The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Rated R | 100 minutes)
A loving couple, a few lost monsters and a sweet transvestite from transsexual Transylvania sing and dance through a campy, sloppy salute to horror movies and sexual liberation. Bring your sense of humor. And some toast.


One More Time With Feeling 3D (Rated NOT RATED | 90 minutes)
Originally a performance based concept, One More Time With Feeling evolved into something much more significant as director Andrew Dominik delved into the tragic backdrop of the writing and recording of the album. Interwoven throughout the Bad Seeds’ filmed performance of the new album are interviews and footage shot by Dominik, accompanied by Cave’s intermittent narration and improvised rumination. Filmed in black-and-white and colour, in both 3D and 2D, the result is stark, fragile and raw.


National Theatre Live: A View from the Bridge (Rated No Rating | 115 minutes)
The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie's jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret - one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal. The visionary Ivo van Hove directs this stunning production of Miller's tragic masterpiece, broadcast from London's West End by National Theatre Live.


NT Live: Frankenstein (Original Casting) (Rated No Rating | 120 minutes)
Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and disturbing classic gothic tale. This visionary production, directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle, will shock audiences into the mysterious world of Frankenstein.


National Theatre Live: Frankenstein (Reverse Casting) (Rated No Rating | 120 minutes)
Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal. Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and disturbing classic gothic tale. This visionary production, directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle, will shock audiences into the mysterious world of Frankenstein.


National Theatre Live: Hamlet ENCORE (Rated No Rating | 210 minutes)
Back by popular demand, Fathom Events, BY Experience and National Theatre Live invite you to join Academy Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) for an extraordinary encore event on Tuesday, November 10 in cinemas nationwide. Cumberbatch stars in the title role of William Shakespeare's great tragedy, Hamlet, directed by Lyndsey Turner.


Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: Richard II (Rated No Rating | 160 minutes)
Simon Godwin delivers a dynamic portrayal of a play filled with both violence and comedic irony. Starring Charles Edwards, Godwin's production delves into the meaning of kingship and the rising powers that can destroy it. The rich colours and lavish costumes of this historical play transfer superbly to the big screen.


Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: The Merchant of Venice (Rated No Rating | 165 minutes)
Jonathan Pryce, whose accolades include Game of Thrones, Wolf Hall and Pirates of the Caribbean, provides an enigmatic performance in this iconic battle between greed and love. Pryce's Shylock is not only convincing in its duality but helps provide additional gravitas to Munby's moving production. This tale of prejudice and destructive self-interest paired with Pryce's memorable interpretation makes this a must-see.


Psycho (Rated R | 109 minutes)
When a woman is discovered as missinglast seen at the infamous Bates Motel in the deserther sister and boyfriend visit the place only to find it run by a voyeuristic, taxidermist loner whose possessed by his dead mother and dresses himself up like her, adopting her personality.


The Big Lebowski (Rated R | 117 minutes)
The Coen brothers and their agreeable cast make more fun than sense with this scattered farce about a pothead bowler who is mistaken for a deadbeat philanthropist and drawn into a cluster of kidnapers, nihilists, porn mobsters and Busby Berkeley beauties.


Kenshin Part 2: Kyoto Inferno (Rated NOT RATED | 139 minutes)
Former assassin Kenshin Himura and his friends are called back into action when a ghost from the past era rises to wreak havoc across Japan. Makoto Shishio, another ex-assassin, was betrayed, burned, and left for dead at the end of the war. Badly scarred—but very much alive—Shishio has put together an army and aims to overthrow the new government—burning anything and killing anyone who stands in his way. After witnessing his brutality firsthand, Kenshin agrees to intervene and help keep the peace. Will the wanderer with a blade bathed in blood be able to withstand the fury of the swordsman forged by fire?


Kenshin Part 3: The Legend Ends (Rated NOT RATED | 135 minutes)
After his confrontation with Shishio ends in defeat, Kenshin Himura awakens at the home of his old Master. With his mind set on revenge, he trains day and night to learn the final technique of his deadly fighting style. While he builds up his strength, Shishio and his army attack the coastline and force the new government to name Kenshin a wanted man. With the world closing in on him, Kenshin will have to look inside himself to find the strength he needs to protect his friends and end Shishio’s reign of terror once and for all. As the two ex-assassins prepare for their final fight, the wanderer with the back-blade and a bloody past will learn which force truly drives him—his will to live or his killer instinct.


The Secret Life of Pets (Rated PG | 90 minutes)
A comedy about the lives our pets lead after we leave for work or school each day.


A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log & Return To School (Rated NOT RATED | 120 minutes)
Come visit A TOWN CALLED PANIC, with two award-winning new specials from the Academy Award-nominated directors of ERNEST & CELESTINE. Cowboy and Indian are always up to some hare-brained scheme, with Horse left to clean up the mess. In THE CHRISTMAS LOG, their out-of-control antics lead Horse to call Santa and cancel their presents. In BACK TO SCHOOL, a class assignment yields a special prize, but only Pig knows the answer.


Danny Says (Rated No Rating | 108 minutes)
Follow Danny Fields, a behind-the-scenes connecter, from his early career supporting musical talent through rock journalism, to working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed, Nico, Judy Collins and later managing groundbreaking artists such as the Stooges, the MC5 and the Ramones. The film traces his rise from Phi Beta Kappa whiz-kid, to Harvard Law out, to the Warhol Silver Factory, to Director of Publicity at Elektra Records, to punk pioneer and beyond. A wild story of a man whose taste and opinion, once deemed defiant and radical, has turned out to have been prescient, Danny Says is also about the marginal turning mainstream, avant-garde turning prophetic, as Fields looks to the next generation.


Phantasm (Rated R | 103 minutes)
New digital restoration of Don Coscarelli's 1979 horror classic. A young boy and his friends face off against a mysterious grave robber known only as the Tall Man, who keeps a mysterious arsenal of terrible weapons with him.


Time Bandits (Rated PG | 125 minutes)
New 2K digital restoration of Terry Gilliam's 1981 film in which a young boy accidentally joins a band of dwarves as they jump from era to era looking for treasure to steal.


Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan (Rated PG | 128 minutes)
With the assistance of the Enterprise crew, Admiral Kirk must stop an old nemesis, Khan Noonien Singh, from using the life-generating Genesis Device as the ultimate weapon.


Suicide Squad (Rated PG-13 | 130 minutes)
It feels good to be bad...Assemble a team of the world's most dangerous, incarcerated Super Villains, provide them with the most powerful arsenal at the government's disposal, and send them off on a mission to defeat an enigmatic, insuperable entity. U.S. intelligence officer Amanda Waller has determined only a secretly convened group of disparate, despicable individuals with next to nothing to lose will do. However, once they realize they weren't picked to succeed but chosen for their patent culpability when they inevitably fail, will the Suicide Squad resolve to die trying, or decide it's every man for himself?


Jason Bourne (Rated PG-13 | 123 minutes)
The next chapter of Universal Pictures' Bourne franchise, which finds the CIA's most lethal former operative drawn out of the shadows.


Captain Fantastic (Rated R | 118 minutes)
Deep in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, isolated from society, a devoted father dedicates his life to transforming his six young children into extraordinary adults. But when a tragedy strikes the family, they are forced to leave this self-created paradise and begin a journey into the outside world that challenges his idea of what it means to be a parent and brings into question everything he's taught them.


Bad Moms (Rated R | 101 minutes)
In this new comedy, Amy has a seemingly perfect life - a great marriage, over-achieving kids, beautiful home and a career. However she's over-worked, over-committed and exhausted to the point that she's about to snap. Fed up, she joins forces with two other over-stressed moms on a quest to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities - going on a wild, un-mom-like binge of long overdue freedom, fun and self-indulgence - putting them on a collision course with PTA Queen Bee Gwendolyn and her clique of devoted perfect moms.


Ben-Hur (Rated PG-13 | 125 minutes)
The epic story of Judah Ben-Hur, a prince falsely accused of treason by his adopted brother Messala, an officer in the Roman army. Stripped of his title, separated from his family and the woman he loves, Judah is forced into slavery. After years at sea, Judah returns to his homeland to seek revenge, but an encounter with Jesus leads him to the Crucifixion, where he discovers forgiveness and finds redemption.


Bolshoi Ballet: The Golden Age (Rated No Rating | 140 minutes)
BY Experience and Pathe Live bring Yuri Grigorovich's The Golden Age, captured live from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow, to cinemas nationwide. A satire of Europe during the Roaring 20s, The Golden Age makes for an original, colorful and dazzling show with its jazzy score and music-hall atmosphere. This ballet, that can only be seen at the Bolshoi, has everything to it: mad rhythms, vigorous chase scenes, and decadent cabaret numbers. With its passionate love story featuring beautiful duets between Boris and Rita, the Bolshoi dancers plunge into every stylized step and gesture magnificently.


Bolshoi Ballet: The Bright Stream (Rated No Rating | 150 minutes)
BY Experience and Pathe Live are excited to bring the brilliant and hilarious production, The Bright Stream, captured live from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow, to cinemas nationwide. Alexei Ratmansky invokes the genius of Shostakovich's score at the Bolshoi, creating a laugh-out-loud masterpiece with its bits of slapstick comedy, hilarious deceptions, false identities including Principal Dancer Ruslan Skvortsov dressed as a Sylph and its many colorful characters! The Bolshoi bursts with vivid life and bright spirits in Ratmansky's brilliantly choreographed smash. Content was captured live on April 29, 2012.


Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker (Rated No Rating | 135 minutes)
BY Experience and Pathe Live are delighted to bring the timeless holiday classic, The Nutcracker, captured from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow, to cinemas nationwide. Christmas would not be complete without the enchanting tale of young Marie and her Nutcracker prince! Danced by the Bolshoi's principals, E.T.A. Hoffmann's fairytale staged by Russian ballet master Yuri Grigorovich will transport children and adults alike to a world of magic and wonder for the holiday season.Content was captured live on December 21, 2014.


Met Opera Encore: Don Giovanni (Rated NOT RATED | 240 minutes)


Met Opera Encore: L'Amour De Loin (Rated NOT RATED | 195 minutes)


Met Opera Encore: Nabucco (Rated NOT RATED | 200 minutes)


The Metropolitan Opera: Tristan und Isolde ENCORE (Rated No Rating | 315 minutes)
An encore performance of Wagner's Tristan und Isolde will be shown in cinemas nationwide on Wednesday, October 12, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle in his first Live in HD performance. Nina Stemme stars as Isolde-a touchstone role she has sung with major opera companies around the world. Her Tristan is Australian heldentenor Stuart Skelton, who sang Siegmund in the Met's Ring cycle in 2013. The cast also includes Ekaterina Gubanova as Brangane and Evgeny Nikitin as Kurwenal (both in Met role debuts), with Rene Pape reprising King Marke, a role he has sung to acclaim in three previous Met seasons.


Met Opera Live: Don Giovanni (Rated NOT RATED | 240 minutes)


Met Opera Live: L'Amour De Loin (Rated NOT RATED | 195 minutes)


Met Opera Live: Nabucco (Rated NOT RATED | 200 minutes)


Met Opera Live: Tristan Und Isolde (Rated NOT RATED | 330 minutes)


Florence Foster Jenkins (Rated PG-13 | 110 minutes)
This film tells the inspirational true story of a New York heiress, Florence, who obsessively pursued her dream of becoming a great singer. The voice she heard in her head was divine, but to the rest of the world it was hilariously awful. At private recitals, her devoted husband and manager, St Clair Bayfield, managed to protect Florence from the truth. But when Florence decided to give her first public concert at New York's Carnegie Hall, St Clair realised he had perhaps bitten off more than he could chew.


Met Opera Encore: Roméo Et Juliette (Rated NOT RATED | 225 minutes)


Met Opera Live: Roméo Et Juliette (Rated NOT RATED | 225 minutes)


Sausage Party (Rated R | 89 minutes)
One sausage leads a group of supermarket products on a quest to discover the truth about their existence and what really happens when they are chosen to leave the grocery store.


National Theatre Live: The Deep Blue Sea (Rated No Rating | 180 minutes)
A flat in Ladbroke Grove, West London. 1952. When Hester Collyer is found by her neighbours in the aftermath of a failed suicide attempt, the story of her tempestuous affair with a former RAF pilot and the breakdown of her marriage to a High Court judge begins to emerge. With it comes a portrait of need, loneliness and long-repressed passion. Behind the fragile veneer of post-war civility burns a brutal sense of loss and longing.


Indignation (Rated R | 110 minutes)
Marcus Messner, a brilliant working class Jewish boy from Newark, New Jersey, travels on scholarship to a small, conservative college in Ohio, thus exempting him from being drafted into the Korean War. But once there, Marcus's growing infatuation with his beautiful classmate Olivia Hutton, and his clashes with the college's imposing Dean, Hawes Caudwell, put him and his family's best laid plans to the ultimate test.


Kubo and the Two Strings (Rated PG | 101 minutes)
Clever, kindhearted Kubo ekes out a humble living, telling stories to the people of his seaside town including Hosato, Hashi and Kamekichi. But his relatively quiet existence is shattered when he accidentally summons a spirit from his past which storms down from the heavens to enforce an age-old vendetta. Now on the run, Kubo joins forces with Monkey and Beetle, and sets out on a thrilling quest to save his family and solve the mystery of his fallen father, the greatest samurai warrior the world has ever known. With the help of his shamisen - a magical musical instrument - Kubo must battle gods and monsters to unlock the secret of his legacy, reunite his family, and fulfill his heroic destiny.


Pete's Dragon (Rated PG | 103 minutes)
For years, old wood carver Mr. Meacham has delighted local children with his tales of the fierce dragon that resides deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. To his daughter, Grace, who works as a forest ranger, these stories are little more than tall tales... until she meets Pete. Pete is a mysterious 10-year-old with no family and no home who claims to live in the woods with a giant, green dragon named Elliot. And from Pete's descriptions, Elliot seems remarkably similar to the dragon from Mr. Meacham's stories. With the help of Natalie, an 11-year-old girl whose father Jack owns the local lumber mill, Grace sets out to determine where Pete came from, where he belongs, and the truth about this dragon.


War Dogs (Rated R | 114 minutes)
Two friends in their early 20s living in Miami Beach during the Iraq War, exploit a little-known government initiative that allows small businesses to bid on U.S. Military contracts. Starting small, they begin raking in big money and are living the high life. But the pair gets in over their heads when they land a 300 million dollar deal to arm the Afghan Militarya deal that puts them in business with some very shady people, not the least of which turns out to be the U.S. Government.


