Cinema Insomnia Phone Cases
As seen on OSI 74! After a hideous car accident DR. CORTNER uses a serum he developed to keep his wife's head alive while he creeps around strip clubs and beauty pageants looking for a new body. This Lovecraftian and very American Frankenstein tale is a staple of late night TV and CULT MOVIE screenings. Presented on CINEMA INSOMNIA, MST3K and other hosted movie programs. This shirt from tee Public features OSI livery and color scheme and is available in a ton of styles for your body. Stickers, mugs, phone cases,and other collectibles available on demand. Proceeds from this shirt go to support independent TV!
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General Cinemas opened August 1976 shortly after Rolling Acres Mall’s opening. The cinema and mall garnered negative publicity in 1991, when a fight between two young men outside the theater incited a panic. During the scuffle, a metal sign was knocked over which was mistakenly interpreted as a gunshot. Although gangs and the movie “New Jack City” (which was letting out at the time) were initially rumored to have been the problem, in actuality the scuffle erupted over one man taking the other man’s jacket. In 1992, the cinemas switched to a second-run, $0.99-a-show format, much to the dismay of mall management and tenants. In 1993, citing several years of unprofitability, General Cinemas opted to close the theater with three years still remaining on the lease.
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