Tonight: Wet Hot + Thursday: Nowhere

This week at Sweat we’ve got two ridiculously great, FREE movie screenings for your viewing pleasure…

This Movie Monday, we’ll be playing 2001 cult comedy classic WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER!  Directed by The State alum David Wain, it featuring several of the cast members, along with hilarious performances by Janeane Garofalo, Chris Meloni and more.  It’s the store of the last day of summer camp in the ’80s and anything can and does happen as the campers and counselors look to hook up and make it to the big talent show.  Wear your tube socks and come to Sweat at 8pm.

Then on Thursday evening, we’re excited to bring you a screening of super hard-to-find 1997 cult flick NOWHERE by director Gregg Araki!  It’s the third part of his “Teenage Apocalypse Trilogy” (after Doom Generation) and features tons of Hollywood notables before they were famous.  Also like all Araki films, the soundtrack is amazing.  Read more in the New Times and come out!  No cover, starts at 8pm.