A while back, Boise Weekly wrote about a special screening of The Room, the leading contender for worst movie of all time.
In it, plot threads about cancer, drugs and pregnancy are introduced and dropped. Characters disappear without a trace mid-film because the actors quit and their lines were reassigned to others. Painfully awkward sex scenes are frequent. The set design is rife with bizarre imagery of spoons. And the acting is so atrocious, it consistently defies all attempts at description.
Seeing The Room is a nearly indescribable experience, and luckily, there will be one final showing of the film in Boise, before the screening contract is done.
And it's tonight.
The film will be showing at Visual Arts Collective. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show costs $5.