Directed by Iain Softley. US. 1995. PG-13. 107 minutes. MGM. 35mm.
A box office bomb upon its initial release, Hackers has developed a cult following among millennials who caught its frequent cable airings during the early days of the internet. A rag tag group of computer hackers (led by Trainspotting’s Johnny Lee Miller and a then unknown Angelina Jolie) try to stay one step ahead of an evil corporate security officer (Fisher Stevens) hell bent on jailing them to prevent . . .
Directed by John Badham. US. 1977. R. 118 minutes. Paramount. Digital.
Special 40th Anniversary Celebration with a pre-screening Disco Dance Party featuring the vinyl-spinning talents of the Thrifty Discount DJs! It’s hard to believe that it’s been 40 years since John Travolta strutted across the screen to the chart-topping sounds of the Bee Gees in this blockbuster slice-of-life drama. During the day, Brooklyn working stiff Tony Manero (Travolta) hustles paint and plywood in neighborhood . . .
Directed by Lance Mungia. US. 1998. PG-13. 91 minutes. Palm Pictures. 35mm.
What happens when you mix a 50s rock musical with The Road Warrior and The Wizard of Oz and then add dashes of Spaghetti Western and Shaw Brothers Kung-Fu for good measure? You get Six-String Samurai! After nuclear war has transformed most of the U.S. into a wasteland, the titular hero (Jeffrey Falcon) journeys across the devastated country with an orphan (Justin McGuire) in search of refuge . . .
Directed by Joe Cornish. UK. 2011. R. 88 minutes. Sony. Digital.
An anything-but-average aliens attack flick, this modern cult classic finds a twenty-something nurse (Jodie Whittaker), the friendly neighborhood pot dealer (Nick Frost), a visiting stoner (Luke Treadaway), and a teenage street gang (led by current Star Wars hero John Boyega) banding together to prevent an invasion of deadly creatures from taking over their council block – and the world! As funny as it is frightening, this edge-of . . .
Directed by Jim Henson. US. 1986. PG. 1 hour 41 minutes. Sony. Digital.
Jim Henson’s classic fantasy is coming back to the Colonial – and you’re invited to experience its magic like never before! QUOTE-ALONG! LABYRINTH makes the audience active participants in Sarah’s quest to save her baby brother from Jareth the Goblin King! Thanks to on-screen subtitles and participation prompts, you and your fellow fans will sing David Bowie’s classic songs, quote your favorite lines, and get . . .