- Walk-In Theatre Double Feature: Donnie Darko/ Turbo Kid
- What do the films Donnie Darko and Turbo Kid have in common? They're both being screened on a back-to-back bill at Comic Book Hideout's monthly Walk-In Theatre double feature night! Revisit the moody 2001 psychological drama with Jake Gyllenhaal as ...
- SXSW: Jake Gyllenhaal Talks Favorite Roles, From 'Donnie Darko' to 'Nightcrawler'
- When Jake Gyllenhaal was 5 years old, he observed two weeks of rehearsals for the 1988 drama “Running on Empty,” written by his mother, Naomi Foner. “I remember sitting with my mom,” Gyllenhaal said on Saturday afternoon at South by Southwest.
- Campout Cinema: Donnie Darko
- At Campout Cinema, you get comfy in the Sky Church with your pillow and sleeping bag, and there is a bar (with spiked hot chocolate!) and snacks like hot dogs and s'mores. Before this 15th anniversary screening, there will be an acoustic performance of ...
- Anthrax Release 'Blood Eagle Wings' Video Featuring Donnie Darko Star
- On Wednesday Anthrax Release 'Blood Eagle Wings' Video Featuring Donnie Darko Star was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Anthrax have released an eight-minute torture-themed video for their track Blood Eagle Wings, featuring Donnie Darko ...
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- A protagonist, played by James Duval (known for his roles in Donnie Darko and Gregg Araki's Teen Apocalypse Trilogy), initially resists the carnage but eventually succumbs to his own graphic fate, inspired by the song's title.
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