The lady-lovin' cinephiles over at the Hollywood Theatre's Broad Spectrum series are really on fire. They've screened films like Ghost World, Secretary, and Barbarella, all with tons of little bonuses at each event... pajama parties, BDSM lessons, and prize raffles. Broad Spectrum is neat. I like them. But this Valentine's Day... I LOVE them.

They're showing David Lynch's weird-ass 1990 film Wild at Heart, which is kinda the perfect movie to watch on this holiday—your love life, or lack thereof, will look peaceful and not insane in comparison to the hurricane of crazy love that is Lula and Sailor. If the thrashing sex-frenzy of Laura Dern and Nicolas Cage is not enough to wet your whistle, check out this supporting cast: Willem Dafoe, Harry Dean Stanton, Diane Ladd, Isabella Rossellini, Crispin Glover, Sherilyn Fenn, Jack Nance, and Sheryl Lee. Now, that is hot stuff. If you've never seen this film, buckle up, lovas! You're in for a stark-raving trip to Oz.

David Lynch's Wild at Heart on 35mm
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy
Friday, Feb. 14 at 7:30 pm, $8, tix
Or $25 for two tickets, bottle o' champs, heart locket w/surprise pictures inside
$50 gift certificate to Oh Baby for best costume
(Get gussied up: Time to check those chompers and slap on some makeup!)

Special David Lynch Bonus: The Pie Spot (521 NE 24th) has been showing episodes of Twin Peaks every week on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 pm. ACES!