Directed by Joseph Zito. US. 1984. R. 1 hour 31 minutes. Paramount. 35mm.
If you thought that the seemingly unstoppable killer Jason Voorhees was finally stopped in Friday the 13th Part III, then you were wrong – dead wrong. Having recovered from his wounds in the previous film, Jason goes back to doing what he does best – terrorizing teens. This time his targets include Crispin Glover, Kimberly Beck and a twelve-year-old Corey Feldman. But unlike the previous two films, the tables have . . .
Directed by Jim Sharman. US. 1975. R. 1 hour 40 minutes. Fox. Digital.
Tickets on sale Fri, Sep 1 at 12:30PM.
The Colonial is once again bringing The Rocky Horror Picture Show to the stage, complete with costume contest, pre-show, full shadow cast, and prop bags for sale with everything you’ll need for participation ($5). No confetti, rice, glass bottles, super-soakers, lighters, or food from the outside will be permitted.
This show is NOT suitable for children. Anyone under . . .
Directed by Tommy Lee Wallace. US. 1982. R. 1 hour 38 minutes. Universal. Digital.
When co-creators John Carpenter and Debra Hill were approached to make another Halloween movie, they were very reluctant. They didn’t want to rehash the same plot over-and-over again, so they proposed a unique idea: create a series of stand-alone sequels that take place on Halloween – but do not involve Michael Myers. Serving as the producers (and uncredited writers), they hired director Tommy Lee Wallace and . . .
Directed by George Romero. US. 1968. R. 1 hour 36 minutes. Janus Films. Digital Restoration.
“Closer than anything we’ve seen to the definitive version of the film.” –George Romero
To commemorate the recent passing of director George Romero and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his groundbreaking horror masterpiece, the Colonial is proud to present the 4K Restoration of Night of the Living Dead on the most appropriate of occasions – Halloween!
After corpses mysteriously come back from the dead to kill the living, a . . .
Directed by Frank LaLoggia. US. 1988. NR. 1 hour 53 minutes. MGM. 35mm.
In the annals of the most overlooked ‘80s horror movies, Lady in White tops the list. And that’s a shame because it’s one of the most original, heartfelt and sublimely scary horror movies ever made. Thanks to a couple of bullies, Frankie Scarlatti (Lukas Haas) finds himself trapped in his grade school cloakroom on Halloween night. While struggling to free himself, Frankie meets the ghost of a young . . .
Directed by Stanley Kubrick. US. 1980. R. 2 hours 26 minutes. Warner. Digital.
Martin Scorsese calls it one of the scariest movies ever made. Stephen King declares it an abomination of his book. No matter which side of the hedge maze you fall on, everyone can agree that Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of The Shining is visually stunning, tremendously creepy and not quickly forgotten. Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson), an out-of-work teacher and alcoholic, takes a job as the winter caretaker at . . .