Saturday, November 03, 2012

MIAMI CONNECTION NOW PLAYING IN THEATERS NATIONWIDE!!


It seems like just yesterday that Zack Carlson brought a 35mm print of the soon-to-be-infamous MIAMI CONNECTION to our first annual Everything is Festival with a simple promise: "This movie is going to blow your face off."

It did-- so much that we brought it back for our third annual Everything is Festival this summer-- and because the world has gone crazy (in the best possible way of course), now MIAMI CONNECTION is opening in theaters across the USA courtesy of Drafthouse Films! 

Seriously, you HAVE to go see this one in theaters. We're third degree black belts in holyfuckingshit here at EIT, and we've never seen people react to a movie the way they do to MIAMI CONNECTION. It demands to be seen a room full of screaming maniacs! 

People danced in the aisles at the New York Asian Film Festival, kids broke concrete blocks with their bare hands at the Cinefamily, Fantastic Fest fanatics practically burned the Alamo Drafthouse to the ground, and fans showed their devotion with a high kick contest at the Music Box! 

The madness spreads this weekend as MIAMI CONNECTION opens at Seattle's Grand Illusion Cinema, The Roxie in San Francisco and the Hi-Pointe in St. Louis, with screenings in LA, NYC, Austin, Detroit, Denver, Nashville and more coming next weekend and throughout November!  

To find out where MIAMI CONNECTION is playing near you, go check out the Drafthouse Films page now! OHMAHGAAAAD!

6 comments :

Just Johnny said...

I just shit my pants.

Anonymous said...

Also playing at the Three Rivers Film Festival in Pittsburgh, PA Nov 16th http://3rff.com/films#miami-connection

Anonymous said...

I just got back from Miami Connection. It changed my life.

Anonymous said...

I just got back from Grand Ilusion in Seattle and I can honestly say I have never had such a pants crappingly awesome cinematic experience before.

Mayor Kevin Johnson's toilet flusher said...

What about Sacramento? C'mon you assholes! Bring it to Tower or Crest theater!

Anonymous said...

I met him personally and trained with him before ... He is awesome...And 1 of the greatest grandmaster out there ... MUDO sir... Very kind with alot of healthy knowledge ... I'm a black belt under his curriculum ... Cool to see Miami connection come back I grew up training in the school seeing the poster all the time to the movie lol... I no longer train under yk Kim but god bless martial arts world(mudo) ...