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Fright Night

$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 fright night films. Click on the film title to confirm.
Special screenings and marathons priced as noted in the show description.
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Splatterfest 8

Sat., August 31, 2019


Sponsored by Shorty's Sunflower Cafe

General Admission Doors & SplatterFEAST Attendees at 5:00 PM- Marathon at 6:00 PM

When Labor Day Weekend arrives, it can mean only one thing… The Colonial Theatre’s Splatterfest VIII: International Splat! Once again, we’re serving up FIVE of the most outlandish and entertaining horror movies ever made, including, slasher favorite The Slumber Party Massacre, a brand-new restoration of The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue . . .

Joe Bob Briggs presents “How Rednecks Saved Hollywood” Live

Fri., October 4, 2019

Tickets on sale Fri, May 3 @ 12:30PM.

Spend a fast-and-furious two hours with America’s drive-in movie critic as he uses over 200 clips and stills to review the history of rednecks in America as told through the classics of both grindhouse and mainstream movies. You will learn:

The identity of the first redneck in history.
The precise date the first redneck arrived in America.
The most sacred redneck cinematic moments.
How Thunder Road . . .

An American Werewolf in London

Fri., October 18, 2019

Directed by John Landis. US. 1981. R. 1 hour 37 minutes. Universal. 4K Digital Restoration .
Sponsored by Level Up Outfitters

John Landis’ outlandish horror classic returns to the Colonial just in time for Halloween! David (David Naughton) and Jack (Griffin Dunne), two American college students, are backpacking through Britain when a large wolf attacks them. David survives with a bite, but Jack is brutally killed. As David heals in the hospital, he’s plagued by violent nightmares of his mutilated friend, who warns David that he is becoming a werewolf . . .