Tonight at 10 p.m., Williamsburg's Spectacle Theater will screen 40-minutes of rare Nirvana footage. They describe the project—named after the B-side to "Pennyroyal Tea," I Hate Myself And I Want To Die—as a biographical story of the band "through the media detritus left in Kurt Cobain's wake." The narrative-compilation was created out of "lost interviews, rabid fan tributes, insensitive true-crime shows, crushing live footage, and even Kurt’s long-lost 1984 homemade horror film, Horror Movies." Here's the trailer from when they tried this out last year:

Later this year In Utero will turn 20 years old, and Live! Tonight! Sold Out!! (the VHS that you made your parents watch so they'd "get" you) will turn 19: