Midnight Movies Jun 07
- $13 General Public
- $9 Students & Seniors
- $8 Members
At the stroke of midnight every Friday this summer, begin the weekend by joining us for screenings of all manner of things psychotronic and cultish, from the rare to the oft-rewatched, from the gross to the hysterical to the bloodcurdling—and beyond. We promise to maintain our 35mm-only tradition whenever possible!
Meathead trucker Kurt Russell descends into the underground catacombs of San Francisco’s Chinatown to battle an assortment of tong gangs, apemen, demons, and three “human storms” in an effort to rescue two kidnapped women and thwart the evil plot of an age-old mythical magician.Read more »
Friday, June 2811:59pm
Patricia Arquette plays a femme fatale and her double, Bill Pullman inexplicably turns into Bathazaar Getty, Robert Blake is a freakish Mystery Man, Robert Loggia an over the top gangster, Trent Reznor does the music, and Marilyn Manson plays a porn star. Are you in?Read more »
Unfortunately, this screening has been cancelled.
Reunited by chance, a Holocaust survivor (Charlotte Rampling) and a former SS officer (Dirk Bogarde) resume their sadomasochistic romance 13 years after the end of the war. Break out the chains and broken glass!Read more »
Three years after the seminal Richard Pryor: Live in Concert (a past Midnight Movies selection), and two after setting himself on fire while freebasing, the comic genius returned for another extraordinary filmed concert performance.Read more »
A disturbed young man raised in a circus “stars” as his armless mother’s missing limbs in a macabre stage show--and off-stage too--in this one-of-a-kind surrealist masterpiece by the legendary Alejandro Jodorowsky.Read more »
Special midnight screening on opening night of doc Room 237!
All work and no play makes blocked novelist cum hotel caretaker Jack Nicholson a raging, murderous psychopath in Kubrick’s mordantly funny, genuinely terrifying horror classic.Read more »
Friday, March 2911:59pm
A young boy who witnessed his parents’ murder at the hands of an axe-wielding Santa grows up to become a deranged killer himself in the notorious ‘80s shocker that so outraged family groups, the film’s original distributor pulled it from cinemas after only a week.Read more »
In the most sensationally scary-funny creep-out movie since Gremlins, an army of extraterrestrial slugs hitches a ride on an asteroid, crash-lands in the sleepy, deer-hunting hamlet of Wheelsy, South Carolina, and sets about feasting on the local population.Read more »
Rock out to Led Zeppelin live at Madison Square Garden at the height of their majestic glory (read: self-indulgent bombast); wince at the even more self-indulgent fantasy sequences; gape in awe at Robert Plant’s chest hair and Jimmy Page’s strung-out guitar pyrotechnics. It’s July 1973: Does anybody remember laughter?Read more »
A wickedly satirical intergalactic-war spectacle in which a cast of plastic Aryan ciphers battle the “bug” inhabitants of planet Klendathu. With its delirious Nazi stylings and berserk scenes of over-the-top carnage, this may be the most insane and decadent action spectacle ever made.Read more »
In this visually stunning and underrated eco-shocker, the murder of a millionaire property developer puts New York cop Albert Finney on a trail that leads from the skyscrapers of Wall Street to the slum wastelands of the Bronx—where highly-evolved predators stalk human prey.Read more »
The Kobal Collection