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Cult Cinema

$10 Adult // $8 Seniors (62+) & Students // $7 Members & Children <13 // PLUS $1 Processing Fee added to Adult and Senior tickets.
Member passes are accepted at most cult films. Click on the film title to confirm.
Special screenings and marathons priced as noted in the show description.
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Trading Places

Fri., December 20, 2019

Directed by John Landis. US. 1983. R. 1 hour 56 minutes. Paramount. Digital .

In this comedic twist on Pygmalion and The Prince and the Pauper, the roles of wealthy executive Louis Winthorpe III (Dan Aykroyd) and homeless conman Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy) are switched by betting brokers Mortimer (Don Ameche) and Randolph Duke (Ralph Bellamy). While Louis learns what it’s like to be down-and-out, Billy Ray enjoys the high life –complete with a posh home and loyal servant Colman . . .

Flash Gordon

Fri., January 17, 2020

Directed by Mark Hodges. United States. 1993. PG. 1 hour 54 minutes. Universal. Digital.

When the evil alien emperor Ming the Merciless (Max von Sydow) plots the earth’s destruction, New York Jets football hero Flash Gordon (Sam J. Jones) travels to the planet Mongo to defeat the vicious villain and save the world! This sci-fi classic features exciting action sequences, campy humor, spectacular special effects and the music of Queen . . .

Army of Darkness

Fri., February 21, 2020

Directed by Sam Raimi. United States. 1993. R. 1 hour 21 minutes. Universal.

After the events of Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn, our hero Ash is transported back to medieval days, where he is captured by the dreaded Lord Arthur. Aided by the deadly chainsaw that has become his only friend, Ash is sent on a perilous mission to recover the Book of the Dead, a powerful tome that gives its owner the power to summon an army of ghouls . . .

Miami Connection

Fri., March 20, 2020

Directed by Richard Park & Y.K. Kim. US. 1987. R. 1 hour 23 minutes. AGFA.

Motorcycle ninjas tighten their grip on Florida’s narcotics trade, viciously annihilating anyone who dares move in on their turf. Multi-national martial arts rock band Dragon Sound have had enough, and embark on a roundhouse wreck-wave of crime-crushing justice. When not performing their hit song “Against the Ninja,” the band is kicking and chopping at the drug world’s smelliest underbelly. It’ll take every ounce of . . .