Meet the Filmmaker
Please Note: We will be serving a limited menu both inside the theater and outside at Eden Bar on Saturday (1/15) and Sunday (1/16) from 11AM-2PM. Full menu service will resume after 2PM. Thank you for understanding! Don’t forget to stop by Eden before The Room to grab a $6 “Oh hai, Marg”!
Join us for a special afternoon of the hit cult classic THE ROOM with Greg Sestero, star of the film and author of the critically-acclaimed tell-all THE DISASTER ARTIST that inspired A24’s award-winning film of the same name. There will be a Q&A, as well as a meet and greet opportunity for every ticket holder!
Johnny is a successful banker who lives happily in a San Francisco townhouse with his fiancé, Lisa. One day, inexplicably, she gets bored with him and decides to seduce his best friend, Mark. From there, nothing will be the same again.
USA, 2003, 99 minutes, Rated R, Directed by Tommy Wiseau
“Arguably, the best worst movie of all time."– Matthew Curtis, Enzian Programming Director
“Hilariously demented.”– J.R. Jones, CHICAGO READER
“What puts ‘The Room’ in a class of its own is its overabundant idiocy. While you're still gasping at one of the film's moronic lines or vagrant plot knots, another one rises up to smack you in the head.”– Kurt Loder, REASON ONLINE
“PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE gave me nowhere near as many belly laughs. Tommy Wiseau is a bit like Shatner or Schwarzenegger before they became self-aware.”– Luke Y. Thompson, LYTRULES.COM
“The question becomes, How much punishment can the audience take and still keep on howling?”– Kelly Vance, EAST BAY EXPRESS
”A movie so bad, so inept, so unbelievably painful, it's almost impossible to comprehend anyone thought it would be great on-screen...”– Felix Vasquez Jr., CINEMA CRAZED
“In the dynasty of dung, among the many pretenders to the best worst movie throne, Tommy Wiseau and his oddly named tragedy truly earns their rotten rep.”– Bill Gibron, POPMATTERS