Venue/Location: Hollywood Theater, 4122 N.E. Sandy Blvd, Phone: 503-493-1128
Date: Tuesday, July 3, 2012 - 7:30 PM
B-Movie Bingo: Stone Cold
In celebration B-Movie Bingo's 1-Year Anniversary, we present STONE COLD, the most Bingo-worthy movie we've found so far, with an incredible 50 bingo squares!
B-MOVIE BINGO is a game that is exactly like it sounds — OR MORE. It’s simple–we play bingo to the most awesome movie cliches ever committed to celluloid, like: “LONG BORING SCENE OR MALE PONY TALE”, “TEAMED UP WITH ROOKIE OR ANIMAL”, and “WHITE SUIT OR TROPICAL ENDING”. For maybe the first time in a theatre, see the relatives and employees of A-list actors you know and love like Sylvester Stallone, whose brother bears a remarkable resemblance to him. Compete for prizes! Yell at your fellow movie nerds over the elusive and mysterious “BLANK SQUARE”! Relax: it’s B-MOVIE BINGO.
STONE COLD (1991) stars Brian “The Boz” Bosworth, an often-injured former NFL player who transitioned into acting in the early 90s, and who later transitioned into real estate brokerage. In his first movie role "The Boz" plays Joe Huff, an often-suspended cop (he begins the film suspended from the force, feeding his huge pet monitor lizard) who finds himself blackmailed into going undercover to infiltrate a biker gang suspected of killing priests and dealing drugs. The gang, known as The Brotherhood, is run by the merciless "Chains" (played by a scenery-chewing Lance Henriksen) who can't help but be curious about this lone blond beefcake who seemingly materialized out of nowhere to get the chance to "do some crimes". Once inside the biker gang, we get lots of fun scenes of bikers beating the hell out of each other. The best feature the psychotic "Ice" (an insane, constantly silhouetted by explosions William Forsythe), namely one in which he and another biker attempt to shoot beer cans off each other's shoulders. Ice breaks out a machine gun... and everyone loved it. This is a no-nonsense, fun and violent movie. As "The Boz" would say, "Be yourself or be dead." Directed by Craig R. Baxley.