Rifftrax Live at Quality 16

. October 1, 2016.

From the mouths and minds that perfected the art of making fun of movies in the cult show Mystery Science Theater 3000 comes Rifftrax Live. Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett are all former MST3K writers and performers who make watching bad movies better than catching any new-fangled blockbuster. During the show, the guys will watch campy 1962 horror classic Carnival of Souls with the audience and turn what was held as spooky in the ‘60s into a night of comedy. Perfect for those who like their scary movies with plenty of snark.

8pm/Thursday, October 27 and 7:30pm/Monday, October 31.
$14 | Quality 16 | 3686 Jackson Rd.
734-623-7469 | 
goodrichqualitytheaters.com

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