The event I’ve been looking forward to since we first began shooting All About Evil is finally here! Next week, we will mount four nights of the ultimate evil experience in 4-D when we present the San Francisco run at The Victoria Theatre itself! As you probably know, this is the very place the film is set and we are currently prepping, building, and rehearsing for the most ambitious pre-show presentation to date. It will be a fully immersive environmental theatrical experience that truly catapults you into the fourth dimension. Imagine actually entering into the world of the movie. Characters will come off-screen and be greeting you at the door! A spectacular and nightmarish pre-show precedes every screening! Prizes for best dressed “Gore Couture” audience members! Seats wired for electrocution! And soooo much more.
I’ve dreamed of creating an event on the set of the movie itself, and we’re finally bringing this to fruition. Don’t miss this “only in San Francisco” experience and come prepared to get involved, scream out loud, and have a spooktacular time! Tickets are now on sale here.
THE GENRE-BENDING, CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SENSATION DESCENDS ON SAN FRANCISCO FOR 4 NIGHTS OF MUSICAL, SPECTACLE AND GORE COUTURE!
ALL ABOUT EVIL: The Peaches Christ Experience in 4-D!
San Francisco’s favorite “gore, gore, girl,” Peaches Christ promises multiple nights of delirious entertainment and invites you have the ultimate experience at the theater where the movie was filmed!!!
One of us! One of us! You will become one of us! Please everyone, check out the internet premiere of my short / industrial film CHILDREN OF THE POPCORN. It’s a quick look in a typical day at the office for me and the staff over at Peaches Christ Productions featuring Martiny, Lady Bear, L Ron Hubby, and more. I’m really hoping that you and yours will post this thing all over your Face pages and what not so that we can continue recruiting children of the popcorn anywhere and everywhere. First the big cities! Next, the bible belt! Third World Countries!!! And finally, the Universe. Read More…
The All About Evil Phoenix Recap
By Michael Varrati
It’s a sunny Saturday on the Southside of Pittsburgh and I’m quietly sitting at a coffee shop, nursing a rather unremarkable cup of java. I find myself staring down a woman several tables away who looks suspiciously like Leslie Hall, and I even briefly consider asking her if she is in fact the internet songstress. However, my internal debate is cut short with the chirping of my phone, announcing an incoming call from the one and only Peaches Christ.
I’m generally relieved to hear from Peaches, as we hadn’t actually touched base since the night of her Arizona show. I was concerned in the interim that she might have been deported, especially considering the state she was visiting and the fact that the surname “Christ” speaks to a generally Middle Eastern background. Read More…
Welcome back to Creatures of the Night! Hosted by one of the most voluptuous and beautiful Children of the Popcorn there is – Lady Bear. LB’s long had her finger on the pulse of what’s hot and what’s not in San Francisco bohemian nightlife. Follow her on her exploits about town, searching high and low for glamour in all its forms. She’ll keep you abreast of it all.
The Only Place to Be This Halloween! With Hekles and PC!
This Halloween, Heklina and Peaches Christ return to the stage for their 4th annual holiday extravaganza, Halloween: A Party! These two best ghoul-friends join forces to create a Halloween party so fantastically frightening you’ll never forget it, no matter how hard you try! Featuring a special performance by guest star Julie Brown (Homecoming Queen’s Got A Gun/Earth Girls Are Easy/MTV).
Your hostesses for the evening first decided to throw the fright-night in response to years of violence at the Castro Halloween Event. The party has quickly become the place to be on Halloween! Peaches and Heklina hope to continue their holiday tradition, mixing outrageous creativity with terrifying results in a safe space. The party is for all kinds of revelers looking to celebrate the traditional spirit of Halloween.
We here at PeachesChrist.com never dared to dream… But the day has come when we can announce the following…
Ladies and Gentlemen (and ghouls), this weekend marks the premiere of the all-new Elvira’s Movie Macabre throughout select U.S. markets!
For those of you too young to know, or too drug-damaged to remember, the original Elvira’s Movie Macabre ran throughout 1980’s television, educating an entire generation on what real/reel cinematic schlock truly is. And in the process, we all came to know and love one of the finest comediennes of our time – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (aka Cassandra Peterson). Anyone who watched during sexually formative years either wanted to grow up to be her, or do her… Which one were you?
Cult Filmmakers You Should Know: Ken Russell
By Michael Varrati
“B-movies have always been my inspiration,” says Kathleen Turner, seductively admitting a truth shared by many film fans.
The line, spoken by Turner in the film Crimes of Passion, is a pivotal one. The character played by the smoky voiced actress (a wanton hooker named China Blue) is meant to be evocative of the very midnight movie ingénues from which she draws inspiration. The statement serves more as a confession, revealing that China Blue, like B-movies themselves, is part of an elaborate, over-the-top show. The living embodiment of sin and late night sleaze, Turner comes as close as anyone ever has to physically embodying the edicts and ideals that make so many children of the popcorn embrace cult cinema.
Well, ghoulies, it’s been a while, but listen: we didn’t get to see the sun for like two months in SF. I know, I know, GREAT for all you vampires, but yours truly, La Hugz Bunny, is very much a sunny sort of bunny. When it suddenly came out finally last week, you know I just had to ditch out on all responsibility, throw on some sequined hotpants, and rollerskate my huge white ass over to that oceanless beach that we have here in San Frantranny, dubbed “The Manshelf”.
It’s nestled in the sweaty, green elbow of Dolores Park, Mission District, not far from Deborah Tennis’ family-run movie theatre, the Victoria. Also known as “Queen Beach” and (my favourite) “The Swish Alps”, it IS thee place to hang out and hangover, hunny. DP has stunning views, both of downtown SF, and of the half-naked menz variety too! Where else can you be offered a kaleidoscope of edible pharmadelics on an hourly basis? Get it, Dolores Park!