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Takashi Miike's "Hara-kiri: Death of a Samurai."
Published on September 1, 2012
The carbon arc projector in the lobby of the Ken Cinema.
"Repo" with shadowcast and some costumed attendees.
"The Room" is one of the newer midnight cult favorites.
My friend Gaaron is appropriately prepared for a midnight screening of "The Room." Spoons are essential.
Someone dressed as Divine for the midnight show of "Pink Flamingoes."
I try to make themed desserts for the midnight shows so here are Divine's Chocolate Turd cookies for "Pink Flamingoes."
Shadowcast screening of "Rocky Horror" at midnight.
Marquee for the Red Riding Trilogy.
Raiders cosplay at midnight show.
Gabriel August Neeb sent in this photo from a Raiders of the Lost Ark midnight show.
Former Ken owner Bob Berkun.
Ken snackbar has improved over the years. Now they have Pocky and dark chocolate!
Kids have even grown up at the Ken.
The midnight movies at the Ken still draw a crowd.
The ticket booth at the Ken.
Old newspaper ad for teh Ken.
The projection booth.
Ken Cinema Auditorium from Susan Tidey.
A marquee from Ken patron Mel Shaw.
The Horror Meetup Group at the Ken.
My friend Michael Burgess at a Horror Meetup for "Hobo With a Shotgun" at the Ken's Midnight film series.
The Ken marquee has been used for birth announcements and wedding proposals among other things.
In the audience at the Ken's midnight movies.
Jonathan Hammond's favorite picture of his Ken Cinema years.
Obituary on Ken owner Bob Berkun.
Comic strip featuring the Ken.
In the projection booth at the Ken.
Ken live music.
The wonderful SPAM costume from from the Ken held SPAM tossing contests in honor of Monty Python.
Ken marquee for "Chinatown."
Former Ken manager Eleanor Durham.
Ken Cinema concessions stand.
Ken Cinema passes.
Ken Cinema ticket stub.
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