National Theatre: The Threepenny Opera (Rated NOT RATED | 160 minutes)
Mack the Knife is back in town. A darkly comic new take on Brecht and Weill’s raucous musical broadcast live from the stage of the National Theatre. London scrubs up for the coronation. The thieves are on the make, the whores on the pull, the police cutting deals to keep it all out of sight. Mr and Mrs Peachum are looking forward to a bumper day in the beggary business, but their daughter didn’t come home last night and it’s all about to kick off… With Olivier Award-winner Rory Kinnear (Hamlet, Othello, James Bond), as Macheath alongside Rosalie Craig (As You Like It, My Family and other Animals) as Polly Peachum and Haydn Gwynne (The Windsors, Drop the Dead Donkey) as Mrs Peachum. This bold, anarchic production is brought to you by a creative powerhouse; adapted by Simon Stephens, (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), and directed by Rufus Norris, (Everyman, London Road). Contains scenes of a sexual nature, violence and filthy language.


12 Hours Of Terror 2016 (Rated R | 720 minutes)
Our 7th annual all-night movie marathon will swallow your soul! Films include Evil Dead II, Drag Me To Hell, Piranha 3D, Pieces, Trick 'R Treat, Re-Animator and a surprise screening. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day of show. NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED


Monty Python And The Holy Grail (Rated PG | 106 minutes)
King Arthur and his knights embark on a low-budget search for the Grail, encountering many, very silly obstacles.


Heavy Metal (Rated R | 101 minutes)
A glowing orb terrorizes a young girl with a collection of stories of dark fantasy, eroticism and horror.


The Muppet Movie (1979) (Rated G | 95 minutes)
Jim Henson's Muppets made their big screen debut in this classic film as Kermit and his friends make their way to Hollywood.


Lethal Weapon (Rated R | 125 minutes)
A veteran cop, Murtaugh, is partnered with a young suicidal cop, Riggs. Both having one thing in common hating working in pairs. Now they must learn to work with one another to stop a gang of drug smugglers.


The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years (Rated No Rating | 99 minutes)
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years is based on the first part of The Beatles' career (1962-1966) - the period in which they toured and captured the world's acclaim. Ron Howard's film will explore how John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr came together to become this phenomenon, "The Beatles." It will delve into their inner workings - how they made decisions, created music and built their collective career together - all the while, highlighting The Beatles' extraordinary musical gifts and their remarkable, complementary personalities. The film will focus on the time period from the early Beatles' journey in the days of The Cavern Club in Liverpool to their last concert in San Francisco in 1966.


Hell or High Water (Rated R | 102 minutes)
Two brothers Toby, a straight-living, divorced father trying to make a better life for his son and Tanner, a short-tempered ex-con with a loose trigger finger come together to rob branch after branch of the bank that is foreclosing on their family land. The hold-ups are part of a last-ditch scheme to take back a future that powerful forces beyond their control have stolen from under their feet. Vengeance seems to be theirs until they find themselves in the crosshairs of a relentless, foul-mouthed Texas Ranger looking for one last triumph on the eve of his retirement. As the brothers plot a final bank heist to complete their plan, a showdown looms at the crossroads where the last honest law man and a pair of brothers with nothing to live for except family collide.


Don't Breathe (Rated R | 88 minutes)
A group of teens break into a blind man's home thinking they'll get away with the perfect crime. They're wrong.


Klown Forever (Klovn Forever) (Rated No Rating | 90 minutes)
This is the sequel to one of Denmark's biggest box office hits ever. Five years have passed, and Casper and Frank are standing at a crossroad in their lives and friendship. What is it they want? And what do they really mean to each other, when it all comes down to it? Their friendship is put to the ultimate test, and along the way they subject themselves and each other to the worst trials of their lives - in safe surroundings back home in Denmark and across the Atlantic in the city of dreams, Los Angeles. In the end, the two friends have to face the facts and ask the question: Is there even such a thing as "friends forever"? One thing is for certain...This time, it's serious!


Bolshoi Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty (Rated No Rating | 145 minutes)
BY Experience and Pathe Live are delighted to bring the enchanted fairytale classic The Sleeping Beauty, recorded at the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow. In this resplendent and magical classic, the Bolshoi dancers take us on a dream-like journey through this classic fairytale complete with jewel fairies, a magical kingdom, a youthful princess and a handsome prince in this purest style of classical ballet. The Bolshoi's sumptuous staging with its luxurious sets and costumes gives life to Perrault's fairy tale unlike any other.


Don't Think Twice (Rated R | 90 minutes)
When a member of a popular New York City improv troupe gets cast on a hit TV show, the rest of the group - all best friends - start to realize that not everyone is going to make it after all. From the director of Sleepwalk With Me and the creator of This American Life comes Don't Think Twice, a critically acclaimed comedy packed with comic stars Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, Mike Birbiglia, Kate Micucci, Chris Gethard and Tami Sagher that presents a hilarious and honest look at the lives of professional funny people.


Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words (Rated R | 88 minutes)
Thorsten Schutte's film is a sharply edited and energetic celebration of Zappa through his public persona, allowing us to witness his shifting relationship with audiences. Utilizing potent TV interviews and many forgotten performances from his 30-year career, we are immersed into the musician's world while experiencing two distinct facets of his complex character. At once Zappa was both a charismatic composer who reveled in the joy of performing and, in the next moment, a fiercely intelligent and brutally honest interviewee whose convictions only got stronger as his career ascended.Zappa was uncompromising as he led the charge against music censorship in the '90s and even went on to embrace the role of quasi-cultural ambassador in the Czech Republic. His music and ideas are vital, and they cut across generations, while his goal of freeing the listener from conformity still resonates today.


Southside with You (Rated PG-13 | 84 minutes)
Inspired by Barack and Michelle Obama's first date, SOUTHSIDE WITH YOU recounts the eventful summer day in 1989 when a young law firm associate named Barack Obama tried to woo lawyer Michelle Robinson during a daylong date that took them from the Art Institute of Chicago to a screening of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing to the site of their first kiss outside of an ice cream parlor.


Superior (Rated NOT RATED | 85 minutes)
During the height of the Vietnam War in 1969, Charlie is on his way to Michigan Tech University, and Derek is counting the days to his inevitable military draft eligibility. Before their futures take hold, the lifelong best friends embark on one final adventure: a 1300 mile bike ride along the shores of the gargantuan Lake Superior. With two-speed Schwinn bicycles and limited preparation, Charlie and Derek pedal through the massive northern backwoods of Michigan, Minnesota, and Canada. Along the way they face hunger, exhaustion, and the kind of people in the world who never wanted to be found.


The Room (Rated R |  minutes)
This film centers on Johnny, a man who has it all great friends, a good job, and a gorgeous fiancée named Lisa. But Lisa's innocent act masks the fact that she's looking to bring Johnny down, and her manipulations are tearing Johnny apart. As Lisa informs her cancer-ridden mother, Claudette, that Johnny hit her (and he did not hit her, that is bull$&*t, he did not!), Johnny's best friend, Mark, finds his resistance to Lisa's seductive charms weakening. Meanwhile, local orphan Denny looks up to Johnny, and needs the older man's help after the teen rips off a drug dealer. What kind of drugs? It doesn't matter. Then guys play football in tuxedos, because you can play football anywhere. This movie is seriously not to be missed.


Author: The JT LeRoy Story (Rated R | 110 minutes)
On January 9, 2006 The New York Times sent shockwaves through the literary world when it unmasked "it boy" wunderkind JT LeRoy, whose tough prose about a sordid childhood had captivated icons and luminaries internationally. It turned out LeRoy didn't actually exist. He was the creative expression of 40-year-old San Francisco former phone-sex operator turned housewife, Laura Albert. Author: The JT LeRoy Story takes us down the infinitely fascinating rabbit hole of how Laura Albert - like a Cyrano de Bergerac on steroids - breathed not only words, but life, into her avatar for a decade. Albert's epic and entertaining account plunges us into a glittery world of rock shows, fashion events, and the Cannes red carpet where LeRoy becomes a mysterious sensation.


