This weekend, try out a Rocky Horror-like cult classic at the Cedar Lee Theatre.
Tommy Wiseau's 2003 film The Room plays this Saturday at midnight, and it's worth staying up for.
Never seen it? Don't worry — many in the audience attend every month, and they're friendly, if unforgiving of the movie's terrible writing, acting and directing.
The monthly regular feature draws a nice crowd (Yes, the movie is awful! That's the point!) armed with plastic spoons, and often dressed like the movie's terribly portrayed characters.
Don't worry about the quality of the film — the entertainment comes from the audience, many of who have memorized every line and will talk through the whole thing — but who will be saying things that are actually funny, and often in unison.
When: Second Saturday of each month, midnight
Bring: A box of plastic spoons (and a football) so you can join the fun. You'll see why!