Saturday, September 10, 2011

FdL Presents: SHOWGIRLS- The Peaches Christ Experience: PDX Edition.

"We're all whores, darlin'...we take the cash, we cash the check, we show 'em what they wanna see..."

For one night only Fleur de Lethal Cinematheque welcomes SF's Midnight Movie Maven PEACHES CHRIST
for the Portland edition of her legendary interactive, heckle-a-long screening of "SHOWGIRLS" Sept. 17th at The Mission Theater.

This tale of back stabbing, nail painting, pole licking ambition pits the driven Nomi Malone ( Elizabeth Berkley)
against leading lady Cristal Connors (Gina Gershon) in a competition for top billing, power and Zack Carey ( a very SLEAZY Kyle MacLachlan)

As if this wasn't enough, Peaches Christ brings with her the legendary Midnight Mass pre-show full of lap dances ( free with every large popcorn!) drag performances,fierce tackiness,a Nomi vs. Cristal costume contest and your chance to compete in the ULTIMATE Nomi-thon.

Ultimate Nomi-thon, is this true? What say you,Fleur de Lethal?
YES! It is true!
Brave contestants can compete in our 5 level obstacle course that includes
pulling switchblades, "angry fries", floor thrusts, lip gloss application and lap dancing
*sabotage and interference will be entirely encouraged.
The winner will be crowned "Goddess" for the night and win a gift basket of Showgirl worthy prizes!

For more information about our guest star Peaches Christ please visit

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"SHOWGIRLS": The PEACHES CHRIST Experience! *PDX Edition
Saturday September 17th,2011
The Mission Theater
1624 Northwest Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97209
10:00 Doors
10:15 Preshow starring Peaches Christ w/ Chi Chi & Chonga and Carla Rossi
11:00 "Showgirls"

Buy tickets in advance and avoid the line! click HERE


32 years before we knew of "GTL"," DTF" and" T Shirt Time" on The Jersey Shore
Tony Manero and his buddies made their mark as the O.G.'s ( Original Guido's) of the club scene in NYC.

Too often Saturday Night Fever has been too often been dismissed as a " corny dance movie".

This snapshot of NYC circa 1977 goes far beyond the disco dance floor and explores racial stigmas,urban living,the sexual revolution,family dynamics and social mores set to an unforgettable soundtrack by The Brothers Gibb

Come cheer for and cry with Tony Manero as he struggles with his desire to break free of the pressures and expectations of the people around him and maybe, just maybe make something out of himself.

Thursday Sept.15th, 2011
The Bagdad Theater
Doors@ 8 Film @ 9
5.00/21+ w/i.d.