Somehow, it's already been a full year since our droogs over at the Young Lions Music Club celebrated the scariest movie, like, ever in a Shining-themed multimedia spectacular. And since the Toronto International Film Festival has rolled around yet again, the YLMC peeps have decided to put together another ode to a classic Stanley Kubrick flick. This time it's A Clockwork Orange. Most of the details of the immersive event are still under warps, but we do know that it will involve "a host of actors... and projection/art installations/mannequins pouring moloko from their nipples." We assume it won't involve any actual home invasions, bloody violence, or strapping you into a chair with your eyelids peeled open while you're forced to watch holocaust footage to a Beethoven soundtrack. At least not until everyone's drunk.Cinema won't be the only thing celebrated, though. They'll also have bands playing — including one of our new Toronto favourites: Weaves — and Broken Social Scenester Brendan Canning on the decks.
It all goes down this Friday and tickets are $17 in advance ($20 at the door). All the details are on Facebook here. And they've put together a great teaser: