Get ready for SUMMER CAMP, our annual celebration of the kookiest, kitschiest and craziest camp classics of all time! This summer, weâre turning the beat around with DISCO INFERNO, featuring a booty-shaking line-up of Hollywoodâs greatest disco-themed dance flicks, all guaranteed to give you your recommended Summer Camp dosage of polyester, roller skates and Village People!
See all four films at Summer Camp and be entered into our free raffle for a disco-rageous prize package stuffed with movies, music and surprises. PLUS: Enjoy a different Summer Camp cocktail each week, available at the snack bar!
Never released on VHS, DVD or BLU RAY! This is your only chance to see this disco classic up on the big screen in 35mm!
âUnbearably campy fun, this 1970s time capsule is ripe for rediscovery as a quintessential midnight movie classic.â - BAMcinematek
It doesnât get much more âhigh-flying â70s campâ than the jaw-dropping cinematic spectacle Skatetown, USA â a crazed teen party flick set within the mirrored madness of a rocking roller disco rink populated by a cast sent from the cheesy movie gods, including Scott Baio, Flip Wilson, Ruth Buzzi, Horshack, Marcia Brady, and in his movie debut, a leather-clad, whip-cracking Patrick Swayze!
Touted as âThe Rock and Roller Disco Movie of the Year!,â the epic disco flick Skatetown, USA is a flashy-n-trashy tribute to all that is gloriously ridiculous about the late â70s âŚ the kind of movie where yo-yos, rainbow suspenders, tai chi and satin short shorts all appear within the same frame as Earth,Wind and Fireâs âBoogie Wonderlandâ blares in the background.
Loosely based on a real-life West Hollywood celebrity hangout called â Flipperâs Roller Boogie Palace,â this film focuses on a fierce rivalry between two of LAâs hottest skaters: goody goody Stan (blonde teen heartthrob Greg Bradford), and charismatic bad boy Ace Johnson (Patrick Swayze, who naturally performed all of his own skating stunts in the movie). Stan and Ace are both competing in the big Roller Disco Contest, and tensions are running high, as the grand prize is $1,000 âŚ and a moped! Cue the romantic subplots (one featuring Happy Days/ Charles in Charge star Scott Baio looking for love in all the wrong places), wacky slapstick (itching powder!), Love Boat-level celebrity sightings (Hey! Isnât that Ruth Buzzi? And Billy Barty? And infamous Playboy Playmate Dorothy Stratten? And oh my gosh, isnât that Maureen McCormick, aka Marsha Brady, AND Ron Palilo, aka Horshack, out there on the dance floor????), and a bizarre game of chicken played with exploding motorized roller skates!
Featuring a hit-packed soundtrack of wall-to-wall disco classics (with hot tunes by Michael Jackson, Cheap Trick, Heat Wave and many more âŚ a music licensing nightmare which has thus far prevented a home video release of the film), and off-the-charts levels of camp craziness, Skatetown, USA is a lost comedy classic that will make you wish is was 1979 all over again! From the director of Blackenstein and The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington! (William Levey, 1979, USA, 98 mins., Rated PG) 35mm