Equity (Rated R | 100 minutes)
When Senior investment banker Naomi Bishop is passed over for a promotion at her firm, she fights for the opportunity to take a start-up public, hoping this will secure her a place at the firm's highest level. But when an employee raises questions about a possible crack in the company's walls, Naomi must decide whether to investigate these rumors or push forward with confidence. Soon Naomi finds herself tangled in a web of deception and begins to question if there is anyone she can trust. As the IPO draws closer, Naomi sees that the choices she has made for her career have left her very much alone. Forced to reexamine the rules of the cutthroat world she has always loved she finds herself in a fight for her very survival.


The Intervention (Rated R | 90 minutes)
A weekend getaway for four couples takes a sharp turn when one of the couples discovers the entire trip was orchestrated to host an intervention on their marriage.


Mechanic: Resurrection (Rated R | 99 minutes)
Arthur Bishop returns as the Mechanic in the sequel to the 2011 global hit. When someone from his past forces him back into the business, Bishop has to complete an impossible list of assassinations of the most dangerous men in the world.


Natural Selection (Rated No Rating | 120 minutes)
Tyler is a young man who is desperately seeking direction from a world that seems to have abandoned him. Everyday at school he fights for survival, as he is easy prey amongst the endless hallways of fellow student predators. Searching for answers he looks to his friend Indrid who appears to have it all figured out. Tyler takes Indrid's ideology and adopts it as his own. Not long after, Tyler sees the whole picture more clearly but is this new vision for the better? Or could it be more damaging than he could have ever imagined? Soon, Tyler finds himself in the middle of the storm and gets caught up in something he may not be able to change.


Vakhtangov Theatre: Eugene Onegin (Rated No Rating | 180 minutes)
Eugene Onegin has often been referred to as an encyclopedia of 19th century Russian life. Rimas Tuminas' reimagining unfolds in the memory and imagination of Pushkin's characters. The images are split between past and present, between reality and imagination.The scale of the production constantly shifts from noisy celebrations to secluded contemplation, from crowd scenes to lonely recollections, all of which are drawn together from the past just like the fragments of Tatyana's love letter, framed and hung on the wall, looming next to and above Onegin's arm-chair.


Moscow Art Theatre: The Cherry Orchard (Rated No Rating | 180 minutes)
Anton Chekhov's classic tale of cultural futility. First produced in 1904 at The Moscow Art Theatre under the direction of Konstantin Stanislavsky, this centennial production is as relevant today as it was over a hundred years ago.Adolf Shapiro's interpretation asks the question, where would the characters of this play live today years after their cherry orchard has been cut down? The answer, which lies in the material world created by set designer, David Borovsky, is, of course, on the stage. The waves of the Moscow Art Theatre's stage curtain, with its famous Seagull insignia, curving and folding in on itself, creating smooth and sometimes ominous corners, becomes home to these wanderers, who are in fact shadows of the past come to life on stage.


Kevin Hart: What Now? (Rated R | 0 minutes)
Hart takes center stage in this groundbreaking, record-setting, sold-out performance of "What Now?" filmed outdoors in front of 50,000 people at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field - marking the first time a comedian has ever performed to an at-capacity football stadium.


Met Opera Live: Rusalka (Rated NOT RATED | 260 minutes)


Time to Choose (Rated  | 97 minutes)
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson turns his lens to address worldwide climate change challenges and solutions in "Time to Choose". Featuring narration by award-winning actor Oscar Isaac, this film leaves audiences understanding not only what is wrong, but what can to be done to fix this global threat. Ferguson explores the comprehensive scope of the climate change crisis and examines the power of solutions already available. Through interviews with world-renowned entrepreneurs, innovators, thought leaders and brave individuals living on the front lines of climate change, Ferguson takes an in-depth look at the remarkable people working to save our planet.


The Greasy Strangler (Rated  | 93 minutes)
This Los Angeles-set tale follows Ronnie, a man who runs a disco walking tour along with his browbeaten son, Brayden. When a sexy, alluring woman named Janet comes to take the tour, it begins a competition between father and son for her attentions. It also brings about the appearance of an oily, slimy, inhuman maniac who stalks the streets at night and strangles the innocent-soon dubbed "the Greasy Strangler."


Hands of Stone (Rated R | 105 minutes)
This film follows the life of Roberto Duran, the legendary Panamanian fighter who made his professional debut when he was just 16 years-old, and his equally legendary trainer Ray Arcel who together changed each other's lives. In June 1980, he defeated Sugar Ray Leonard to capture the WBC welterweight title, but shocked the boxing world by returning to his corner in their November rematch, famously saying the words "no mas" (no more.)


The Light Between Oceans (Rated PG-13 | 130 minutes)
In the years following World War I, Tom Sherbourne, a young veteran still numb from his years in combat, takes a job as lighthouse keeper. As the island's sole inhabitant, he finds comfort in the monotony of the chores and the solitude of his surroundings. When he meets the daughter of the school's headmaster, Isabel Graysmark, in the local town of Partageuse on the mainland, Tom is immediately captivated by her beauty, wit and passion, and they are soon married and living on the island. As their love flourishes, he begins to feel again, their happiness marred only by their inability to start a family, so when a rowboat with a dead man and infant girl mysteriously washes ashore, Isabel believes their prayers may have finally been answered. As a man of principle, Tom is torn between reporting the lost child and pleasing the woman he loves, and against his better judgment he agrees to let Isabel raise the child as their own, making a choice with devastating consequences.


Multiple Maniacs (Rated No Rating | 96 minutes)
John Waters' gloriously grotesque, unavailable-for-decades second feature comes to theaters at long last, replete with all manner of depravity, from robbery to murder to one of cinema's most memorably blasphemous moments. Made on a shoestring budget in Baltimore, with Waters taking on nearly every technical task, this gleeful mockery of the peace-and-love ethos of its era features the Cavalcade of Perversion, a traveling show put on by a troupe of misfits whose shocking proclivities are topped only by those of their leader: the glammer-than-glam, larger-than- life Divine, who's out for blood after discovering her lover's affair.


Bolshoi Ballet: Swan Lake (Rated No Rating | 160 minutes)
Fathom Events, BY Experience and Pathe Live present Tchaikovsky's transcendent classic Swan Lake, captured from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow, to cinemas nationwide on Sunday, February 5.A ballet of ultimate beauty and a score of unparalleled perfection born at the Bolshoi in 1877. In the dual role of white swan Odette and her rival black swan Odile, prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova exudes both vulnerability and cunning through superb technical mastery, alongside the powerful and emotional Siegfried, Denis Rodkin. Including breathtaking scenes with the Bolshoi's corps de ballet, this is classical ballet at its finest.Content was captured live on January 25, 2015.


Psycho (Rated R | 124 minutes)
A Phoenix secretary steals $40,000 from her employer's client, goes on the run and checks into a remote motel run by a young man under the domination of his mother.


The Room (Rated R |  minutes)
This film centers on Johnny, a man who has it all great friends, a good job, and a gorgeous fiancée named Lisa. But Lisa's innocent act masks the fact that she's looking to bring Johnny down, and her manipulations are tearing Johnny apart. As Lisa informs her cancer-ridden mother, Claudette, that Johnny hit her (and he did not hit her, that is bull$&*t, he did not!), Johnny's best friend, Mark, finds his resistance to Lisa's seductive charms weakening. Meanwhile, local orphan Denny looks up to Johnny, and needs the older man's help after the teen rips off a drug dealer. What kind of drugs? It doesn't matter. Then guys play football in tuxedos, because you can play football anywhere. This movie is seriously not to be missed.


