Calendar

Jul
14
Fri
The Graduate
Jul 14 all-day
The Graduate

Held over until 7/20!

Wednesday (7/12) 7:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/13) 7:30 p.m.

Friday (7/14) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/15) 7:45 p.m. & 3:15 p.m.
Sunday (7/16) 3:15 p.m

Wednesday (7/19) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 5:30 p.m.

 

“One word: plastics.” “Are you here for an affair?” These lines and others became cultural touchstones, as 1960s youth rebellion seeped into the California upper middle-class in Mike Nichols’ landmark hit. Mentally adrift the summer after graduating from college, suburbanite Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) would rather float in his parents’ pool than follow adult advice about his future. But the exhortation of family friend Mr. Robinson (Murray Hamilton) to seize every possible opportunity inspires Ben to accept an offer of sex from icily feline Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). The affair and the pool are all well and good until Ben is pushed to go out with the Robinsons’ daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross) and he falls in love with her. Mrs. Robinson sabotages the relationship and an understandably disgusted Elaine runs back to college. Determined not to let Elaine get away, Ben follows her to school and then disrupts her family-sanctioned wedding. None too happy about her pre-determined destiny, Elaine flees with Ben — but to what?

This 4K restoration was created from the 35mm original camera negative by the
Criterion Collection. The color timing was done by referencing a previous color grading
that had been supervised by Grover Crisp at Sony Pictures and approved by director
Mike Nichols

“Suddenly, here toward the year’s end, when the new films are plunging toward the wire
and the prospects of an Oscar-worthy long shot coming through get progressively more
dim, there sweeps ahead a film that is not only one of the best of the year, but also one
of the best seriocomic social satires we’ve had from Hollywood since Preston Sturges
was making them…Mark it right down in your datebook as a picture you’ll have to see—
and maybe see twice to savor all its sharp satiric wit and cinematic treats…Funny,
outrageous, and touching, The Graduate is a sophisticated film that puts Mr. Nichols
and his associates on a level with any of the best satirists working abroad today.”
– Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

“A landmark! Just as pungent – and funny – as ever!” – Leonard Maltin

106min | PG | Comedy, Drama

Directed by: Mike Nichols

 

 

 

The Wickerman
Jul 14 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

Jul
15
Sat
The Graduate
Jul 15 all-day
The Graduate

Held over until 7/20!

Wednesday (7/12) 7:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/13) 7:30 p.m.

Friday (7/14) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/15) 7:45 p.m. & 3:15 p.m.
Sunday (7/16) 3:15 p.m

Wednesday (7/19) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 5:30 p.m.

 

“One word: plastics.” “Are you here for an affair?” These lines and others became cultural touchstones, as 1960s youth rebellion seeped into the California upper middle-class in Mike Nichols’ landmark hit. Mentally adrift the summer after graduating from college, suburbanite Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) would rather float in his parents’ pool than follow adult advice about his future. But the exhortation of family friend Mr. Robinson (Murray Hamilton) to seize every possible opportunity inspires Ben to accept an offer of sex from icily feline Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). The affair and the pool are all well and good until Ben is pushed to go out with the Robinsons’ daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross) and he falls in love with her. Mrs. Robinson sabotages the relationship and an understandably disgusted Elaine runs back to college. Determined not to let Elaine get away, Ben follows her to school and then disrupts her family-sanctioned wedding. None too happy about her pre-determined destiny, Elaine flees with Ben — but to what?

This 4K restoration was created from the 35mm original camera negative by the
Criterion Collection. The color timing was done by referencing a previous color grading
that had been supervised by Grover Crisp at Sony Pictures and approved by director
Mike Nichols

“Suddenly, here toward the year’s end, when the new films are plunging toward the wire
and the prospects of an Oscar-worthy long shot coming through get progressively more
dim, there sweeps ahead a film that is not only one of the best of the year, but also one
of the best seriocomic social satires we’ve had from Hollywood since Preston Sturges
was making them…Mark it right down in your datebook as a picture you’ll have to see—
and maybe see twice to savor all its sharp satiric wit and cinematic treats…Funny,
outrageous, and touching, The Graduate is a sophisticated film that puts Mr. Nichols
and his associates on a level with any of the best satirists working abroad today.”
– Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

“A landmark! Just as pungent – and funny – as ever!” – Leonard Maltin

106min | PG | Comedy, Drama

Directed by: Mike Nichols

 

 

 

The Wickerman
Jul 15 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

Jul
16
Sun
The Graduate
Jul 16 all-day
The Graduate

Held over until 7/20!

