The improv group Neo Trash Video entertains B-movie fans by poking fun at out-of-print VHS copies of films from the 1960s up through the 1990s. On Dec. 11th, they’ll take on a famously bad action flick when the Beechview coffee house Brew On Broadway hosts the Deadly Prey Live Riff.
Released in 1987, Deadly Prey turns one of literature’s most classic stories, “The Most Dangerous Game,” into a roided-up Rambo ripoff for the ages. A group of sadistic mercenaries grab people off the streets and set them loose on the grounds of a secret camp, where they’re killed for sport. But when they unwittingly kidnap Vietnam vet Michael Danton (Ted Prior), they’ll have to pay for the mistake with their own lives.
The Deadly Prey Live Riff begins at 7:30 p.m. This is a 21 and over event – no little ones allowed. Guests are encouraged to BYOB. Admission is free.