Nicolas UnCaged 6 will screen both Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and the wildly under-appreciated Drive Angry (a film that may or may not have gone straight to DVD and a film that may or may not involve intercourse and a gunfight simultaneously). Per usual, we will offer food for purchase, a social hour, as well as a talent and appreciation segment where we invite everyone and anyone to perform a prepared song, monologue, or a story about the guy who starred in “at least 93” movies (at least 17 of them involving fire.) The event will roll out some thematic drink specials, a photo booth, prizes for the person who best embodies the spirit of Cage through costume and attitude, and a priceless opportunity to socialize with over 300 people who have Cage in common.
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