2961 16th Street Across from the 16th BART Station
San Francisco, California 94127

Sick and Twisted is Back! 2 Weeks only!
May 11 - 20, 2006

Before there was an OscarTM for ?Best Animated Film?, before there were hundred million dollar grosses for animated movies, before there were icons like Beavis and Butt-Head, Homer and Bart, or Shrek and Donkey, before all that... practically before there was life on the planet, there was Spike and Mike?s Festival of Animation. For 25 years they have been the leading presenters of cutting-edge animation and cartoons, from quirky hand drawn gems to elaborate computer-generated productions. Spike and Mike?s is the longest running festival of its kind, and has played a major role in helping the animation medium become one of today?s most popular facets of mass entertainment.

The BRAND NEW Sick and Twisted Festival of will premier 20 BRAND NEW short animated films plus two surprise bonus films. New titles include Spike's pick for the next Blockbuster TV Series: SAVE VIRGIL by Steve Hein with voice over by Adam Corolla, Gary Coleman, and the very first porn star Ginger Lyn. 2 NEW Happy Tree Friends Episodes by Mondo Media, New from the People who brought you Dr. Tran, ROY BERTITOS, possibly the fastest paced film we've ever show, its' a 10, you'll enjoy!

And for the Goth crowd, Jack and Jill by Andrea Shear, for the perverts, Pig & Bunny by Bruce Simpson. From Joe Cartoon, the people who brought you Frog in the Blender, for the first time on the big screen, DONKEYBONG!

"Spike and Mike's Festival of Animation gives audiences the only opportunity to view the wonderful art form of the animated short film. [It] also gives young animators and film makers a chance they normally never get in the film industry." - John Lasseter, Pixar

Thursdays and Fridays 7pm & 9pm, Saturdays 7pm, 9pm & 11pm
Tickets $9 Buy tickets at www.victoriatheatre.org

Victoria Theatre
2961 16th St. across from the 16th BART Station at Mission St.
San Francisco, CA
(415) 863-7576

Official Website: http://www.victoriatheatre.org

Added by apolloslim on May 3, 2006