The latest Cinematic Void presentation begins with DREAM STALKER, in which a dead motocross rider menaces people through dreams, followed by BLACKENSTEIN, in which DNA treatments turn a Vietnam vet into a monster. Discussion between films with DREAM STALKER star Mark Dias.
This terrific concert film captures U.K. alternative rockers The Cure performing in an ancient French amphitheater while on tour in 1986. The band plays 23 songs including “Inbetween Days,” “Let's Go to Bed” and “Boys Don't Cry.” Discussion following with Cure co-founder Lol Tolhurst.
As a centennial salute to PSYCHO author Robert Bloch, we check into the Bates Motel with a horror triple feature of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic shocker and its two theatrical sequels, all starring Anthony Perkins as lethal mama’s boy Norman Bates. Tickets: $15.