FRIGHT NIGHT AND CULT FILM TICKETS
$9.00 Regular Adult Admission
$7.00 Seniors (62+) & Students w/ID
$5.00 Members & Children <13
$1.00 per ticket service fee
Special screenings, marathons priced as noted in the show description.
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Directed by Erik Hollander. US. 2007. NR. 100 min. Finatic Productions. DVD.
- Sat, Jun 15, 2:00 pm
Join us before “Jaws” at 4:30pm for this special screening of “The Shark is Still Working,” a documentary about the enduring legacy and impact of this movie classic. The doc’s producer James-Michael Roddy will be here to introduce the film and for a Q&A afterwards. This screening is FREE with your purchase of a ticket to see “Jaws!” More»
Directed by Steven Spielberg. US. 1975. PG. 124 min. Universal. 35mm.
- Sat, Jun 15, 4:30 pm
Join usat 2PM, before “Jaws,” for a special screening of “The Shark is Still Working,” a documentary about the enduring legacy and impact of this movie classic. The doc’s producer James-Michael Roddy will be here to introduce the film and for a Q&A afterwards. This screening is FREE with your purchase of a ticket to see “Jaws!” There are very few films in the history of cinema that can be considered perfect. “Jaws” is, without a doubt, one of them. Plagued with production problems of all sorts “Jaws” emerged as the first summer blockbuster and changed movies forever. This is a true classic of the silver screen and one of the most quotable movies of all time. Get to the theater early because there is a good chance “we’re going to need a bigger boat.” (Bob Trate)
Directed by Rick Sloane. 1988. R. 92 min. DVD.
- Fri, Jun 21, 9:45 pm
Colonial MSTies, this June we invite you to witness a B-Movie so bad that its own director (Rick Sloan) submitted it to the writers of Mystery Science Theater 3000. In this episode of our favorite show, Mike and the Bots attempt to stomach this gourmet cheese plate deluxe. Hobgoblins embodies the wanton corny decadence of the 80’s so succinctly that our space bound companions end up mocking not just a movie, but an entire decade. Join the Colonial Crew for another trip up to the Satellite of Love! (Chuck Francisco)
Directed by Martha Coolidge. US. 1983. R. 99 min. MGM. 35mm.
- Fri, Jul 19, 9:45 pm
“Valley Girl” is many things. It’s both an electrifying love story and on of the best 80s time capsules. Nicolas Cage and Deborah Foreman have so much hot chemistry, I think it blew up my Beta player. Coolidge brilliantly explores social pressure and how all-consuming first loves can be. “Valley Girl” has one of the greatest soundtracks of all time and helps to define the decade. Whether you watch it for the music, the great performances, or for the “that’s exactly how I felt when I first fell in love” feeling, you will for sure have a, like, totally tubular time every time you pop in your copy of this treasure. It’s amazing from start to finish. (Ryan Danner, The Scarecrow Video Movie Guide)