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May 1, 2017, Monday - Twin Cities Psychotronic May screening #1 at Grumpy's

Time: 9:00pm - 1:00pm

Location: Grumpy's Bar & Grill, 1111 Washington Ave S

Twin Cities Psychotronic May screening #1

TCPFS May Screening #1
Erling Stoehr is putting together the first screening of May for you!
Details to come!

The movie(s?)will be kept secret and the picture above does not reflect the choice.

WARNING: While we never aim to offend, we understand every viewer is different and the content of psychotronic films range from esoteric knock-off childrens films to exploitation containing assaults and extreme violence. It is always the programmers choice to reveal the content of their selection in advance.

Totally free !!!

Carrying on the proud tradition set forth by Psychotronic Film Societies around the globe by screening cult/weirdo/trash films for the locally like-minded.
All are invited to attend twice a month... for a full movie and whatever shorts or weird stuff we want to add on. Sometimes the film will be a surprise, other times it'll be announced ahead of time. Everyone who joins up can sign up to program future screenings. You become an official member after attending 2 screenings.

Anyone can contribute suggestions for future screenings, the calendar will be posted here monthly. And, the Psychotronic Film Society tradition of watching films while drinking will be preserved and encouraged.

The TCPFS is officially sanctioned by Brian Thomas, Propaganda Minister of the Sinister for Chicago's Psychotronic Film Society.

Read a history of the Psychotronic Film Society here: