R.I.P. Cort and Fatboy 2003-2012

The Midnight Movies: 2006 – 2012

by admin on November 8, 2012

Here’s the full list of movies screened as part of the Midnight Movie series, which started as a one-off charity screening event, and morphed into whatever the hell it became as it went on. Not all the posters have been archived (nor should they have been, because some of them were ugly) but the ones that have been saved are available to look at by clicking on the name of the movie.

January 2006: Raiders of the Lost Ark (the first Midnight Movie to actually run at Midnight, Charity Screening)
March 2006: Evil Dead 2
April 2006: This is Spinal Tap (the last Midnight Movie to screen at the Kennedy School)
May 2006: The Big Lebowski
June 2006: ALIENS
July 2006: Caddyshack
August 2006: Monty Python and The Holy Grail
September 2006: Jackass: The Movie (the lowest attended Midnight Movie ever: 75 people.)
October 2006: The Usual Suspects
November 2006: Shaun of the Dead
December 2006: Die Hard
January 2007: Sin City (Charity Screening)
February 2007: Fight Club
March 2007: Office Space
April 2007: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Canceled due to a combination projector malfunction and maybe the drunkest, most altered crowd ever assembled for a Midnight Movie)
May 2007: The Big Lebowski (Cinco De Lebowski II)
June 2007: Dazed and Confused
July 2007: Robocop
August 2007: Pulp Fiction
September 2007: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (do-over)
October 2007: Goodfellas
November 2007: The Goonies
December 2007: Gremlins
January 2008: Star Trek II – The Wrath of Khan (Charity Screening)
February 2008: Big Trouble in Little China (Opening film of the SuperTrash Film Festival)
March 2008: The Princess Bride
April 2008: Anchorman
May 2008: The Big Lebowski (Cinco de Lebowski III – March of the Lebowskis)
June 2008: Top Gun
July 2008: Predator
August 2008: Super Troopers
September 2008: Smokey and the Bandit (The only Midnight Movie we did not choose – corporate sponsorship mandate from KUFO sales staff and Coors)
October 2008: Ghostbusters
November 2008: Army of Darkness
December 2008: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
January 2009: The Godfather (Charity Screening)
February 2009: True Romance
March 2009: Rocky III (included Battlestar Galactica Season 4 premiere)
April 2009: Friday
May 2009: The Big Lebowski (Cinco De Lebowski IV)
June 2009: The Karate Kid
July 2009: The Empire Strikes Back (Charity Screening)
August 2009: Reservoir Dogs
September 2009: Stand By Me
October 2009: Beetlejuice
November 2009: Raising Arizona (First completely independent screening)
December 2009: The Nightmare Before Christmas
January 2010: The Iron Giant
February 2010: Road House
March 2010: The Blues Brothers (feat. Live Music by Target for Tomorrow)
April 2010: Mallrats
May 2010: The Big Lebowski (Cinco De Lebowski V)
June 2010: Terminator 2: Judgment Day
July 2010: Independence Day
August 2010: Jurassic Park
September 2010: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
October 2010: The Lost Boys
November 2010: Planes, Tranes, and Automobiles
December 2010: Scrooged (Faces of Meh – the Live Show)
January 2011: The Muppet Movie
February 2011: Dirty Dancing
March 2011: Animal House
April 2011: ALIENS (5th Anniversary Midnight Movie flashback)
May 2011: The Big Lebowski (Cinco de Lebowski VI)
June 2011: Superman II – The Richard Donner Cut
July 2011: The Rock
August 2011: Raiders of the Lost Ark (5th Anniversary Midnight Movie Flashback)
September 2011: Who Framed Roger Rabbit
October 2011: The Thing
November 2011: This is Spinal Tap (5th Anniversary Midnight Movie Flashback)
December 2011: Die Hard (What Could Possibly Go Wrong – Live Show/5th Anniversary Midnight Movie Flashback)
January 2012: E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
February 2012: The Breakfast Club
March 2012: Enter the Dragon
April 2012: Boogie Nights
May 2012: The Big Lebowski (Cinco De Lebowski VII)
June 2012: Total Recall
July 2012: The Terminator
August 2012: Conan the Barbarian
September 2012: Batman
October 2012: Poltergeist
November 2012: Back to the Future
December 2012: Star Wars (Original Theatrical Version) (The only other Midnight Movie to actually start at midnight, and the final Midnight Movie)

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Bobby November 8, 2012 at 11:47 am

If any of you out there actually have some of those older posters saved anywhere, please email me so I can add em to the list.

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Scotty T November 8, 2012 at 12:15 pm

So many I wish I had gone too. But Big Trouble in Little China was my second date with my wife.

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Steve November 8, 2012 at 1:54 pm

Wow, impressive list.

Goodfellas is the earliest promo I can recall, so I must have been listening since Sept 2007. Wish I’d made it to Portland for a midnight movie.

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Big J November 8, 2012 at 2:57 pm

I started listening around Fight Club or Office Space.

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burn70down November 8, 2012 at 3:33 pm

Will the “Death” live show poster be available for sale at the show? Also, if they are available for sale, any way to get the whole panel to sign it? I really would like one with everybody’s signature.

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Dorothy Zbornak November 8, 2012 at 4:30 pm

This.

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Riley November 8, 2012 at 9:36 pm

/\ This

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Big J November 8, 2012 at 10:08 pm

\/ That

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charlie November 9, 2012 at 4:43 am

I have been there since the beginning, from the “Cort, Boomer, and Fatboy” show till now. I actually have tears in my eyes, you guys gave me laughs during my parent’s divorce, helped through breaking up with my former fiance. you guys gave me a love for radio. you introduced me to Emerson’s show, I have spent so many hours listening to you guys. i love the show, and I will miss you guys. from the bottom of my heart I say thank you.
ps. holy shit I am taking this hard.
pps. I just said Pee Pee. heh.
Charlie.

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Anonymous December 7, 2012 at 12:47 am

Really wish the commentaries had existed back when you screened Friday.

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