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POX : Quit Your Screamin’ and Start Streamin’!

Listen up! ‘Cause in case you haven’t heard . . . The movie POX

Written and directed by the wildly talented, wicked creative, and impressively prolific Lisa Stockton-Wilson — perhaps better known to the masses as singer / song-writer / musician / thespian / all-around Uh-Huh, Don’t-You-Wish-You-Were-Her phenomenonicon Miss Lisa Hammer

can be obtained for the “I Mean ; I Can’t Even” section of your DVD collection.

However, for those of you more on the instant gratification tip? The film is also available for streaming, by way of the almighty TLA Video.

This already-cult classic [ as in, like: Seriously, Mary . . . Where Have You Been? ] stars the inimitable Alizarinkryz as none other than POX himself.

In addition to our fearless cult leader, a slew of other luminaries appear in this cinematic delight — including :

Who? The dude from Gregg Araki‘s ever-incandescent, Thrill Kill Kult samplin’, endless-source-of-one-liners The Doom Generation? As in : That movie with Rose McGowan so white hot in her role as Amy Blue that you either wanted to be her or be with her or what-the-fuck-ever / I-can’t-even-relate-to-you, and Parker Posey‘s best cameo appearance probably, oh, ever, and of course Margaret Cho also shows because we’ve known she’s way fucking cool since long before your newbie ass was schooled how obnoxious it is for one to refer to himself by the majestic plural “we”? And uh-huh, dark-sider with so much erudite goth damage I bet even your toilet paper and tissue is pitch-hued : even and especially I’m looking at you when I reference how cEvin Key from Skinny Puppy fractured his knee during filming?

gif, animated gif, POX, Lisa Hammer, Alizarinkryz, Kim Helms

Yes. Yes, that James Duval.

And nope, the omission of Frank the Rabbit and Donnie Darko from my truncated ramble was neither oversight nor indication aforementioned title is not also chamber-tombed to my heart [for it is! It is : and how] but rather a reminder that fucking OATH, my beloved Bloggination! There’s a topic of much greater import to which I’m attempting to tend!

So, um. That being said? The film also features . . .

Kimberly Dzwonkowski, a.k.a. Kim Helms, whose performance is so effing g-damn genius; it’s full-on intracranial hemorrhage territory.

Levi Wilson, as the suicide punch meister of your masturbatory fantasies,

Sue Fletcher, as the neurotic loyal devoteé who deems herself “Mrs. POX.” [ And rightly so! ]

Do not, however, mistake her — or rather : her character, totes and obvs — for a groupie. If the subtitled still frame hovering above this cluster of text doesn’t clarify the distinction, then honey : I don’t know what to tell you . . . [ A simple suggestion, perhaps? Two words : Life Alert. Pleazh is all mine, Bee Tee Doubs ]

Incidentally, well aware I’m giving Generous in the screen cap department, though rest assured that it’s been anything but mad cazh or madly random. Au contraire, the act is one of scrupulous selection — of painstaking deliberation — by which I attempt to illustrate the gravitas of the sitch, bitch. Said another way? This film tackles some serious territory. That’s “serious” with implied italics. You feelin’ me?

And the atmosphere? Oh, how it delivers. Yes!

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Put On Your Finest Gore Couture for “ALL ABOUT EVIL: The Peaches Christ Experience In 4-D!”

Saturday, July 10th     †     2010      †      The Vista Theatre
This Is Ain’t Your Standard Midnight Screening, MoFos… This Is Peaches Christ
Serving Southern California A Serious Dose of Correctness Uninterruptus

»  With A Spine-Snap Twist  «

All About Evil is Joshua “Peaches” Grannell‘s First Written-&-Directed-By Feature
(And It’s Bloody Brilliant!)

experience. this. Tour de Fierce!

Peaches Christ, Thomas DekkerLook out! Your town is next!

Peaches Christ Productions and The Vista Theatre are proud to announce the special Los Angeles engagement of “ALL ABOUT EVIL: The Peaches Christ Experience in 4-D” on July 10, 2010 at The Vista Theatre, located in the city’s beautiful Silverlake District.

Directed by Joshua Grannell, the alter-ego of San Francisco drag sensation Peaches Christ, this very special event will include a pre-film “spooktacular” hosted by Peaches Christ herself, and feature a live performance by EVIL star Thomas Dekker, from the recent Nightmare on Elm Street remake, with his back-up group “The EVIL kids”: All About Evil co-stars Jade & Nikita Ramsey, Ashley Fink, and Anthony Fitzgerald.

So LOS ANGELES! Get Ready to Satiate Your Midnight Movie Appetite!

Elvira, Mistress of the DarkPart of the 4-D experience includes a very special guest appearance and pre-show interview with Cassandra Peterson (Elvria, Mistress of the Dark), as well as an audience Q&A.

Fresh from the roaring successes of its World Premiere in San Francisco, as well as a sold-out screening in Austin, TX last month at the famed Alamo Drafthouse, All About Evil, and in particular the Peaches Christ Experience in 4-D, is fast becoming the show to see this summer. A cast of ghouls! William Castle-styled hi-jinks! Flat-out EVIL fun!

Natasha LyonneDon’t miss this chance to see the film as it’s meant to be seen! In Four Frightening Dimensions!

Additionally, Peaches Christ also strongly encourages audience members to be creative, have fun, and dress up in their finest “gore couture!”

Missing limbs? That’s alright – Peaches believes that less is more when it comes to the gore, couture that is. Is your fierce, new shirt all blood-stained? Don’t fret, Peaches’ believes you should be proud of your day’s messy work. Everything goes better with horror!

Deranged Divas! Brainwashed Back-up Dancers! Wasp Women! Vampires! Deformed Nuclear Fallout Survivors! (Yes, you read that correctly…) This show runs the gamut from Aliens to Zombies.

drag queensAside from the Guignol Grand Dame emcee and guide through this evening of violence, Peaches Christ, the show’s Midnight Mass Players include the dark, demented talents of Trixxie Carr (right), PJ Soulless, Tan-Gyna, Hugz Bunny, Lil’ Evie, L. Ron Hubby (below), Lady Bear, Mad Magda & MORE!!

It will be a night to dismember, and you won’t want to miss being at the beautiful, historic Vista Theatre so you can say you were there to be an actual part of the gorgeous EVIL

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peaches christ, joshua grannellSaturday, July 10th, 2010

The Vista Theatre

4473 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Tickets: $15 Show time: Midnight

Advance tickets readily available for you at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/113708

Interact with Peaches Christ on her official Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/peacheschrist

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