Saturday, December 30 - Doors 8pm - $7 adv.
Celebrating 25 years of sick and twisted animated fun!
SPIKE AND MIKE'S SICK AND TWISTED FESTIVAL OF ANIMATION
Featuring brand new animated shorts! The Magic Bag has been hosting the Sick and Twisted Festival since 1992, taking credit for unleashing Beavis and Butthead for the first time to unsuspecting Detroit-area audiences. Other festivals were highlighted by premiers of "The Spirit of Christmas" and "Frosty", early works by South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker. In recent years, the Festival has introduced new episodes of Happy Tree Friends, cutesy animals whose antics lead to often unspeakable violence.
Spike Decker and Mike Gribble have been producing and showcasing new animation for almost three decades, a pretty bit feat when you consider that Mike has been dead for nearly 20 years. The Sick and Twisted Festival plays to sold out houses regularly throughout North America.