The Albuquerque-lensed superhero parody Defective Man! will have its premiere this Friday and Saturday, May 28 and 29, at Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE). The film is directed by D. Ryan Mowry and stars Paul Alsing, Arturo Negro, Stephen W. Eckles and Josh Saavedra. The gleefully campy, proudly lowbrow, resolutely Troma-esque comedy follows the adventures of an inept crime-fighting quartet led by an overweight, middle-aged superhero in Spandex. You can check out the yock-filled trailer by logging on to sb-films.com. Screenings start at 10:30 p.m. Cast and crew will be there in person. This one’s been a long time in the making, so come show your hometown support and wallow in your love of trash cinema!
Sex and the City 2
Less sex, different city, same old shenanigans
In Sex and the City 2, a group of elderly New York hookers travels to the shifting sands of the Middle East where they encounter a hideous mummy who ... oh, no, wait. That’s just Sarah Jessica Parker. Never mind.
Last week, broadcast networks announced their prime time schedules for next season. We’ve got to wait until fall to actually see the new shows. But we can get disappointed just reading their descriptions now!
The Week in Sloth
“FlashForward” (KOAT-7 7 p.m.) If you’re a fan of “FlashForward,” I bet ABC’s mind-bending, time-jumping sci-fi series has generated a lot of questions. Well, they’re not gonna get answers, because after tonight’s season finale, it’s canceled.
“Mall Cops: Mall of America” (TLC 8 p.m.) “We’ve got a 10-16 at the Orange Julius. I’m gonna need backup!”
“The OCD Project” (VH1 8 p.m.) VH1, trying to jump on the whole “Hoarders” bandwagon, creates a reality show about people with OCD. ... Wait. I don’t get it. This is VH1. Are these people with OCD hooking up in hot tubs or trying to sleep with Ray J? No? What’s the point?