Go to The Room!

Thursday night, the so-sucky-it's awesome cult film makes its Halifax debut.


Thursday night at the Khyber is the Halifax premiere of The Room, Tommy Wiseau's cult film, considered to be the "Citizen Kane of bad movies." If you want an amazing list of reasons why this film shouldn't be missed, check out the continuity section of the wikipedia page.

Apparently Wiseau discovered that the screening was happening at the Khyber and called there yesterday! The screening is listed on his website now, so all is legit.

The film starts at 8:30pm, $2 or admission by donation. Bring plastic forks to chuck at the screen—the film is interactive, like Rocky Horror.

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