Wednesday (7/12) 7:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/13) 7:30 p.m.

Friday (7/14) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/15) 7:45 p.m. & 3:15 p.m.
Sunday (7/16) 3:15 p.m

Wednesday (7/19) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 5:30 p.m.

 

“One word: plastics.” “Are you here for an affair?” These lines and others became cultural touchstones, as 1960s youth rebellion seeped into the California upper middle-class in Mike Nichols’ landmark hit. Mentally adrift the summer after graduating from college, suburbanite Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) would rather float in his parents’ pool than follow adult advice about his future. But the exhortation of family friend Mr. Robinson (Murray Hamilton) to seize every possible opportunity inspires Ben to accept an offer of sex from icily feline Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). The affair and the pool are all well and good until Ben is pushed to go out with the Robinsons’ daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross) and he falls in love with her. Mrs. Robinson sabotages the relationship and an understandably disgusted Elaine runs back to college. Determined not to let Elaine get away, Ben follows her to school and then disrupts her family-sanctioned wedding. None too happy about her pre-determined destiny, Elaine flees with Ben — but to what?

This 4K restoration was created from the 35mm original camera negative by the
Criterion Collection. The color timing was done by referencing a previous color grading
that had been supervised by Grover Crisp at Sony Pictures and approved by director
Mike Nichols

“Suddenly, here toward the year’s end, when the new films are plunging toward the wire
and the prospects of an Oscar-worthy long shot coming through get progressively more
dim, there sweeps ahead a film that is not only one of the best of the year, but also one
of the best seriocomic social satires we’ve had from Hollywood since Preston Sturges
was making them…Mark it right down in your datebook as a picture you’ll have to see—
and maybe see twice to savor all its sharp satiric wit and cinematic treats…Funny,
outrageous, and touching, The Graduate is a sophisticated film that puts Mr. Nichols
and his associates on a level with any of the best satirists working abroad today.”
– Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

“A landmark! Just as pungent – and funny – as ever!” – Leonard Maltin

106min | PG | Comedy, Drama

Directed by: Mike Nichols

 

 

 

The Wickerman
Jul 16 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

Jul
19
Wed
The Graduate
Jul 19 all-day
The Graduate

Held over until 7/20!

Wednesday (7/12) 7:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/13) 7:30 p.m.

Friday (7/14) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/15) 7:45 p.m. & 3:15 p.m.
Sunday (7/16) 3:15 p.m

Wednesday (7/19) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 5:30 p.m.

 

“One word: plastics.” “Are you here for an affair?” These lines and others became cultural touchstones, as 1960s youth rebellion seeped into the California upper middle-class in Mike Nichols’ landmark hit. Mentally adrift the summer after graduating from college, suburbanite Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) would rather float in his parents’ pool than follow adult advice about his future. But the exhortation of family friend Mr. Robinson (Murray Hamilton) to seize every possible opportunity inspires Ben to accept an offer of sex from icily feline Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). The affair and the pool are all well and good until Ben is pushed to go out with the Robinsons’ daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross) and he falls in love with her. Mrs. Robinson sabotages the relationship and an understandably disgusted Elaine runs back to college. Determined not to let Elaine get away, Ben follows her to school and then disrupts her family-sanctioned wedding. None too happy about her pre-determined destiny, Elaine flees with Ben — but to what?

This 4K restoration was created from the 35mm original camera negative by the
Criterion Collection. The color timing was done by referencing a previous color grading
that had been supervised by Grover Crisp at Sony Pictures and approved by director
Mike Nichols

“Suddenly, here toward the year’s end, when the new films are plunging toward the wire
and the prospects of an Oscar-worthy long shot coming through get progressively more
dim, there sweeps ahead a film that is not only one of the best of the year, but also one
of the best seriocomic social satires we’ve had from Hollywood since Preston Sturges
was making them…Mark it right down in your datebook as a picture you’ll have to see—
and maybe see twice to savor all its sharp satiric wit and cinematic treats…Funny,
outrageous, and touching, The Graduate is a sophisticated film that puts Mr. Nichols
and his associates on a level with any of the best satirists working abroad today.”
– Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

“A landmark! Just as pungent – and funny – as ever!” – Leonard Maltin

106min | PG | Comedy, Drama

Directed by: Mike Nichols

 

 

 

The Wickerman
Jul 19 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

Jul
20
Thu
The Graduate
Jul 20 all-day
The Graduate

Held over until 7/20!

Wednesday (7/12) 7:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/13) 7:30 p.m.

