Were coy about it, says Dylan Otto Krider, who curated the screening. Toms theory is that everyone has this person they would have been if their life turned out differently. For Tom, that person is Hueso de Perro.
Tonight, Hueso applies his wrestling prowess to a love of under-the-radar bizarro cinema at his Bananelope Coffee, 1405 U.S. High-way 287 in Broomfield. Well show some really weird films, Krider says, from silent Super-8 classics to local shorts to something he calls machinema, where the filmmaker appropriates the visual component from video games. For example, he says, Theres one guy who does a Days of Our Lives/Resident Evil thing.
The fun starts tonight at 8 p.m.; admission runs $5 and includes a drink or ice cream. For more information, visit www.onesandzeros.webs.com or call 303-466-2170.
Fri., Oct. 15, 8 p.m., 2010