Let’s all agree. Culture is a dish best served drunk. At least, that’s what Comedians Cinema Club founder Eric Lampaert figured out when he started assembling comedians to perform inebriated, ad-lib renditions of film favorites, first in London and now in Los Angeles. They’ve done “Ghost,” “Back to the Future Part II,” “The Princess Bride,” “Jaws” and “Indiana Jones,” to name a few twisted, delightful disasters of drunken debauchery.
They gave “Labyrinth” a go last year, and it was so good and so bad that the gang is tackling it again. Bad singing, goblin impersonations and audience participation equal good laughs all night long.