The Magnificent Seven (Rated PG-13 | 128 minutes)
With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue, the desperate townspeople employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and hired guns - Sam Chisolm, Josh Farraday, Goodnight Robicheaux, Jack Horne, Billy Rocks, Vasquez, and Red Harvest. As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.


The Muppet Movie (1979) (Rated G | 95 minutes)
Jim Henson's Muppets made their big screen debut in this classic film as Kermit and his friends make their way to Hollywood.


THE DISAPPOINTMENTS ROOM (Rated R |  minutes)
Dana and David move from Brooklyn to a once-grand southern mansion with their 5 year old son looking for a fresh start. But Dana's discovery of a secret room unleashes unexplainable events that test her sanity and slowly reveal the home's terrifying past.


Deepwater Horizon (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
On April 20th, 2010, one of the world's largest man-made disasters occurred on the Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico. This story honors the brave men and women whose heroism would save many on board, and change everyone's lives forever.


SNOWDEN (Rated R |  minutes)
Snowden, the politically-charged, pulse-pounding thriller reveals the incredible untold personal story of Edward Snowden, the polarizing figure who exposed shocking illegal surveillance activities by the NSA and became one of the most wanted men in the world. He is considered a hero by some, and a traitor by others. No matter which you believe, the epic story of why he did it, who he left behind, and how he pulled it off makes for one of the most compelling films of the year.


WHERE HOPE GROWS (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
Calvin Campbell is a former professional baseball player sent to an early retirement due to his panic attacks at the plate. Even though he had all the talent for the big leagues, he struggles with the curveballs life has thrown him. Today, he mindlessly sleepwalks through his days and the challenge of raising his teenager daughter. His life is in a slow downward spiral when it is suddenly awakened and invigorated by the most unlikely person - Produce, a young-man with Down syndrome who works at the local grocery store. Calvin slowly loses the chip on his shoulder as he begins to experience the world through Produce's eyes. Faith, work, purpose and most importantly family, blossom into Calvin's life as their friendship develops. The unlikely pair becomes intertwined giving Calvin's life new meaning and purpose, but unfortunately leads to tragedy due to single decision echoed from Calvin's past.


Join the Up Side of Downs of Northeast Ohio in celebration of Cleveland Down Syndrome Day at this screening. The Up Side of Downs will be on hand with information about Down syndrome, and a recognition ceremony of advocates and champions for the Down syndrome community prior to the show.


WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS (Rated R |  minutes)
John and Laura Taylor are a young, professional couple who desperately want a baby. After exhausting all other options, they finally hire Anna, the perfect woman to be their surrogate - but as she gets further along in her pregnancy, so too does her psychotic and dangerous fixation on the husband. The couple becomes caught up in Anna's deadly game and must fight to regain control of their future before it's too late.


STORKS (Rated R |  minutes)
Storks deliver babies... or at least they used to. Now they deliver packages for global internet giant Cornerstore.com. Junior, the company's top delivery stork, is about to be promoted when he accidentally activates the Baby Making Machine, producing an adorable and wholly unauthorized baby girl. Desperate to deliver this bundle of trouble before the boss gets wise, Junior and his friend Tulip, the only human on Stork Mountain, race to make their first-ever baby - in a wild and revealing journey that could make more than one family whole and restore the storks' true mission in the world.


KEVIN HART: WHAT NOW? (Rated R |  minutes)
Hart takes center stage in this groundbreaking, record-setting, sold-out performance of "What Now?" filmed outdoors in front of 50,000 people at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field - marking the first time a comedian has ever performed to an at-capacity football stadium.


Night Of The Living Dead (Rated NOT RATED | 110 minutes minutes)
George A. Romero's original horror classic. A disparate group of individuals take refuge in an abandoned house when corpses begin to leave the graveyard in search of fresh human bodies to devour. The pragmatic Ben (Duane Jones) does his best to control the situation, but when the reanimated bodies surround the house, the other survivors begin to panic. As any semblance of order within the group begins to dissipate, the zombies start to find ways inside and one by one, the living humans become the prey of the deceased ones.


MIA MADRE (Rated R |  minutes)
In this touching and highly personal new film from the Italian master filmmaker Nanni Moretti, a harried filmmaker tries to juggle the demands of her latest movie with a personal life in shambles. The star of her film, a bombastic American actor imported for the production, presents nothing but headaches and her crew is close to mutiny. Away from the shoot, Margherita tries to hold her life together as her mother's illness progresses and her teenage daughter grows ever more distant.


BRIDGET JONES'S BABY (Rated R |  minutes)
After breaking up with Mark Darcy, Bridget Jones's "happily ever after" hasn't quite gone according to plan. Forty something and single again, she decides to focus on her job as top news producer and surround herself with old friends and new. For once, Bridget has everything completely under control. What could possibly go wrong?Then her love life takes a turn and Bridget meets a dashing American named Jack, the suitor who is everything Mr. Darcy is not. In an unlikely twist she finds herself pregnant, but with one hitch - she can only be fifty percent sure of the identity of her baby's father.


The Entertainer (Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company) (Rated NOT RATED | 210 minutes)
Set against the back of post-war Britain, John Osborne's modern classic conjures the seedy glamour of the old music halls for an explosive examination of public masks and private torment. Rob Ashford directs Kenneth Branagh as the unforgettable Archie Rice.


Sully (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
On January 15, 2009, the world witnessed the "Miracle on the Hudson" when Captain "Sully" Sullenberger glided his disabled plane onto the frigid waters of the Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 aboard. However, even as Sully was being heralded by the public and the media for his unprecedented feat of aviation skill, an investigation was unfolding that threatened to destroy his reputation and his career.


NO MANCHES FRIDA (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
No Manches Frida is the story of Zequi, a recently released bank robber who goes to recover stolen money buried by his ditzy accomplice before going to jail. They return to the site only to find that Frida Kahlo High has built a gymnasium over the loot. To get the money, he poses as a substitute teacher for a school that can't seem to keep any teachers around. He meets the sweet and earnest Lucy, as well as an unruly classroom. Lucy and her fellow teachers have no control over the students, and Zequi comes in ready to lay down the law- but he quickly finds out that life on the inside may have been easier to deal with than a school full of wild and rebellious teenagers.


The Light Between Oceans (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
In the years following World War I, Tom Sherbourne, a young veteran still numb from his years in combat, takes a job as lighthouse keeper. As the island's sole inhabitant, he finds comfort in the monotony of the chores and the solitude of his surroundings. When he meets the daughter of the school's headmaster, Isabel Graysmark, in the local town of Partageuse on the mainland, Tom is immediately captivated by her beauty, wit and passion, and they are soon married and living on the island. As their love flourishes, he begins to feel again, their happiness marred only by their inability to start a family, so when a rowboat with a dead man and infant girl mysteriously washes ashore, Isabel believes their prayers may have finally been answered. As a man of principle, Tom is torn between reporting the lost child and pleasing the woman he loves, and against his better judgment he agrees to let Isabel raise the child as their own, making a choice with devastating consequences.


NERVE (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
Industrious high school senior, Vee Delmonico, has had it with living life on the sidelines. When pressured by friends to join the popular online game Nerve, Vee decides to sign up for just one dare in what seems like harmless fun. But, as she finds herself caught up in the thrill of the adrenaline-fueled competition partnered with a mysterious stranger, the game begins to take a sinister turn with increasingly dangerous acts, leading her into a high stakes finale that will determine her entire future.


THE BIRTH OF A NATION (Rated R |  minutes)
Set against the antebellum South, this film follows Nat Turner, a literate slave and preacher, whose financially strained owner, Samuel Turner, accepts an offer to use Nat's preaching to subdue unruly slaves. As he witnesses countless atrocities - against himself and his fellow slaves - Nat orchestrates an uprising in the hopes of leading his people to freedom.


