“I don’t know about you Miss Kitty, but I feel so much yummier.” — Catwoman
You too can feel yummy come Monday, when Joseph Keckler presents Tim Burton’s “Batman Returns” at New York’s IFC Center as part of the Queer/Art/Film series.
At 8pm, Catwoman and company will grace the screen via performance artist and goth opera wunderkind Joseph Keckler, who remembers being “entranced by the deformed and power-hungry Penguin (Danny DeVito) and even more by the revelation of Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer): undergoing a vampire-like interspecies resuscitation, she transforms from the scattered, apologetic and subservient Selina Kyle to an oversexed vigilante, whip in hand. Still floating around in the collective unconscious of my generation, like trash in the sewers of Gotham, are fantasies of being with her and being her, of coming back to life with claws.”
The screening will be followed by drinks and discussion at Julius Bar (159 West 10th St. at Waverly), the oldest gay bar in New York City…