Friday (7/14) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/15) 7:45 p.m. & 3:15 p.m.
Sunday (7/16) 3:15 p.m

Wednesday (7/19) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 5:30 p.m.

 

“One word: plastics.” “Are you here for an affair?” These lines and others became cultural touchstones, as 1960s youth rebellion seeped into the California upper middle-class in Mike Nichols’ landmark hit. Mentally adrift the summer after graduating from college, suburbanite Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) would rather float in his parents’ pool than follow adult advice about his future. But the exhortation of family friend Mr. Robinson (Murray Hamilton) to seize every possible opportunity inspires Ben to accept an offer of sex from icily feline Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft). The affair and the pool are all well and good until Ben is pushed to go out with the Robinsons’ daughter Elaine (Katharine Ross) and he falls in love with her. Mrs. Robinson sabotages the relationship and an understandably disgusted Elaine runs back to college. Determined not to let Elaine get away, Ben follows her to school and then disrupts her family-sanctioned wedding. None too happy about her pre-determined destiny, Elaine flees with Ben — but to what?

This 4K restoration was created from the 35mm original camera negative by the
Criterion Collection. The color timing was done by referencing a previous color grading
that had been supervised by Grover Crisp at Sony Pictures and approved by director
Mike Nichols

“Suddenly, here toward the year’s end, when the new films are plunging toward the wire
and the prospects of an Oscar-worthy long shot coming through get progressively more
dim, there sweeps ahead a film that is not only one of the best of the year, but also one
of the best seriocomic social satires we’ve had from Hollywood since Preston Sturges
was making them…Mark it right down in your datebook as a picture you’ll have to see—
and maybe see twice to savor all its sharp satiric wit and cinematic treats…Funny,
outrageous, and touching, The Graduate is a sophisticated film that puts Mr. Nichols
and his associates on a level with any of the best satirists working abroad today.”
– Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

“A landmark! Just as pungent – and funny – as ever!” – Leonard Maltin

106min | PG | Comedy, Drama

Directed by: Mike Nichols

 

 

 

The Wickerman
Jul 20 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

Jul
21
Fri
The Wickerman
Jul 21 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

This Is Spinal Tap
Jul 21 all-day
This Is Spinal Tap

Opening July 21

Friday (7/21) 7:45 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 3:30 & 7:45 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 3:30 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 5:30 p.m.


Rob Reiner’s cult satire about a fictional heavy metal group named “Spinal Tap” spoofs nearly every facet of rock-‘n’-roll excess. “This Is Spinal Tap” shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real.

“”This Is Spinal Tap,” one of the funniest movies ever made, is about a lot of things, but one of them is the way the real story is not in the questions or in the answers, but at the edge of the frame. There are two stories told in the film: the story of what the rock band Spinal Tap thinks, hopes, believes or fears is happening, and the story of what is actually happening. The reason we feel such affection for its members is because they are so touching in their innocence and optimism. Intoxicated by the sheer fun of being rock stars, they perform long after their sell-by date, to smaller and smaller audiences, for less and less money, still seeking the roar of the crowd.”
– Roger Ebert

96min | R | Comedy

Directed by: Rob Reiner

Starring: Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer

 

 

 

Jul
22
Sat
The Wickerman
Jul 22 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

This Is Spinal Tap
Jul 22 all-day
This Is Spinal Tap

Opening July 21

Friday (7/21) 7:45 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 3:30 & 7:45 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 3:30 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 5:30 p.m.


Rob Reiner’s cult satire about a fictional heavy metal group named “Spinal Tap” spoofs nearly every facet of rock-‘n’-roll excess. “This Is Spinal Tap” shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real.

“”This Is Spinal Tap,” one of the funniest movies ever made, is about a lot of things, but one of them is the way the real story is not in the questions or in the answers, but at the edge of the frame. There are two stories told in the film: the story of what the rock band Spinal Tap thinks, hopes, believes or fears is happening, and the story of what is actually happening. The reason we feel such affection for its members is because they are so touching in their innocence and optimism. Intoxicated by the sheer fun of being rock stars, they perform long after their sell-by date, to smaller and smaller audiences, for less and less money, still seeking the roar of the crowd.”
– Roger Ebert

96min | R | Comedy

Directed by: Rob Reiner

Starring: Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer

 

 

 

Jul
23
Sun
The Wickerman
Jul 23 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

This Is Spinal Tap
Jul 23 all-day
This Is Spinal Tap

Opening July 21

Friday (7/21) 7:45 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 3:30 & 7:45 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 3:30 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 5:30 p.m.