HANDS OF STONE (Rated R |  minutes)
This film follows the life of Roberto Duran, the legendary Panamanian fighter who made his professional debut when he was just 16 years-old, and his equally legendary trainer Ray Arcel who together changed each other's lives. In June 1980, he defeated Sugar Ray Leonard to capture the WBC welterweight title, but shocked the boxing world by returning to his corner in their November rematch, famously saying the words "no mas" (no more.)


SOLD (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
Based on true stories, this is the story of Lakshmi, who journeys from a pastoral, rural village in Nepal to a gritty brothel-prison called Happiness House in Kolkata, India. Through one extraordinary girl's story, this film illustrates the brutality of child trafficking, which affects millions of children around the globe every year. Globally the average age of a trafficked girl is thirteen. This film is a call to action, and a testament to the power and resilience of the human spirit, aiming to inspire a global movement to address this crime domestically and internationally.


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The Wild Life (Rated PG |  minutes)
On a tiny exotic island, Tuesday, an outgoing parrot, lives with his quirky animal friends in paradise. After a violent storm, Tuesday and his friends wake up to find a strange creature on the beach: Robinson Crusoe. Slowly but surely, they all start living together in harmony, until one day, when their comfortable life is overturned by two savage cats. A battle ensues between the cats and the group of friends but Crusoe and the animals soon discover the true power of friendship up against all odds (even savage cats).


Author: The JT LeRoy Story (Rated R |  minutes)
On January 9, 2006 The New York Times sent shockwaves through the literary world when it unmasked "it boy" wunderkind JT LeRoy, whose tough prose about a sordid childhood had captivated icons and luminaries internationally. It turned out LeRoy didn't actually exist. He was the creative expression of 40-year-old San Francisco former phone-sex operator turned housewife, Laura Albert. Author: The JT LeRoy Story takes us down the infinitely fascinating rabbit hole of how Laura Albert - like a Cyrano de Bergerac on steroids - breathed not only words, but life, into her avatar for a decade. Albert's epic and entertaining account plunges us into a glittery world of rock shows, fashion events, and the Cannes red carpet where LeRoy becomes a mysterious sensation.


The Hollars (Rated PG-13 |  minutes)
John Hollar, a struggling NYC artist is forced to navigate the small middle-American town he left behind when news of his mother's illness brings him home. Back in the house he grew up in, John is immediately swept up in the problems of his dysfunctional family, high school rival, and an over-eager ex-girlfriend as he faces impending fatherhood with his girlfriend in New York.


SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE THEATRE: RICHARD II (Rated  |  minutes)
Simon Godwin delivers a dynamic portrayal of a play filled with both violence and comedic irony. Starring Charles Edwards, Godwin's production delves into the meaning of kingship and the rising powers that can destroy it. The rich colours and lavish costumes of this historical play transfer superbly to the big screen.


SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE THEATRE: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Rated  |  minutes)
Jonathan Pryce, whose accolades include Game of Thrones, Wolf Hall and Pirates of the Caribbean, provides an enigmatic performance in this iconic battle between greed and love. Pryce's Shylock is not only convincing in its duality but helps provide additional gravitas to Munby's moving production. This tale of prejudice and destructive self-interest paired with Pryce's memorable interpretation makes this a must-see.


Time To Choose (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson turns his lens to address worldwide climate change challenges and solutions in "Time to Choose". Featuring narration by award-winning actor Oscar Isaac, this film leaves audiences understanding not only what is wrong, but what can to be done to fix this global threat. Ferguson explores the comprehensive scope of the climate change crisis and examines the power of solutions already available. Through interviews with world-renowned entrepreneurs, innovators, thought leaders and brave individuals living on the front lines of climate change, Ferguson takes an in-depth look at the remarkable people working to save our planet.


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Little Men (Rated PG |  minutes)
When 13-year-old Jake's grandfather dies, his family moves from Manhattan back into his father's old Brooklyn home. There, Jake befriends the charismatic Tony, whose single mother Leonor, a dressmaker from Chile, runs the shop downstairs. Soon, Jake's parents Brian and Kathy one, a struggling actor, the other, a psychotherapist ask Leonor to sign a new, steeper lease on her store. For Leonor, the proposed new rent is untenable, and a feud ignites between the adults. At first, Jake and Tony don't seem to notice the two boys, so different on the surface, begin to develop a formative kinship as they discover the pleasures of being young in Brooklyn. Soon enough, the adult conflict intrudes upon the borders of their friendship.


Complete Unknown (Rated R |  minutes)
As Tom celebrates his birthday with a group of close friends in Brooklyn, he is startled to see a woman from his distant past at the party. Jenny - or Alice, as she now calls herself - first denies even knowing Tom, but as the evening progresses, she reveals a shocking secret. After disappearing from Tom's life 20 years earlier, she began to reinvent herself every few years, taking on a new name, a new career and a new life each time. After giving Tom a glimpse of what life could be like if he lets go of the safety and security he has so carefully created, Alice asks him to make a choice that will change everything.


Morris From America (Rated R |  minutes)
Morris Gentry a 13-year-old who has just relocated with his single father, Curtis to Heidelberg, Germany. Morris, who fancies himself the next Notorious B.I.G., is a complete fish-out-of-water- a budding hip-hop star in an EDM world. To complicate matters further, Morris quickly falls hard for his cool, rebellious, 15-year-old classmate Katrin. Morris sets out against all odds to take the hip-hop world by storm and win the girl of his dreams.


12 Hours Of Terror 2016 (Rated R | 720 minutes)
Our 7th annual all-night movie marathon will swallow your soul! Films include Evil Dead II, Drag Me To Hell, Piranha 3D, Pieces, Trick 'R Treat, Re-Animator and a surprise screening. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day of show. NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED


Heavy Metal (Rated R | 101 minutes)
A glowing orb terrorizes a young girl with a collection of stories of dark fantasy, eroticism and horror.


Lethal Weapon (Rated R | 125 minutes)
A veteran cop, Murtaugh, is partnered with a young suicidal cop, Riggs. Both having one thing in common hating working in pairs. Now they must learn to work with one another to stop a gang of drug smugglers.


Monty Python And The Holy Grail (Rated PG | 106 minutes)
King Arthur and his knights embark on a low-budget search for the Grail, encountering many, very silly obstacles.


One More Time With Feeling 3D (Rated NOT RATED | 90 minutes)
Originally a performance based concept, One More Time With Feeling evolved into something much more significant as director Andrew Dominik delved into the tragic backdrop of the writing and recording of the album. Interwoven throughout the Bad Seeds’ filmed performance of the new album are interviews and footage shot by Dominik, accompanied by Cave’s intermittent narration and improvised rumination. Filmed in black-and-white and colour, in both 3D and 2D, the result is stark, fragile and raw.


MORGAN (Rated R |  minutes)
A corporate troubleshooter is sent to a remote, top-secret location, where she is to investigate and evaluate a terrifying accident. She learns the event was triggered by a seemingly innocent "human," who presents a mystery of both infinite promise and incalculable danger.


THE GREASY STRANGLER (Rated R |  minutes)
This Los Angeles-set tale follows Ronnie, a man who runs a disco walking tour along with his browbeaten son, Brayden. When a sexy, alluring woman named Janet comes to take the tour, it begins a competition between father and son for her attentions. It also brings about the appearance of an oily, slimy, inhuman maniac who stalks the streets at night and strangles the innocent-soon dubbed "the Greasy Strangler."


