MUMMY, I’M A ZOMBIE
DIXIE Y LA REBELIÓN ZOMBI
2014, 82 min, Spain, Dir: Beñat Beitia, Ricardo Ramón

“She’s back. Of course she is, she’s a zombie.” In this sequel to DADDY, I'M A ZOMBIE, undead teen Dixie Grim (Paula Ribó) hopes to become class president, but winning the election may require her to turn her back on old friends Gonner and Isis – who need Dixie’s help when zombies are targeted for destruction. A Goya nominee for Best Animated Film. In Catalan, English, Basque and Spanish with English subtitles.


THE SECRET OF THE SWORD
1985, 100 min, USA, Dir: Ed Friedman, Lou Kachivas, Marsh Lamore, Bill Reed, Gwen Wetzler

When Filmation's after-school phenomenon “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” reached the big screen, it introduced She-Ra, Princess of Power, kickstarting a whole new companion series. On war-torn Etheria as the Great Rebellion battles the evil Horde, soldier Adora is drawn to the Sword of Protection and becomes a female He-Man once she utters “For the honor of Grayskull!” Heart, humor and action ensue with the help of robots, talking trees, witches and a unicorn in this imaginative, kid-friendly adventure.


THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM
1962, Warner Bros., 135 min, USA, Dir: Henry Levin, George Pal

This family fantasy favorite interweaves a fictional narrative about the storytelling brothers (played by Laurence Harvey and Karlheinz Böhm) with a trio of their fairy tales: “The Dancing Princess,” “The Cobbler and the Elves” and “The Singing Bone.” The star-studded cast includes Claire Bloom, Barbara Eden, Jim Backus and Russ Tamblyn (who reprises his TOM THUMB role). Originally presented in Cinerama, this feast for the eyes and ears was an Oscar nominee for Best Cinematography, Music and Art Direction, and a winner for Best Costume Design.


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