trash, short film, great music, quiz with prizes and much more – all with a Daredevil twist!

FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY!
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TheDuke

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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #93 on: 05 Dec 2011 - 12:51 »

Here's the info on the final Duke night of 2011:

Here's the facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/126636094114965/

The Duke Mitchell Film Club Presents: Christmas Horror Night

Tuesday 13th December - Doors at 7PM Films Start at 8PM

It’s the season to be jolly and what better way to find that mirth than with The Duke?

Yes for the fifth year running The Duke has made a list to see who is naughty and nice: and he’s ready to fill everyone’s stockings up with Yule-tide goodies!

Our film this year is a rather forgotten Christmas Horror – leave behind all your expectations as this is one oddity that will surely please – ‘The Oracle’ from 1985 has everything Christmas needs: evil spirits, murderous rampages, violence, perversion and even a pine tree or two!

We’ve also got a whole slew of new trailers dedicated to everything Christmas, a Christmas short that’s sure to put a seasonal chill in your heart and all the Christmas music you can handle!

So leave the shopping crowds behind and come on down to the Duke on the 13th December for a Christmas night like you’ve never experienced before!

FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY!
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TheDuke

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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #94 on: 04 Jan 2012 - 11:48 »

Hi everyone, here's the info about the first Duke Night of 2012!

The Duke Mitchell Film Club Presents: Paranormal Documentaries Night

The King's Cross Social Club, 2 Britannia Street, Kings Cross, WC1X 9JE

Wednesday 25th January - Doors at 7PM Films Start at 8PM FREE ENTRY!

The Duke starts of 2012 in our typically obscure style with a night dedicated to the strange, bizarre and hugely entertaining Paranormal Documentaries that were all the rage in the late 1970s and early 1980s. These quasi-documentaries are packed with bad re-enactments, questionable witnesses and a cavalier disregard for facts, which makes them perfect for the first Duke night of the year!

Our main feature for the evening is the 1982 documentary “The Jupiter Menace”, in which Duke favourite George Kennedy is our guide through a weird landscape that’s packed with religious re-enactments, strange vector computer graphics and a wild and completely over-the-top 70s Moog synthesiser score. It’s a must see!

We’ll also have all our regular supporting features, including Trailer Trash, a short film, quiz, great music and much more, all with a Paranormal theme. So come along to the first Duke of 2012 and find out if we’re all going to die in 1982!

Here's the facebook event invite: http://www.facebook.com/events/217706351649083/
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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #95 on: 04 Jan 2012 - 12:09 »

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TheDuke

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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #96 on: 10 Jan 2012 - 13:25 »

Yes we were surprised to be in there as well, Time Out have always been really good in supporting the night, featuring it in the mag on online like that.
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« Reply #97 on: 08 Feb 2012 - 16:17 »

The Duke returns on Wednesday 22nd February:

Facebook event http://www.facebook.com/events/338379086197015/

Prepare to experience a one-of-a kind journey for the first time ANYWHERE in London.

To combat the vicious weather, The Duke strikes back with a night dedicated to THE Superstar of South Indian cinema.

A unique combination of bona fide action star and matinee idol, Rajinikanth is the biggest name ever to emerge from Tamil cinema: his films have been known to play 800 consecutive days to full houses not only in India but all over the world.

By way of an introduction, The Duke has picked his craziest, most action packed film: wall-to-wall fights, crazy stunts, outrageous fashions and unbelievable sets including a revolving disco! To top all that the films’ plot is the amalgamation of EVERY BRUCE LEE FILM EVER MADE!

If that wasn't enough we also have the choicest cuts of Indian psychedelia, Indian Grindhouse trailers of an unimaginable kind and a quiz with prizes!
Most important of all it's absolutely FREE!

So pull up a chair on the 22nd February and meet The Duke for this rare event!

