Cinematic Void Double Feature: "Joysticks" / "Pinball Summer"

Cinematic Void Double Feature: "Joysticks" / "Pinball Summer"

American Cinematheque

JOYSTICKS, 1983, 88 min. Dir. Greydon Clark. Jefferson Bailey (Scott McGinnis) runs the most popular video arcade in town, but not everyone sees it as a place for good clean fun. Wanting to keep his daughter away from the filth, Joseph Rutter (Joe Don Baker) plots a way to shut down the arcade. Packed with raunchy jokes, T&A and a rockin' soundtrack, JOYSTICKS is an ’80s overload of totally awesome video games. PINBALL SUMMER, 1980, 99 min. Dir. George Mihalka. School’s out for Greg (Michael Zelniker) and Steve (Carl Marotte), and to make the most of it they cruise around trying to meet girls, find parties, and play some pinball. A classic Canuxploitation comedy from the director of MY BLOODY VALENTINE.

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