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Saturday, November 25, 2023

One Week From Today: The 31st Anniversary KFJC Psychotronix Film Festival

On Saturday December 2 of 2023, the KFJC Psychotronix Film Festival returns to Foothill College's Room 5015 with an indescribable blend of outrageous, hilarious, bizarre and fun forgotten (sometimes justifiably) footage.

That means B-movie trailers, 1930's cartoons, vintage movie theatre "snack bar" ads, Scopitones, Soundies and kidvid gone wrong, terribly wrong.

Personally, I will be more than ready for the "and now for something completely different - and now here's something completely different from what you just watched" philosophy that the KFJC Psychotronix Film Festival is all about. Never, ever know just what reels my co-conspirator archivists Sci Fi Bob Ekman and Scott Moon will bring to the show - and that's the way I like it! The Psychotronix dream team - Robert Emmett of KFJC, Sci Fi Bob, Scott and, presenting the always epic display of one sheets and lobby cards, Gary "The Poster King" Hascall - is back!

When: Saturday, December 2, 2023 at 7:00 PM
Where: Room 5015, Foothill College campus
12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills (El Monte exit off 280)

Why: We like cheesy movies.
How Much? $5 Donation Benefits KFJC.
Parking: Lot #5
Public Transit: Cal Train and VTA
Info: Foothill College Transportation & Parking.

Note: some combination of the fellas who bring you Psychotronix will be on KFJC Monday evening on Thoughtline with Robert Emmett, starting at 6:00 p.m. PST.

A week after the Foothill College show, the crew will be back at the Orinda Theatre for a Christmas show. Now where the heck did I put that 16mm print of HOWDY DOODY'S CHRISTMAS?

31 years have passed since the first Psychotronix Film Festival - and we're amazed, thrilled and delighted to still be doing this. This Blogmeister shall return to his former stomping grounds, the San Francisco Bay Area, for another opportunity to put on, as the great impressionist Will Jordan would say, "a rilllllllly big shoe" - and be one of Foothill College's visiting professors!

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