18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.
Undocumented is the one of the best horror films to be released in a long time. The film, which played at Fantastic Fest ’10, will leave you shaking and feeling exhausted. Scott Mechlowicz, Alona Tal, Greg Serano and Kevin Weisman star as a group of grad students working on a documentary about illegal immigrants. Deciding to follow a group as they cross the border, the students find themselves up a certain creek without a paddle when the entire group — immigrants and students — are kidnapped by a gang of border vigilantes lead by Z, a masked psychopath played by Peter Stormare in a career-best performance.
Director Chris Peckover has made an outstanding horror film. As if it were building a basement to keep kidnapped children, UNDOCUMENTED slowly constructs a thick wall of dread — locking audiences in a dark, constrained sense of ill ease with every new terror that Z unleashes upon his victims. UNDOCUMENTED turns the illegal immigrant issue, always a hot topic in politics, into a movie so fierce and scary it’ll have you leaving nail marks on the palms of your hands. It does for border crossings what JAWS did for the ocean or HOSTEL did for East Europe.
Still time to join us for the FAST & THE FURIOUS MARATHON at Vintage. Six films. 12 hours of Vin Diesel growling: http://t.co/Dn4X6ji4ac
Tickets are going fast for next month's screening of THE LAST UNICORN with Peter S. Beagle in attendence - http://t.co/UN748fmf89
Speaking of Video Hate Squad, join us for a subtitled screening of TURKISH STAR TREK tonight at Mason Park! - http://t.co/SvkcxVzZtA
Are you prepared for THE KILLING OF SATAN? Video Hate Squad! - http://t.co/hNGQ5xnRnM
Canadian sex comedy SCREWBALLS returns to the big screen for its 30th anniversary - http://t.co/dHZQHU2oNL