Director Richard Kelly's DONNIE DARKO, with scenes shot at our very own Aero Theatre, is paired with director Sam Raimi’s breakthrough 1981 occult thriller THE EVIL DEAD - the film they're watching in DONNIE DARKO! He appears for a discussion between films.
When the son of James Stewart and Doris Day is kidnapped while they’re on vacation, the couple’s long-simmering resentments threaten to get in the way of their attempts to rescue him in Hitchcock's THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (a 1956 remake of Hitchcock's earlier 1934 film of the same title). It's followed by one of his rarely-screened Technicolor films, UNDER CAPRICORN, following a love triangle in 1830s Australia involving ex-convict Joseph Cotten, his wife Ingrid Bergman, and her childhood acquaintance Michael Wilding.
It’s rabbit season! Celebrate spring with a thoroughly jolly, rabbit-filled family matinee of classic Warner Bros. cartoon shorts starring the one, the only ... Bugs Bunny! Before the show, join us for a faux Easter "egg hunt" (and real Easter candy)!
Alfred Hitchcock’s 1955 tongue-in-cheek soufflé TO CATCH A THIEF, starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, screens with his 1966 underrated Cold War thriller TORN CURTAIN, with Paul Newman as a physicist/double agent and Julie Andrews as his fiancée.