FILM: Our favorite part of the Kill Bill magnum opus? Daryl Hannah as Elle Driver. Which is surprising since she's never been good in anything, ever. (Quentin Tarantino, if we may snit, is one of the best director's for women.) And, well, Lucy Lui is also pretty jarring as O-Ren Ishii, especially when being questioned about her "half-breed" make up. You can catch both performances when Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) and Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) -- wherein Uma Thurman plays an ex-assassin/bride left for dead who gets revenge on those who betrayed her -- screens tonight.
7 p.m. (Vol. 1) & 9:10 p.m. (Vol. 2) // Castro Theatre (Castro & Market) // $10
MUSIC: Described by L.C. Mason at SFBG as "wide-eyed weirdos from Sacramento" who are "new heirs to the throne of maniacal sound," Ganglians perform "freewheeling ditties of sonic glee and pop sludge riddled with ennui." (Just like Liza Minnelli, only more hipster-ish. Well, sort o.f. Be sure to check them out. With the Fresh & Onlys and the Hospitals opens.
8 p.m. // Amnesia (853 Valencia)
COMEDY: "Internet sensation" Jon Lajoie will try to get you to spew Zima out of your nose when he takes to the stage to do his stand-up act. Hilarity will ensue.
8 p.m. & 10:15 p.m. // Cobb's Comedy Club (915 Columbus) // $20.50