Kicks (Rated R |  minutes)
Fifteen-year-old Brandon longs for a pair of the freshest sneakers that money can buy assuming that merely having them on his feet will help him escape the reality of being poor, neglected by the opposite sex and picked on by everyone even his best friends. Working hard to get them, he soon finds that the titular shoes have instead made him a target after they are promptly snatched by local hood, Flaco. Seemingly the embodiment of menace, Flaco harbors complexities of his own that will be revealed when Brandon goes on a mission to retrieve his stolen sneakers with his two best friends in tow.


Met Opera Live: Don Giovanni (Rated NOT RATED | 240 minutes)


DANNY SAYS (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
Follow Danny Fields, a behind-the-scenes connecter, from his early career supporting musical talent through rock journalism, to working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed, Nico, Judy Collins and later managing groundbreaking artists such as the Stooges, the MC5 and the Ramones. The film traces his rise from Phi Beta Kappa whiz-kid, to Harvard Law out, to the Warhol Silver Factory, to Director of Publicity at Elektra Records, to punk pioneer and beyond. A wild story of a man whose taste and opinion, once deemed defiant and radical, has turned out to have been prescient, Danny Says is also about the marginal turning mainstream, avant-garde turning prophetic, as Fields looks to the next generation.


Max Rose (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
A deeply moving drama about a retired jazz musician whose beloved wife of nearly six decades has just passed away. Though his career wasn't everything he hoped for, Max always felt like a success because his beautiful, elegant Eva was by his side. Then, while going through her effects, he discovers a love note from another man, a shocking revelation that leads him to believe his entire marriage, indeed, his entire life, was built on a lie. Following a period of anger and withdrawal, Max decides to confront the man who "stole" his wife in the hope that what he learns will provide the answers he so desperately needs.


Goat (Rated R |  minutes)
Reeling from a terrifying assault over the summer, 19-year-old Brad Land starts college determined to get his life back to normal. His brother, Brett, is already established on campus and with a fraternity that allures Brad with its promise of protection, popularity, and life-long friendships. Brad is desperate to belong but as he sets out to join the fraternity his brother exhibits reservations, a sentiment that threatens to divide them. As the pledging ritual moves into hell week, a rite that promises to usher these unproven boys into manhood, the stakes violently increase with a series of torturous and humiliating events. What occurs in the name of 'brotherhood' tests both boys and their relationship in brutal ways.


Clowntown (Rated NOT RATED | 101 minutes)
A group of friends get stranded in a seemingly deserted small town and find themselves stalked by a violent gang of psychopaths dressed as clowns.


Kenshin Part 2: Kyoto Inferno (Rated NOT RATED | 154 minutes)
Former assassin Kenshin Himura and his friends are called back into action when a ghost from the past era rises to wreak havoc across Japan. Makoto Shishio, another ex-assassin, was betrayed, burned, and left for dead at the end of the war. Badly scarred—but very much alive—Shishio has put together an army and aims to overthrow the new government—burning anything and killing anyone who stands in his way. After witnessing his brutality firsthand, Kenshin agrees to intervene and help keep the peace. Will the wanderer with a blade bathed in blood be able to withstand the fury of the swordsman forged by fire?


Kenshin Part 3: The Legend Ends (Rated NOT RATED | 150 minutes)
After his confrontation with Shishio ends in defeat, Kenshin Himura awakens at the home of his old Master. With his mind set on revenge, he trains day and night to learn the final technique of his deadly fighting style. While he builds up his strength, Shishio and his army attack the coastline and force the new government to name Kenshin a wanted man. With the world closing in on him, Kenshin will have to look inside himself to find the strength he needs to protect his friends and end Shishio’s reign of terror once and for all. As the two ex-assassins prepare for their final fight, the wanderer with the back-blade and a bloody past will learn which force truly drives him—his will to live or his killer instinct.


A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log & Return To School (Rated NOT RATED | 120 minutes)


Time Bandits (Rated PG | 125 minutes)
New 2K digital restoration of Terry Gilliam's 1981 film in which a young boy accidentally joins a band of dwarves as they jump from era to era looking for treasure to steal.


Phantasm (Rated R | 103 minutes)
New digital restoration of Don Coscarelli's 1979 horror classic. A young boy and his friends face off against a mysterious grave robber known only as the Tall Man, who keeps a mysterious arsenal of terrible weapons with him.


Andrew W.K. - The Power of Party (Rated NOT RATED | 120 minutes)
This year celebrates Andrew W.K.’s tenth year as a party guru and motivational speaker, a journey that began with his now infamous four-hour lecture to a sold out NYU Skirball Center in 2006. On this new tour, each engagement will feature Andrew's speech on living the party life and also include an open question and answer session, as well as a chance to meet Andrew W.K. in person.


"This is not a political party rally, it's a rally about partying with the political elements set aside," insists Andrew. "This is my attempt to add something positive and unifying to the divisive atmosphere surrounding us in so many different forms. Without targeting or preaching to any one side, I want to see if we can party together in our common humanity. We will have a party about being people."


"By its very nature, the inner experience of a human being can be a vortex of confusion and clarity. The current climate in America isn't always aiding us in how to best grapple with the fundamental complexities of being who we are - being at our best. During this 50 state odyssey, we aren't looking for a specific stance on any particular political issue. Instead, we're looking to fortify the foundation of our spirit, so that we can each follow our individual destiny and pursue our own personal exploration of life as best we can. We are uniting around what we have in common - our shared humanity. This tour is a coming together for the sake of partying together. Even if we have different ideas from one another, or don't know all the answers to all the questions, we can still party together. This is a celebration of positive partying - this is a party about partying."


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Anaconda (Rated PG-13 | 104 minutes)
A "National Geographic" film crew is taken hostage by an insane hunter, who takes them along on his quest to capture the world's largest - and deadliest - snake.


Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan (Rated PG | 128 minutes)
With the assistance of the Enterprise crew, Admiral Kirk must stop an old nemesis, Khan Noonien Singh, from using the life-generating Genesis Device as the ultimate weapon.


KIKI'S DELIVERY SERVICE (MAJO NO TAKKYUBIN) (1989) (Rated PG |  minutes)
Veteran animator Hayao Miyazaki directs this buoyant children's adventure yarn about a young witch striking out on her own. At her mother's behest, 13-year-old Kiki sets out on a year-long apprenticeship with her black cat in tow. With a shaky command of her broom, she ends up in a charming little coastal town that looks like a cross between the French provincial and San Francisco. Unfortunately, the local hotels have a strict no witches policy and the police have taken a dim view of her recent aerial mischief making. She's saved from the street by a kindly baker's wife who offers her room and board in exchange for her delivering by broom the baker's wares. Soon she befriends a college-aged artist, an old women who fusses over her, and a boy her same age who is nursing a massive crush. All is well until she wakes up one day and realizes that she can't make her broom levitate nor can she talk to her cat. What will Kiki do? ' Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide


National Theatre: The Threepenny Opera (Rated NOT RATED | 160 minutes)
Mack the Knife is back in town. A darkly comic new take on Brecht and Weill’s raucous musical broadcast live from the stage of the National Theatre. London scrubs up for the coronation. The thieves are on the make, the whores on the pull, the police cutting deals to keep it all out of sight. Mr and Mrs Peachum are looking forward to a bumper day in the beggary business, but their daughter didn’t come home last night and it’s all about to kick off… With Olivier Award-winner Rory Kinnear (Hamlet, Othello, James Bond), as Macheath alongside Rosalie Craig (As You Like It, My Family and other Animals) as Polly Peachum and Haydn Gwynne (The Windsors, Drop the Dead Donkey) as Mrs Peachum. This bold, anarchic production is brought to you by a creative powerhouse; adapted by Simon Stephens, (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time), and directed by Rufus Norris, (Everyman, London Road). Contains scenes of a sexual nature, violence and filthy language.


