1980 / 90 min. /
Director: Menahem Golan
Cast: Catherine Mary Stewart, George Gilmour, Grace Kennedy

Retropath: THE APPLE

This summer Retropath! takes you back to 1980, serving up all the disco and dancing you can handle! See Cannon’s The Apple (1980) this June, the Village People in Can’t Stop the Music (1980) this July, and Olivia Newton-John singing ELO in Xanadu (1980) this August!

“Hey hey hey, BIM’s on the way! Thoroughly rogueish futuristic disco musical/religious allegory from Cannon Films. There’s never been a movie even remotely like this and I wouldn’t bet on one being made in the future. A young couple, Bibi and Alphie from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan come to the big city to make it big in show business only to fall into the clutches of the satanic Mr. Boogolow, who runs a giant music conglomorate called Boogolow International Music (BIM) that’s roughly as powerful as the Military-Industrial Complex. Bibi becomes a star and takes Satan’s drugs but eventually Alphie musters the forces of Jesus to defeat BIM. With huge, shiny musical numbers that you won’t believe you’re seeing, including one in Hell, with dog-headed musclemen and vampires dancing around Satan’s throne. Non-missable.” (Alamo Drafthouse)

Our screenings would be nothing without our freaky sponsors, The Beguiling and Eyesore Cinema!

Upcoming Screenings:

None Currently Scheduled