Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

July 28, 2016

July 28, 2016

7:00 pm To 8:23 pm

Royal Cinema, College Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

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$8

Event Description

Calling all nostalgia-freaks, horror hounds and celluloid junkies! Are you looking for the latest cinematic thrill? Retropath has you covered. Specializing in the most bizarre oddities to stumble onto the screen, this series is guaranteed to deliver the weirdest and wildest that cinema has to offer.

6:30 pm – Russ-extravaganza Pre-Show!

7:00 pm – Movie starts!

Billie, Rosie and Varla are the definition of wild and free: go-go dancing, racing their sports cars all along the Californian desert and generally just doing whatever the hell they want. In the midst of a high-speed game of chicken they meet a young couple named Tommy and Linda, and start a fight. Varla breaks Tommy’s neck, and then takes Linda hostage and continue on theirinsane journey across the desert. They stop at a small town gas-station, where they find a wheelchair-bound old man and his dim-witted son. Varla then hatches a scheme to rob the family, but everything becomes a little more difficult than expected…

Cinefreaks rejoice because everything your momma warned you about is coming to The Royal’s big screen! Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! is a masterwork in exploitation cinema, with knives, fast cars, hot babes, murder and mayhem galore. This rare screening of the Meyer’s classic is an ABSOLUTE must-see!

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