Tag Archives: David Bowie

Film Series: The Man Who Fell to Earth

1976. UK. Dir: Nicholas Roeg. With David Bowie, Rip Torn. 139 min.

“You know Tommy, you’re a freak. I don’t mean that unkindly. I like freaks.” It’s the role Bowie was born to play: a starman seeking to save his home planet from extinction, yet finding only alienation in our world. The late singer’s unearthly performance is matched by psychedelic visuals courtesy of WALKABOUT’s Roeg.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5

Film Series: Labyrinth

1986. USA. Dir: Jim Henson. With Jennifer Connelly, David Bowie. 101 min.

Young Sarah ventures into a fantastical labyrinth to rescue her baby half-brother after unwittingly wishing him into the clutches of the enigmatic Goblin King. Puppets by Henson’s Creature Shop and a truly groovy Bowie-composed score make this fantasy a weirdly wonderful gem, complete with psychosexual undertones and very high-waisted pants.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5

Rave-id Bowie in the WestCo Cafe

Rave Bowie

Dance veteran and permanent member of the rave patrol would like to  invite you to navigate the Labrynth in neon rave gear:

Let dance veteran and permanent member of the soul patrol, Rave-id
Bowie be your guide for a night of booty shakin’ goodness with the

Friday 4/19 @ 11PM in the cafe. All are welcome (bring your prefrosh too!)

11 – Trillion Dollar Boys Club (BEAMS // Walka Flocka Flame //Colehickey ’09)

Let the bowie be with you.

Date: Friday, April 19
Time: 11 p.m.
Place: WestCo Cafe
Cost: Free

That’s right, it’s snowing.

Go out and build a snowman! Or if that’s no longer your style, get nostalgic about the good ol’ days when it was. This movie ought to help:

This BBC4 classic will probably look mighty familiar to anyone who grew up in the UK, by the way.