FILM: You have until Thursday to catch Love Exposure, the entertainingly "dark and sick" epic by Japanese poet-turned-auteur Sion Sono, which broke art house box office records in Japan and "is the sort of film that reminds you why you love going to the movies in the first place." (7:30 p.m., Roxie Theater, 3117 16th Street)

MUSIC: After a six-year hiatus, early Elephant 6 collective, The Olivia Tremor Control, are back performing their dreamlike indie pop, which dips from "clangy brass to whispers to experimental acoustic," to enraptured fans. (7 p.m., The Great American Music Hall, 859 O'Farrell Street)

COMEDY: Check out some queer and queer friendly comedy, at Martuni's monthly QComedy Showcase, featuring headliner Mark Davis, Natasha Muse, Lilibeth Helson, Dana Cory, author/musician/Qcomedy co-founder Larry Bob, and presented by Femcee Sandra O. Noshi-Di'n't, along with a surprise guest. (8 p.m., Martuni's, 4 Valencia Street)