FILM: German film, Soul Kitchen, which screened at the SF Int'l Film Festival this year, is described as "a deliciously overstuffed comedy" about a failing restaurant in Hamburg that suddenly gains a cult following, featuring a classic soul and funk soundtrack.

7:15 and 9:25 p.m. // Red Vic Movie House (1727 Haight St) // $6-9

PARTY: Come dressed to the nines in "Fetish, Vintage Formal, Black & White, Swells and Flappers, Guys and Dolls, Gangsters and Molls, silent film Heroes/Heroines" for the Sleazy Speakeasy, Roaring '20s Costume Gala and Bondage A Go Go's 17th Anniversary Party. The event features live music and dancing with Lost Dog Found, cabaret/burlesque by the Hubba Hubba Revue, and DJs Damon Bananas, Sid Shatter and Tommy (Gunn) Diablo.

8:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. // Glas Kat Supperclub (520 4th St) // $20

MUSIC: SF's Myonics mass-up a strangely appealing mix of hardcore and psychedelia, Atlanta's Carnivores describe themselves as "noisy and brain-ripping melodic doo-wop surf tuneage," and we're not sure who Lens is.

9 p.m. // Hemlock Tavern (1131 Polk St) // $6