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Wednesday, Apr 10, 2024 10:00 PM
Welcome to Bates High School. The lesson for today: stay on Rachel Lang's good side because this outcast teen has a fiery temper that can't be controlled!
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Wednesdays get weird when Late Shift at the Grindhouse hosts Ross Meyer, Joe Derderian, and Aaron Holmgren dig up low-budget b-movies, horror and gore-fests, and camp classics for your viewing pleasure. Buy your ticket and take a ride in our Time Machine! Punch in and earn a bonus! $4 Pabst Blue Ribbon & Hamm’s tallboys,  $4 small popcorn, small soda and candy!  $1 off beer/wine/soda/popcorn/candy for FilmScene members.   PLUS -- special custom trash trailer reel curated by Ross with cheap swag and prize giveaways!

The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)

Directed by Katt Shea (Poison Ivy) and Robert Mandel (The Substitute)

Featuring: Emily Bergl, Jason London, Amy Irving

Welcome to Bates High School.  The lesson for today: stay on Rachel Lang's good side because this outcast teen has a fiery temper that can't be controlled!

"What makes The Rage: Carrie 2 much more than just a sequel to the 1976 Stephen King/Brian DePalma classic is the astute direction of Katt Shea, a master of the genre." - Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times


"Female rage is often looked at as something terrifying, to be avoided. That’s probably why the horror genre is rife with these stories. But what if that rage is justified? That’s the question at the center of The Rage: Carrie 2." - Marya E. Gates, Nerdist


"Compared to the studio-tainted train wreck with Chloë Grace Moretz released in 2013, this one looks even better in retrospect." - Nathaniel Thompson, Mondo Digital

Rachel (former Iowan, Grinnell College graduate, Emily Bergl) is a high school misfit who gets caught in the middle of a vicious prank - orchestrated by a group of oversexed jocks - that turns deadly.  Once the police bring one of the boys in for questioning, his teammates target Rachel for squealing, and hatch a devious scheme to publicly humiliate her.  But messing with Rachel is worse than playing with fire, for when her temper's crossed it triggers a powder-keg of anger and unleashes special powers that can turn a fun, house party into a mad-house inferno!

Part of Reel Representation at FilmScene.

Plus a Something Weird short film.



Is 1999 in fact the best movie year ever? With hindsight, countless thinkpieces, and at least one entire book dedicated to it, there's no doubt it's in contention. In this 25th anniversary nine film series co-presented by FilmScene and the Bijou Film Board, we take a look at the dawn of the millennium with titles that challenge the canon, populist hits, and everything in between. So put on your favorite choker and chunky platforms. Zip up your tech vest. Make sure you find some really deep lyrics to use for your away message, or just hit 'em with an "afk," and don't forget your best CD-R mix to listen to on your drive to the movies!

Series Info
Series:Late Shift at the Grindhouse
Party Like It's 1999
Reel Representation
Film Info
Director:Katt Shea (Poison Ivy) and Robert Mandel (The Substitute)
Featuring:Emily Bergl, Jason London, Amy Irving
Runtime:104 minutes
Year Released:1999
Production Country:USA