Silent Summer Nights 7 (ripped right from thier site)

Eye of Newt’s Silent Summer Nights is a Rumble/Radix co-presentation.

September 1 & 2, 2007 — 8:15 pm Free!
Grandview Park, Commercial Drive at William Street

Buster Keaton’s Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928)

Saturday, September 1

Set on the Mississippi River in the old side-wheeler days, Steamboat Bill Jr. follows the adventures of a spoiled young man forced by his crusty father to learn the ropes of river boating. The film’s crowning
achievement is its hurricane climax.

Eye of Newt provides a touching and beautiful live soundtrack that brings this comic masterpiece to life.

Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens (1922)

Sunday, September 2

Nosferatu is that rare creature, a truly frightening and disturbing horror epic. An unauthorized production of Bram Stoker’s work Dracula, the legal heirs didn’t give their permission so the names had to be changed. But this wasn’t enough: The widow of Bram Stoker won two lawsuits in which she demanded the destruction of all copies of the movie, however copies of it were already too widespread to destroy them all.

Featuring the renowned improvisational musicians, The Silent Summer Nights Monster Orchestra.


Scientists have discovered that inorganic material can take on the characteristics of living organisms in space, a development that could transform views of alien life.”

Strangestars, an expedition, ages twenty to fifty, has begun assembling at my house for the special meteor shower tonight. It’s one:thirty in the morning and so far Andrew and Ray are here, Nicole’s on her way, Merlyn’s cancelled, and we still need to pick up Mackenzie and Wayne. We’re driving out to Abbotsford to Dark Sky Park, where all the local cool-kid astronomers hang out. It’s all very haphazardly last minute, but possibly perfect for all that.

For those awake, but not in the mood for venturing into the wilds at dawn, look east at 4:30 Pacific Daylight Time.