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Lez Bomb

Sunday Oct 14, 2018

3405 Central Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

Phone: 255-1848
Website: Click to Visit



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In this film, Lauren is about to embark on the most wild Thanksgiving holiday of her life, but coming home—and coming out during the holidays—is fraught with surprises.

Lauren is about to embark on the most wild Thanksgiving holiday of her life, but coming home – and coming out during the holidays – is fraught with surprises. LEZ BOMB is an entertaining multi-generational comedy of errors, full of laughs and tender moments. Still closeted, but very much wanting to come out, Lauren (Writer-Director Jenna Laurenzo) brings her girlfriend home for Thanksgiving with the intent of coming out to her extended family. Little does she know that every effort to come out will be thwarted.

First, Lauren’s male roommate arrives for dinner and the family assumes he’s the boyfriend. As more and more family members arrive it seems less and less likely that Lauren will find her voice. Little does Lauren know that her family all has their own surprises and secrets. The result is a hilarious turn of events forcing the family to come together in a ceremonious series of coincidences and, as it turns out, there is no good time to drop the LEZ BOMB.

This star-studded cast, including the vivacious Cloris Leachman and Bruce Dern as Lauren’s grandparents, Steve Guttenberg, Kevin Pollack, Elaine Hendrix, and Caitlin Mehner, is a true ensemble. Bobby Farrelly, known for his work on DUMB AND DUMBER and THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY, is the executive producer.

TICKET PRICES:   $11.00 General Admission     $9.00 for WOW Members
Tickets purchased online will be held at will call of the venue of your first screening. Punch-cards and passes purchased online will have to be picked up starting September 29th at Self Serve Toys located at 3904B Central Ave SE (505-265-5815). You will NOT receive your pass or punch-card in the mail or at the venues. To pick up your online order, we ask that you bring along a picture ID to redeem your purchases. Simply showing up with a printout or a confirmation number isn't enough.

See also: Reel World

Watch OUT West

The Way OUT West Film Festival returns to Albuquerque Friday, Oct. 12 to Thursday, Oct. 18. Formerly known as the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, this international showcase for features, documentaries and shorts has been running since 2003. The opening night Showcase Film (playing Oct. 12 at 7pm) is Matt Tyrnauer’s documentary Studio 54, which charts the rise and fall of New York’s legendarily hedonistic disco hotspot Studio 54. That’s followed (at 9:30pm) by a screening of John Waters’ 1981 cult film Polyester, starring Divine and Tab Hunter. The closing night film (Oct. 18 at 8:45pm) is Ondi Timoner’s biopic Mapplethrope, starring Matt Smith (“Doctor Who”) as the controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. In between you can choose international dramas like Eva + Candela (Cómo te Llamas?) from Colombia, documentaries like the feminist filmmaker chronicle Dykes, Camera, Action! and queer comedies such as the French rom-com Kiss Me! The popular shorts compilations “Fun in Girl’s Shorts” and “Where the Boys Are” also make a return appearance. Tickets are $11 per film or $9 for Way OUT West members. Four-film punchcards run $40, eight-film punchcards are $75, and $125 gets you a full festival pass. All screenings take place at Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE). For a complete schedule of films and times, go to

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