It's with great joy that I announce the next film, slated to run on September 11 at the Bing Crosby Theater: ANIMAL HOUSE. This 1978 film (which takes place somewhat inexplicably in 1962) taught us about unabashed partying, horse deconstruction, the song "Shout," John Belushi and the importance of spending at least eight years in college.
You voted for it and so that's what we'll be watching as you drink $3 pints from Orlison Brewing Company, the lager-specialized brewery formerly known as Golden Hills.
If you haven't been to a Suds and Cinema event yet, here's the skinny: We show a movie that you've probably already seen and serve you excellent local beer. I get up on the stage, talk about the beer with the brewers while drinking beer then ramble on at length about the importance of the selected film then let you watch it, yelling things at the screen, if you so choose. We take an intermission for refills, and then we watch the rest of the movies. Sometimes people get up and dance. Sometimes people smash printers. It's all a great time. Seriously.