I apologize for the brevity and extreme delay of this posting, but I promise that I'll make it up to you guys with something extra special very shortly. In the meantime, you read the title correctly. Tommy Wiseau's magnum opus, The Room, is coming to Vancouver for a midnight screening at the Rio Theatre (right near the Broadway Skytrain station) on Friday June 25th. I know many of you have seen The Room on DVD (and for some that is more than enough), but if my sources are correct, then nothing compares to seeing it with a live theatre audience on the big screen. Tickets are $10, or $8 if you come in costume. As an added bonus you'll also get to see One Million Years BC at no extra cost (not to be confused with 10 000 BC), but if you don't feel like sticking around for it, that's fine. There's no reason for you not to go unless you're Zach, in which case you're Tim Hortons' bitch. So bring some spoons, a football, and whatever you do, don't leave your stupid comments in your pocket (i.e. shouting at the screen is encouraged).
For those of you who have no idea what The Room is, see this earlier post of mine.
Here's the Rio Theatre's Facebook page.