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      Dumpster Raccoon Film Series: MORTAL KOMBAT (1995) in Toronto

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      February 16, 2019

      Saturday   9:30 PM

      400 Roncesvalles
      Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M9

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      Dumpster Raccoon Film Series: MORTAL KOMBAT (1995)

      Outworld needs to win 10 tournaments to seize Earth. They have won the last nine. Also there’s a dude with four arms?! NOTHING IN THIS WORLD HAS PREPARED YOU FOR THIS. About the film MORTAL KOMBATUSA 1995 91min. 14ADirected by Paul W.S. AndersonStarring Christopher Lamber, Robin Shou, Talisa Soto, Bridgette Wilson Join DUMPSTER RACCOON CINEMA for MORTAL KOMBAT (1995) – the reviled ultraviolent masterpiece that put Paul W.S. Anderson (the OTHER Paul Anderson) on the map and, with a 38% on Rotten Tomatoes, that changed the soundscape and editing of action films forever.Evil wizard Shang Tsung has summoned Earth’s mightiest champions to his island. There, they will compete, and die, to at last unlock the portals of our dimension and provide the beachhead for a nightmarish otherworldly invasion. Only a select group of fighters, chosen by Earth’s protector Raiden (Christopher Lambert!) stand between him and ULTIMATE VICTORY!The secret agent SONYA BLADE! The cyborg KANO! The demonic SCORPION! The icy SUB ZERO! Martial arts master LIU KANG! Art….Art Lean? We’re not sure who that one is, but WHATEVER IT’S FINE WE’RE SURE HE’S GREA- oh he died. THAT’S FINE TOO.With a special DOUBLE BILL DRAG ACT featuring Ivory Towers! This February 16th at the Revue: TEST YOUR MIGHT WITH US! About the series In a recent interview with NOW Magazine, programmer Anthony Oliveira summed up the series: “Dumpster Raccoon is not just the name, it is my ethos,” he says. “It’s how I describe what I do when someone asks. I think my work as a writer or culture critic or whatever is that I compulsively forage through our culture trash to figure out what it is, how it works, why we discarded it, what it can teach us. Sharing pop culture has always been one of the main ways I express affection, and the series has grown out of that: ‘I love you; here’s some shiny garbage.’”

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