The Backseat Film Series is returning to Baltimore!

We've got a new regular venue, great new movies, and a huge new screen! Come find out why the Backseat Film Festival is the drinking man's film festival. Be a part of the spiritual merging of ass-kicking, DIY, independent shorts and Pabst Blue Ribbon flowing straight outta the tap!

9:00PM - This Sunday (6/20) - FREE!

The Josie and the Pussycats Drinking Game

The Whistle Stop

8167 Main St.,

Ellicott City, MD



- Thursday, July 1st -


$5, AGES 18+, 9:00PM - 1:00AM

The Sidebar

218 E. Lexington St.

Baltimore, MD

(410) 659-4130

9:00PM Fubar (2002, Michael Dowse, 81min)

Quintessential Canadians Dean Murdoch (Spence) and Terry Cahill (Lawrence) are lifelong friends who have grown up together: shot-gunning their first beers, exploring the healing power of heavy metal, and growing the great Canadian mullet known as "hockey hair". Their lives are brought to the big screen by "documentarian" Ferral Mitchner in an exploration of the depths of friendship, the fragility of life, growing up gracefully, and the art and science of drinking beer like a man.

10:30PM Prison-A-Go-Go! (2003, Barak Epstein, 85min)

From Barak Epstein, the director of CORNMAN: AMERICAN VEGETABLE HERO (Best Comedy in Deep Ellum Film Festival 2001), comes PRISON-A-GO-GO!, a wild parody of the great 'Women in Prison' films of the past. Starring Rhonda Shear (from USA UP ALL NIGHT), Mary Woronov, and Lloyd Kaufman.

When sweet, girl-next-door Callista is abducted for "scientific" reasons, her brainy sister Janie must solve the mystery and attempt a rescue. But the only clue leads to a notorious prison in the Philippines, where committing a crime may be the only way in. And no one who’s entered has ever come out…because they’re all having such a wild time!

Welcome to PRISON-A-GO-GO! The rowdy womens' prison filled with multiple shower scenes! Girls running amok! Kung fu food fights! Ninjas! Mutant Zombies! Evil Scientists, Prominent Product Placement! Genetic Mutation! and Mad Mud Wrastlin'!

12:00AM Live Music from The Goods