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Donnie Darko
“In 2001, 27-year-old writer-director Richard Kelly created a pop classic of American suburban paranoia in Donnie Darko. This film made Tears for Fears hip (kind of) and had a tremendous discovery in the young Jake Gyllenhaal, playing Donnie, a high-school kid on medication for the symptoms...
October 30 & 31
"Based on real events from a 1998 lawsuit, PERCY follows a small-town farmer who takes on a giant corporation (Monsanto) after their GMOs interfere with his crops. As he starts the fight against them, he realizes he's like thousands of other disenfranchised farmers around the world...
Opens October 23
Oliver Sacks: His Own Life
“First-rate. Sacks’ insights into his own psychological journey, which includes a poignant late life romance after decades of celibacy, are wonderfully perceptive, but equally invaluable are those of his colleagues — a brilliant assemblage of artists and scientists who love him...
October 27, 28 & 29
Army of Darkness
"Hilarious and unexpectedly adventurous, this horror/comedy is like Indiana Jones meets Sinbad in the three worlds of Gulliver." - Gone with the Twins "Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness delivers a great conclusion to what is one of the most unique trilogies in cinema history,...
October 31
On the Rocks
Sophia Coppola tells a father-daughter story with Rashida Jones and Bill Murray
October 23 - 25; November 1st
Memories of Murder
A big-city detective helps two inept small-town cops investigate a serial killer. "2003's Memories Of Murder is one of Bong Joon-ho's (Parasite) most acclaimed films, a Zodiac-esque tale of the police hunt for a serial killer in South Korea, blending thrills and pathos and gags in...
October 23 - 26
The Lost Boys
"The Lost Boys is a nice balance of the genres, thus appealing to wide tastes. The film is fun, and not too frightening, and delivers lines with impeccable timing." - Anchorage Press
October 24 & 27
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Sally, Franklin and their three friends run out of gas while driving to their grandfather's house. One by one they are tormented and killed by a chainsaw-wielding killer and his psychopathic family. "The most purely horrifying horror movie ever made." - Empire
Oct 28
Talking Pictures: Don't Look Now
Let's talk movies! Filmmaker Terrance Odette is bringing us 'Don't Look Now,' a masterpiece of horror cinema and one of best British films ever made. This is a rare chance to see it on the big screen! We'll talk about the movie after the screening and all are welcome.
October 29
The Shining
"A masterpiece." In accordance with the Kubrick legend, the process of making the movie took meticulousness to staggering levels.The result is gloriously precision-made. Every frame of the film brims with Kubrick's genius for implying psychological purpose in setting. This was horror...
October 30
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW is a magical phenomenon unlike anything ever before seen onscreen. Borrowing largely from cinema's horror conventions, the film begins as an innocent young couple is stranded at the home of a mad scientist who is building the perfect man. The castle is filled with...
October 31
The Projectionist
"This documentary portrait of theater operator Nicolas “Nick” Nicolaou moves from 1970s Times Square adult film houses through decades of city regulation, chain takeovers, and cultural shifts, charting a charming odyssey through the history of film exhibition and New York City....
Starts November 2
"Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan have both shown exceptional range, depth, and intensity on screen, but Ammonite reveals new colours. In this story of a visionary scientist and the young woman who changes her life, these two stars deliver performances of raw electricity."
Opens November 13
The Climb
"Thrilling and charming in a way that very few comedies ever are." - "What impresses most is that the laughs and bittersweet insights into rollercoaster relationships never flag - and that is what really elevates this comedy to greatness." - The Wrap
Opens November 13
The Last Vermeer
"This once notorious, now nearly forgotten story easily captures and holds our interest, and Friedkin's smooth and unostentatious direction never gets in the way of the material." - Variety
Opens November 20
"A poetic character study on the forgotten and downtrodden, Nomadland beautifully captures the restlessness left in the wake of the Great Recession." - Rotten Tomatoes  "A role and story drawn from life, "Nomadland" feels like classic fiction." - Toronto Star 

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