Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Jedi Master's Quiz Book (1982)



Red Coat and Black Coat challenge themselves to some questions from 11 year old Rusty Miller's The Jedi Master's Quiz Book.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

The Blob (1988)



30 years after the release of Chuck Russell and Frank Darabont's re-make of THE BLOB, time has proven who the real Jell-O monster of the 1980s was.

The Blob plays with supporting feature Short Circuit 2 at the Can-View Drive-In during September 1988

Saturday, December 30, 2017

The Shining (1980)



Red Coat and Black Coat celebrate Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, the movie that pisses off Stephen King and is held together by a solid performance from Shelley Duvall.


Sunday, December 17, 2017

Like Father Like Son (1987), Vice Versa (1988), 18 Again! (1988)



During the late 1980's, there was a plague of body-switching movies. Red Coat Black Coat take a look at Kirk Cameron and Dudley Moore in Like Father Like Son, Judge Reinhold and Fred Savage in Vice Versa, and George Burns who's barely in 18 Again!


Like Father Like Son plays at the Can-View Drive-In in November of 1987

18 Again! plays as the supporting feature for The Wrong Guys at the Can-View Drive-In in May of 1988

Vice Versa plays as the supporting feature for The Karate Kid Part III at the Can-View Drive-In in June of 1989

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Bachelor Party (1984) Tom Hank's Dirty Movie


The beloved Tom Hanks stars in the 1984 raunchy sex comedy Bachelor Party, alongside hookers, porno flicks, and donkey shows.


Bachelor Party plays at the Can-View Drive-In's Holiday Marathon June 1984

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Perfect (1985)



Jamie Lee Curtis transitions from scream queen to sex symbol in 1985's Perfect, a goofy aerobics movie. Laraine Newman outshines John Travolta. Jann Wenner disgraces his own magazine for screen time.

Perfect plays at the Can-View Drive-In in June 1985, alongside Rambo, Richard Pryor, and Chevy Chase

Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Curse of the Werewolf (1961)



A bizarre opening sequence is the highlight of Hammer Film's first and only werewolf movie, starring Oliver Reed.