by Jim Nintzel
The Loft Film Fest continues today with all kinds of great picture shows, including an appearance by legendary director Roger Corman tonight.
The Range made it over to the Loft last night for the very first film projected on the new Screen 3. Peggy and her crew have done an astounding job of transforming the former auto-repair garage into a theatre with plush and comfy seats, stadium seating, and great design that incorporates elements of the old garage—including some old iron support beams that give it a nice, industrial look. A Liar's Autobiography, the Graham Chapman biopic, looked spectacular in 3D. Congrats, Peggy!
We also enjoyed the wonderful collection of Roger Corman trailers that were shown in the party tent outside. Here's our vote for a few encore screenings of those this weekend!
Lots more good stuff on tap, including Corman's World tonight, as well as Death Race 2000. For those interested in more cerebral fare, Wrong looks really great.
But that's just the tip of the cinematic iceberg. Check out the whole schedule here and get over to the Loft for a movie!