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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.
Read about our ticket prices, box office and seating.
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House

Fri., January 3, 2020

Directed by Nobuhiko Obayahshi. Japan. 1977. R. 1 hour 28 minutes. 35mm.

How to describe Nobuhiko Obayahshi’s 1977 movie House AKA Hasu? As a psychedelic ghost tale? A stream-of-consciousness bedtime story? An episode of Scooby Doo as directed by Dario Argento? Any of the above will do for this hallucinatory head trip about a schoolgirl who travels with six classmates to her ailing aunt’s creaky country home, only to come face to face with evil spirits, bloodthirsty pianos . . .

Horror Bowl

Sun., February 2, 2020

It’s Fright Night’s equivalent of the “Big Game”: three horror film favorites from genre MVP John Carpenter! Enjoy THE THING, PRINCE OF DARKNESS and IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS on the big screen – plus other fun, frightfully festive stuff!
Film Schedule:
1:00 PM Prince of Darkness  – 1987. R. 1 hour 42 minutes.
3:15 PM In the Mouth of Madness – 1994. R. 1 hour 35 minutes.
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Chopping Mall

Fri., February 7, 2020

Directed by Jim Wynorski. US. 1986. R. 1 hour 17 minutes. AGFA. Digital.

Where shopping costs you an arm and a leg! A group of teens, including Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator) and Kelli Maroney (Night of the Comet), sneak into a mall. But they soon find themselves confronted with a team of blood-thirsty, high-tech Robo-killers. Packed with familiar faces from the Roger Corman stable (Paul Bartel, Mary Woronov, Dick Miller), this movie crams more murders, lasers, and exploding robots into . . .

Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning

Fri., March 6, 2020

Directed by Danny Steinmann. US. 1985. R. 1 hour 32 minutes. Paramount. 35mm.

Years after Tommy Jarvis (John Shepard) murdered hockey-masked serial killer Jason Voorhees, he resides in a mental hospital and struggles with the trauma of the experience. When Tommy moves to an isolated halfway house, he has nightmares about Jason’s return, and soon one of the patients (Dominick Brascia) is killed. As the body count grows, Tommy begins to question his sanity and wonder if Jason has risen from . . .