Women of Troma Double Feature

Join Indievents, and Club David, Wednesday, March 16, for a Women of Troma Double Feature featuring their newest film B. C. Butcher and Lollilove.

At just 17 years-old, Kansas Bowling directed her debut film, "B.C. Butcher", which was shot entirely on 16 mm film. Billed as "the first prehistoric gyno-slasher movie", "B.C. Butcher" is a campy cave-sploitation horror-comedy. The story begins with an act of dissension by a member of an all female cave-tribe that leads to her sacrifice and mutilation by her fellow tribeswomen. When a beast of mythical lore uncovers the body he falls in love at first sight and what follows is his homicidal rampage to avenge the death of his corpse-bride. Starring, O.J. trial superstar Kato Kaelin as an ambiguously gay philandering cave-fop, featuring, Rodeny Bigenheimer, " The Mayor of Sunset Strip" and a performance by Los Angeles rock-n-roll group, "The Ugly Kids", " B.C. Butcher" is a superlative example of a well-crafted story set within the cinematic spirit of Troma tradition. The hit song "Alley-Oop", adds to the unique retro feelings of the film. Kansas Bowling is the first inductee into, "The Troma Institute for Gifted Youth."

"The flick may look and feel like the Troma we know and love, but it's also a whip-smart feminist text"- WickedHorror.com

"a very B-52's take on the classic slasher formula." -- Horror Society

"B. C. Butcher Is 100% Campy Bliss." -- iHorror

"a brilliant idea to combine a beach party film with a slasher set in prehistoric times." -- Slackjawpunks.com

Following the screening, director Kansas Bowling will join us via Skype for a live Q and A with the audience!

The film will be screened alongside another brilliantly crafted female directed Troma film, Lollilove, by star of smash television comedy show The Office and the upcoming new series, You, Me and the Apocalypse, Jenna Fischer. Lollilove, which was co-directed and co-written by director of Guardians of the Galaxy Volumes 1 & 2, James Gunn, is a satirical dark-comedy about a hipster California couple that attempt to make a difference in the lives of the homeless.

Each film is roughly an hour long and there will be a 10 minute intermission between the films.

The screening will be held at Club David in Sioux Falls on Wednesday, March 16, 2016, and will begin at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance and $12 at the door. You can purchase advance tickets at Club David, Zandbroz, The Last Stop CD Shop, or online at EventBrite (click button below).