The Immortal Hulk Hogan's 1989 film No Holds Barred will be returing to theaters for at least one night.
The Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn, New York will be hosting a rare screening of the movie tonight in 35mm. It was the first-ever WWE film production. Tickets can be found here.
A note from the theater:
"Hulk Hogan's legendary move from star of the ring to star of the silver screen is a muscle filled spectacle full of body slams, choke holds, and one-liners that really stick to the ribs. Hogan has a certain sunburnt charisma as "Rip Thomas," a barely transposed analog for himself, a wrestler plagued by corporate stooges who have no respect for the sport and only want to exploit his likeness for profits. After shoving a check down one such stooge's throat, they get the message and refocus their attention on the gigantic Zeus ("Tiny" Lister, FRIDAY). After much ado, including a bizarre romantic subplot that has nods to Capra's IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT, the movie leads up to what we've all been waiting for: NO RULES WRASSLIN'!"
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