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Friday the 13th Part III 3D BINGO w/ Violet Hex

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  • Fri, Aug 23

Run Time: 95 min.

Doors at 6:30 p.m.; Event at 7 p.m. Tickets $15.
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THE EXPERIENCE

Adult summer camp continues, this time at Crystal Lake, in 3D! We’ll provide the anaglyph 3D glasses at the door. Get ready for a spooky bingo night with Violet Hex!

ON SCREEN: Friday the 13th Part III (in anaglyph 3D!)

1982. Directed by Steve Miner. Runtime: 95 minutes. Rated R.

The third installment in the Friday the 13th series picks up on the day after the carnage with homicidal maniac Jason Voorhees (Richard Brooker) stealing some clothes and killing a local store owner. Meanwhile, Chris (Dana Kimmell) and her sometimes boyfriend, Rick (Paul Kratka), are hosting a group of teenage friends at Chris’ lake house. Despite a run-in with a local biker gang, they enjoy an amiable weekend together — that is, until Jason begins knocking off kids and bikers alike.

ON STAGE: Violet Hex

Violet Hex is a maximalist drag starlet, DJ, cult cinema programmer, and a staple of Portland’s queer nightlife scene. Violet is known best for her larger-than-life drag performances and dramatic fashions, as well as for her work in Portland presenting queer celebrations of cult cinema throughout the decades. Living at the intersection of punk and disco, Violet Hex has opened for/collaborated with legends such as John Waters, Lady Miss Kier, Jinkx Monsoon, Susanne Bartsch, and Peaches Christ.

 

 

 

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