Party May 4th

Cocaine Bear

May 4

6 – 9 pm Party and Movie
Also showing May 3 @ 7
Rated 18A — 1 hr 30 min
Action / Horror / Comedy

Ebert reviews:” COCAINE BEAR is an incredible blast, especially if you have the benefit of seeing this insane horror/comedy/thriller with a packed crowd. The communal experience is essential. “Cocaine Bear” will bring people together. “Cocaine Bear” will save cinema!”

At the very least, it may save your Thursday night!!!

On Thursday night ONLY $20 gets you the movie, a special bevvie and an artisan cupcake as well as other Cocaine Bear inspired goodies

All age event +18A movie rating = under 18 must attend with adult.
Inspired by the 1985 true story of a drug runner’s plane crash, missing cocaine, and the black bear that ate it, this wild thriller finds an oddball group of cops, criminals, tourists and teens converging in a Georgia forest where a 500-pound apex predator has ingested a staggering amount of cocaine and gone on a coke-fueled rampage for more blow… and blood.

Cocaine Bear is a playful creature-feature about a rampaging beast high on drugs that is as daft as it is entertaining. A campy horror comedy in which an apex predator and a ragtag group of humans are exposed to several million dollars’ worth of class-A narcotics simultaneously, resulting in … Cocaine Bear.

It’s the mid-80s and up on Blood Mountain air-dropped duffle bags of drugs are snuffled by the bear, who then proceeds to eat everything and everyone. Billed as being “based on a true story”, Cocaine Bear is exactly what its title says it is. A bear does cocaine, and wreaks havoc on a park full of silly people, while Ray Liotta pushes his band of criminals to track down the missing cocaine.

Much of the joy of Cocaine Bear comes from the look of the creature itself, which is surprisingly high-tech for a cheesy, silly movie. She’s been brought to life through a motion capture performance by stuntman Allan Henry and CGI from the legendary New Zealand house Weta FX.

It may not be Grizzly Man meets Scarface, but it leaves Snakes on a Plane standing on the runway.

Rated +18A due to graphic violence,  strong drug content, and incessant swearing.


Elizabeth Banks

Keri Russell, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Christian Convery, Alden Ehrenreich, Brooklynn Prince, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Margo Martindale, and Ray Liotta.