Rob Reiner’s cult satire about a fictional heavy metal group named “Spinal Tap” spoofs nearly every facet of rock-‘n’-roll excess. “This Is Spinal Tap” shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real.

“”This Is Spinal Tap,” one of the funniest movies ever made, is about a lot of things, but one of them is the way the real story is not in the questions or in the answers, but at the edge of the frame. There are two stories told in the film: the story of what the rock band Spinal Tap thinks, hopes, believes or fears is happening, and the story of what is actually happening. The reason we feel such affection for its members is because they are so touching in their innocence and optimism. Intoxicated by the sheer fun of being rock stars, they perform long after their sell-by date, to smaller and smaller audiences, for less and less money, still seeking the roar of the crowd.”
– Roger Ebert

96min | R | Comedy

Directed by: Rob Reiner

Starring: Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer

 

 

 

Jul
24
Mon
This Is Spinal Tap
Jul 24 all-day
This Is Spinal Tap

Opening July 21

Friday (7/21) 7:45 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 3:30 & 7:45 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 3:30 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 5:30 p.m.


Rob Reiner’s cult satire about a fictional heavy metal group named “Spinal Tap” spoofs nearly every facet of rock-‘n’-roll excess. “This Is Spinal Tap” shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real.

“”This Is Spinal Tap,” one of the funniest movies ever made, is about a lot of things, but one of them is the way the real story is not in the questions or in the answers, but at the edge of the frame. There are two stories told in the film: the story of what the rock band Spinal Tap thinks, hopes, believes or fears is happening, and the story of what is actually happening. The reason we feel such affection for its members is because they are so touching in their innocence and optimism. Intoxicated by the sheer fun of being rock stars, they perform long after their sell-by date, to smaller and smaller audiences, for less and less money, still seeking the roar of the crowd.”
– Roger Ebert

96min | R | Comedy

Directed by: Rob Reiner

Starring: Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer

 

 

 

Jul
26
Wed
The Wickerman
Jul 26 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

Jul
27
Thu
The Wickerman
Jul 27 all-day
The Wickerman

Opening July 14

Wednesday (7/19) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/20) 7:45 p.m.

Friday (7/21) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 1:00 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 5:30 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 7:45 p.m.


This film is definitive version of Robin Hardy’s thriller of pagan worshippers on a remote Scottish island.

Seen for decades only in mutilated copies, the new Studio Canal restoration is the culmination of a long search for the complete director’s cut.

Christopher Lee, who was proud of his performance as Lord Summerisle, never lost faith in the film’s quality and reportedly even offered to pay for critics’ cinema seats. Edward Woodward (up until that point best known for the TV series Callan) plays Sergeant Howie, an uptight Calvinist policeman who travels to Summerisle, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland, to investigate reports of a local girl’s disappearance. Once there, he finds his solid Christian beliefs confronted by a community dabbling in all manner of dubious pagan practices (, and begins to suspect the islanders of knowing more about what happened to the missing girl than they’re letting on.

 

“The Wicker Man is influential not just on subsequent horror cinema, but on the thriller genre in general in the way it sets an artfully composed series of traps for its unwitting protagonist, expertly wrong-footing both him and the audience until the devastating ending”
– The Guardian, #4 Greatest Horror Movies Of All Time

106min | NR | Horror,Thriller

Directed by: Robin Hardy

Starring : Christopher Lee, Edward Woodward

 

 

 

This Is Spinal Tap
Jul 27 all-day
This Is Spinal Tap

Opening July 21

Friday (7/21) 7:45 p.m.
Saturday (7/22) 3:30 & 7:45 p.m.
Sunday (7/23) 3:30 p.m

Wednesday (7/26) 7:45 p.m.
Thursday (7/27) 5:30 p.m.


Rob Reiner’s cult satire about a fictional heavy metal group named “Spinal Tap” spoofs nearly every facet of rock-‘n’-roll excess. “This Is Spinal Tap” shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real.

“”This Is Spinal Tap,” one of the funniest movies ever made, is about a lot of things, but one of them is the way the real story is not in the questions or in the answers, but at the edge of the frame. There are two stories told in the film: the story of what the rock band Spinal Tap thinks, hopes, believes or fears is happening, and the story of what is actually happening. The reason we feel such affection for its members is because they are so touching in their innocence and optimism. Intoxicated by the sheer fun of being rock stars, they perform long after their sell-by date, to smaller and smaller audiences, for less and less money, still seeking the roar of the crowd.”
– Roger Ebert

96min | R | Comedy

Directed by: Rob Reiner

Starring: Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer