Events for October 18th, 2009
Directed by Tod Browning and Rowland Lee. US and UK. 1932 and 1939. NR. 75 and 99 min.
- Sun, Oct 18, 2:00 pm
As any true fan of Universal Pictures classic age of horror will tell you, Bela Lugosi’s original Dracula started it all in terms of spawning the major cycle of horror films in the early 1930s that continued for almost 20 years thereafter, and echoes of which are still felt today. The staging of this benchmark film is stunning, filled with creepy visuals and highly melodramatic atmosphere. More»
Directed by Nora Ephron. US. 2009. PG-13. 123 min.
Fri, Oct 2 thru Thu, Oct 22 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
“Julie & Julia, directed by Nora Ephron, is only partly a movie about Julia Child. Ephron adapted the script from two sources: Child’s posthumously published 2006 memoir (co-written with Alex Prud’homme) “My Life in France” and Julie Powell’s entertaining, soufflé-light memoir — from which the movie gets its name — a recounting of the year Powell spent cooking every recipe in Child’s 1961 classic “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.” (Powell’s book got its start as a blog hosted by Salon.) More»