FREE –FREE – FREE – FREE – FREE – FREE – FREE - FREE

DOORS OPEN: 19.00

SHOW COMMENCES: 19.45

Please note that The Duke will commence at 19.45 instead of the usual 20.00 starting time.
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TheDuke

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Re: Duke Mitchell Film Club - Cult Movie Night
« Reply #98 on: 07 Mar 2012 - 14:56 »

The Duke returns on Wednesday 28th March:

Here’s the facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/183098651804031/

One of the true Duke traditions and perhaps our most entertaining night, The Early April Fools Night, returns in 2012 with a vengeance.

So far we introduced you to the wonders of Tommy Wiseau and The Room; gave you the joys of Sam Mraovich and Ben & Arthur but this time around The Duke has something much , much more brilliant in store.

Meet Nick Millard – filmmaker extraordinaire! A man whose body of work defies categorization, defies definition and even defies taste.

For one night only, The Duke will be bringing you not one but TWO of Millard’s amazing films: the incredible “The Terrorists” and the action epic “.357 Magnum”. Guaranteed to put a grin on your face for all the wrong reasons, these two wonders of low-budget cinema will make you question the very fabric of film. When we say you’ve seen NOTHING like this before, we’re truly not exaggerating.

But of course that’s not all! Our Trailer Master has a collection of terrible trailers for you which have been A YEAR IN THE MAKING! Plus you’ll have some awful music and a fantastically awful quiz with the worst prizes we can possibly find.

So come on down on the Wednesday 28th March and meet a filmmaker who’s ripe for cult re-discovery and a true Duke hero!

And as always, The Duke is absolutely, positively, completely FREE!
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TheDuke

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« Reply #99 on: 11 Apr 2012 - 13:04 »

Here's the info on the next Duke event - Krimi Night - Wednesday 25th April

First strains of spring brings to The Duke an air of mystery and murder! Yes , April is the month when The Duke has decided to expose that mostunderrated of genres: the Krimi!

Simultaenously the forerunner to Giallo and the predecessor of British B mysteries, these fantastic pulp films were a joy to behold: from weird shooting techniques to amazing sets to mind-boggling pace, it's an absolute wonder that they have been laying dormant and unappreciated for so long!

So to introduce you to the genre. The Duke has chosen what might be the craziest, most brilliant krimi of them all: The Door With The Seven Locks! This 1962 West German production based on a novel by the father of genre EDGAR WALLACE not only has everything from locked room mysteries to an early appearance by Klaus Kinski but also boasts the honor of having 5 twists in the last 6 minutes! Put that in your hat and smoke it !

But if that was all, it would not be The Duke. Our Trailer King has been working through the Duke archives, unearthing the most precious gems whilst our Krimi soundtrack with its groovy beats, our rare poster gallery, our short with a twist and of course the magnificient prize-filled quiz will all be making a welcome appearance at what is sure to be one of our most unusual and brilliant nights ever!

So put on your fedora and head on down to the The Duke on the 25th April as you will never experience anything like it!
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« Reply #100 on: 11 May 2012 - 12:50 »

Here's the info about the next Duke Night - Unseen By The Duke Night

Wednesday 30th May

Abandoning the curatorial reigns for the first time ever, May sees The Duke up-the-stakes in what might be the most surprising, unusual and technically dangerous night he's devised. Ladies And Gentleman, The Duke Mitchell film club presents: Unseen By The Duke.

For one night only, The Duke will join the ranks of its' audience in trying to capture the magic of discovering cinema by dedicating an entire night to an array of goodies never before seen even by The Duke!

Our main feature is the completely forgotten 1978 special 'My Main Man From Stony Island ' a unique blend of R & B, social commentary and oodles of soul. We can't tell you much about the film except that the trailer was one of The Duke's most exciting discoveries and we can hardly wait to watch it!

This sense of adventurous daring does not stop there! Trailer ubermensch Alex Kidd has compiled the entire Trailer Trash this month based on the titles of the films! There could be disaster, hilarity, heartbreak or horror ahead and none of us will know until we turn up!

But the fun doesn't stop there! The Duke will also bring an array of unseen shorts, posters, music and of course, The Quiz to turn an ordinary evening into a night of entertainment!

So do not miss your chance to be part of this unique experiment and enter Duke-lore - come on down to The King's Cross Social Club on 30th May!
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« Reply #101 on: 12 Jun 2012 - 14:29 »

The Duke never stops, here's all the info about our next film night:

Yuen Clan Night - Taoism Drunkard

Wednesday 27th June 2012

Doors 7PM Films Start 8PM Ends 11PM

Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/319658161452858/

FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY!

Come and join The Duke as we pay tribute to Asia’s number one fight family: The Yuen Clan. Lead by director/actor Yuen Wo-ping (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) and starring his brother’s this incredible selection of multi-talented actors/choreographers produced a series of increasingly bizarre and hugely entertaining martial arts films throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s.

Tonight we bring you their most brain-melting over-the-top LSD influenced film: Taoism Drunkard (1984)

Don’t bother trying to follow the plot in this one, it’s so packed with bizarre events, ridiculous action, laughing bad guys and crazy situations that it’s best to just sit back and let it all wash over you. All this and you’ll meet the legendary Watermelon Monster in all its insane glory!

We’ll also have all our regular features including Trailer Trash, short films, great music, a quiz and much more, all with a Yuen Clan theme. So come along for this introduction to the unstoppable Yuen Clan and preparer to enter a world unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
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TheDuke

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« Reply #102 on: 03 Jul 2012 - 12:09 »

We're back much earlier than normal this month, Wednsday 18th June.

Here's the link to the facebook event page with all the venue details: http://www.facebook.com/events/489134254435308/

Triad Night - Burning Ambition

Wednesday 18th July 2012

Doors 7PM Films Start 8PM Ends 11PM

FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY!

The Duke's of Asian Summer continues this July with a blistering , never-before-seen action film: a title so brilliantly bonkers and yet so
unknown that it's sure to mesmerise the audience.

'Triad' films have a huge place in Hong Kong cinema - just like their U.S. counterparts, they focus on the inner-workings of this mysterious yet alluring organisation, often showing the conflict between humane individuals and a violent enviroment. The 1989 example 'Burning Ambition' is without doubt one of the best of the genre: an adult storyline wrapped in ever-increasingly brutal fight pieces. When we say this will make you rub your eyes in disbelief, we're not kidding!

But that's not all: The Duke will also present a Triad trailer trash, a short slot exploring some crazy moves from Hong Kong, posters, music, our always popular quiz and much, much more AND as always it's all FREE!

So put on your sharpest suit, make sure you're not double-crossed and make your way down to 'The Duke' on Wednesday 18th July.

FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY! FREE ENTRY!
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« Reply #103 on: 10 Sep 2012 - 13:17 »

Here's the info about our next Duke event: 16MM Night

Facebook event page http://www.facebook.com/events/106553952831397/

16MM Night - Wednesday 26th September - Kings Cross Social Club - FREE ENTRY!

Here at The Duke HQ we have had a dream for a while: to spend an entire evening in the company of reels of film, shown from an old-school projector, transforming our little space into a true cinema.
 
And now that dream can come true.

 
For the past year or so The Duke has been feverishly collecting reels of 16MM film: from all over the world, containing anything and everything you can imagine – and now the time has come for us to unleash upon you our best curated bits!
 
In true Duke fashion we’re reluctant to reveal the actual details of the programme: suffice it to say there’ll be no feature - instead we’ll have reels and reels of 16MM goodness: shorts, trailers, adverts, promotional videos, sex, violence, pub etiquette– and there’s even a rumour that a childhood friend may come visiting from deepest, darkest Peru.
 
So on September 26th, leave the clean, crips precision of the multiplex behind and let The Duke take you on a cinematic journey through hiss, crackle and grain of the wonderful world of film.
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