Was it Mr. Green, in the Study, with the Knife? Perhaps it was Mrs. Peacock, in the Dining Room, with the Gun? No wait — I know —
It's Nerds Like Us, in the Vista, with a midnight screening of Clue.
In 1985, Tim Curry, Madeline Khan, Martin Mull, Christopher Lloyd, Eileen Brennan, and Lesley Anne Warren brought us the irreverant dark comedy based on the board game Clue. Written by John Landis and Jonathan Lynn, also directed by Lynn, Clue took numerous liberties adapting a child's game into a movie, including shooting three separate endings to the film, and sending different prints to different theaters, creating the final joke, that just like in the game, this was just one possible ending.
It wasn't until it was released on home video that all three endings were included.
Now, your favorite midnight revival series, Nerds Like Us, is bringing Clue back to the big screen at one of Hollywood's oldest movie houses, The Vista Theatre. Which ending will it be? Even we at Nerds Like Us don't know yet. Does it matter? No matter what, it will kill you with laughter.
4473 Sunset Drive
Los Angeles, CA
**Nerds Like Us screenings are more than just watching a film. They are a celebration of a geek and nerd culture. We love these movies and are proud to show our fandom. With that in mind, we encourage you to dress up. We may have prizes available for a costume contest, or give something away to guests that can answer trivia questions abot the film.
**Parking is street only. Make sure to read all signs and do not park in valet or paid parking lots, they WILL close at 2am. You may NOT park at the VONS across the street — THEY WILL TOW**
**Important request- we understand the nature of midnight films draws a more fun and fanatical crowd! We absolutely embrace this and we love when people sing-along with musical numbers or quote along with famous lines. Please, however, respect other theatre goers who are enjoying these films for the first time in decades on the screen and don't have loud «living-room» style conversation in the theatre. Thanks, and enjoy the show!
**Ticketing note: BITN tickets are $12.50. Our ticketing partner Eventbrite has a per ticket fee of 99 cents, plus a three percent processing fee. Total fees come to $2.74 bringing the total to $15.24. When purchasing on Facebook, it does not break down the fees, so we mention this so you know. Tickets are also available at the theater box office without ticketing fees. The Vista Theater also accepts MoviePass, but our shows have a history of selling out, and by waiting until the day of, you do risk the chance of not getting a ticket.