FILM: Bad Movie Night kicks off its "Belated '80s Sequels" series with Oliver Stone's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, A.V. Club notes, "The first time around, Wall Street felt like a warning about the perils of excess just as excess started to exact its toll. This one’s little more than a reminder that we all got, and remain, screwed. " (8 p.m., Dark Room Theater, 2263 Mission Street)

MUSIC: S.F.'s Zodiac Death Valley, describe themselves as "[c]actus flower romanticism junk rock echoing the hardened curbside soul of The Haight and Mission districts, dark sailor music extracted from the cold bawdy Barbary waterfront, and sparkling vibrant optimism like a Dolores Park Summer day," with guests L.A.'s Icarus Line and Oakland's Nectarine Pie. (8 p.m., Cafe Du Nord, 2170 Market Street)

READING: George Albon and Dennis Phillips, two award-winning authors and leaders in the national avant garde poetry scene, will both be reading at City Lights tonight. Dennis Phillips will read from his new collection of poetry, Navigation, and George Albon will read from recent and selected poems. (5 p.m., City Lights Bookstore, 261 Columbus Avenue)