Superior (Rated NOT RATED | 85 minutes)
During the height of the Vietnam War in 1969, Charlie is on his way to Michigan Tech University, and Derek is counting the days to his inevitable military draft eligibility. Before their futures take hold, the lifelong best friends embark on one final adventure: a 1300 mile bike ride along the shores of the gargantuan Lake Superior. With two-speed Schwinn bicycles and limited preparation, Charlie and Derek pedal through the massive northern backwoods of Michigan, Minnesota, and Canada. Along the way they face hunger, exhaustion, and the kind of people in the world who never wanted to be found.


A MAN CALLED OVE (EN MAN SOM HETER OVE) (Rated R |  minutes)
Ove is the quintessential angry old man next door. An isolated retiree with strict principles and a short fuse, who spends his days enforcing block association rules that only he cares about, and visiting his wife's grave, Ove has given up on life. Enter a boisterous young family next door who accidentally flattens Ove's mailbox while moving in and earning his special brand of ire. Yet from this inauspicious beginning an unlikely friendship forms and we come to understand Ove's past happiness and heartbreaks. What emerges is a heartwarming tale of unreliable first impressions and the gentle reminder that life is sweeter when its shared.


London Road (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
LONDON ROAD documents the events that shook Suffolk in 2006, when the quiet rural town of Ipswich was shattered by the discovery of the bodies of five women. The residents of London Road had struggled for years with frequent soliciting and kerb-crawling on their street. The film follows the community who found themselves at the epicentre of the tragic events, and is based on interviews conducted with the road's real residents. Using their own words set to an innovative musical score, LONDON ROAD tells a moving story of ordinary people coming together during the darkest of experiences.


Multiple Maniacs (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
John Waters' gloriously grotesque, unavailable-for-decades second feature comes to theaters at long last, replete with all manner of depravity, from robbery to murder to one of cinema's most memorably blasphemous moments. Made on a shoestring budget in Baltimore, with Waters taking on nearly every technical task, this gleeful mockery of the peace-and-love ethos of its era features the Cavalcade of Perversion, a traveling show put on by a troupe of misfits whose shocking proclivities are topped only by those of their leader: the glammer-than-glam, larger-than- life Divine, who's out for blood after discovering her lover's affair.


Is That A Gun In Your Pocket? (Rated R |  minutes)
If there's one thing the men of Rockford, Texas love as much as their women, it's their guns. But life in this idyllic town is turned upside-down when a gun incident involving her son spurs stay-at-home mom Jenna to rethink Rockford's obsessive gun culture. Much to the chagrin of her husband Glenn, Jenna ignites a movement by convincing the women of Rockford to withhold sex until every gun in town is given up. A wild and hilarious showdown ensues between the sexes. As tensions-and libidos-rise, the men and women of Rockford must decide what's really important: keeping the peace or getting a piece.


Blair Witch (Rated R |  minutes)
A group of college students venture into the Black Hills Forest in Maryland to uncover the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of James' sister who many believe is connected to the legend of the Blair Witch. At first the group is hopeful, especially when a pair of locals offer to act as guides through the dark and winding woods, but as the endless night wears on, the group is visited by a menacing presence. Slowly, they begin to realize the legend is all too real and more sinister than they could have imagined.


The Cherry Orchard (Moscow Art Theatre) (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
Anton Chekhov's classic tale of cultural futility. First produced in 1904 at The Moscow Art Theatre under the direction of Konstantin Stanislavsky, this centennial production is as relevant today as it was over a hundred years ago.Adolf Shapiro's interpretation asks the question, where would the characters of this play live today years after their cherry orchard has been cut down? The answer, which lies in the material world created by set designer, David Borovsky, is, of course, on the stage. The waves of the Moscow Art Theatre's stage curtain, with its famous Seagull insignia, curving and folding in on itself, creating smooth and sometimes ominous corners, becomes home to these wanderers, who are in fact shadows of the past come to life on stage.


VAKHTANGOV THEATRE: EUGENE ONEGIN (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
Eugene Onegin has often been referred to as an encyclopedia of 19th century Russian life. Rimas Tuminas' reimagining unfolds in the memory and imagination of Pushkin's characters. The images are split between past and present, between reality and imagination.The scale of the production constantly shifts from noisy celebrations to secluded contemplation, from crowd scenes to lonely recollections, all of which are drawn together from the past just like the fragments of Tatyana's love letter, framed and hung on the wall, looming next to and above Onegin's arm-chair.


PRISM Fest 2016 (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
Dramatic and highly-stylized films from around the world that showcase the many aspects of the human spirit fill this first-year presentation of PRISM Fest. The festival will conclude with the premiere of the new PogieJoe Productions film, PRISM, in which six individuals whose lives intersect in countless ways, are each represented by a separate color.


Brother Nature (Rated R |  minutes)
Roger, a straight-laced politician has big plans to propose to his dream girl at her family's lake house. But everything goes awry when he meets his potential brother-in-law Todd: a full-time camp counselor with a heart of gold and a wild sense of fun, pining to be Roger's best friend, and ultimately catapulting him into a series of unfortunate events. As Roger tries to take a stand amidst outrageous fishing excursions, propulsive water jetpacks and American history-themed musicals, he realizes that being a part of a new family may be more difficult than he'd thought.


Klown Forever (Rated R |  minutes)
This is the sequel to one of Denmark's biggest box office hits ever. Five years have passed, and Casper and Frank are standing at a crossroad in their lives and friendship. What is it they want? And what do they really mean to each other, when it all comes down to it? Their friendship is put to the ultimate test, and along the way they subject themselves and each other to the worst trials of their lives - in safe surroundings back home in Denmark and across the Atlantic in the city of dreams, Los Angeles. In the end, the two friends have to face the facts and ask the question: Is there even such a thing as "friends forever"? One thing is for certain...This time, it's serious!


NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: THE DEEP BLUE SEA (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
A flat in Ladbroke Grove, West London. 1952. When Hester Collyer is found by her neighbours in the aftermath of a failed suicide attempt, the story of her tempestuous affair with a former RAF pilot and the breakdown of her marriage to a High Court judge begins to emerge. With it comes a portrait of need, loneliness and long-repressed passion. Behind the fragile veneer of post-war civility burns a brutal sense of loss and longing.


WORSHIP NIGHT IN AMERICA: AN EVENING OF UNITY AND PRAYER FOR OUR COUNTRY (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
Join Chris Tomlin, authors/pastors Max Lucado and Louie Giglio and many more national faith leaders and musical guests for WORSHIP NIGHT IN AMERICA: An Evening of Unity and Prayer For Our Country. Playing exclusively and one night only in theaters and select churches nationwide Tuesday, October 25. Experience the sold-out event filmed at Madison Square Garden, plus exclusive back-stage footage and interviews that will inspire, challenge and encourage your family, church, and community.


THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK - THE TOURING YEARS (Rated NOT RATED |  minutes)
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years is based on the first part of The Beatles' career (1962-1966) - the period in which they toured and captured the world's acclaim. Ron Howard's film will explore how John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr came together to become this phenomenon, "The Beatles." It will delve into their inner workings - how they made decisions, created music and built their collective career together - all the while, highlighting The Beatles' extraordinary musical gifts and their remarkable, complementary personalities. The film will focus on the time period from the early Beatles' journey in the days of The Cavern Club in Liverpool to their last concert in San Francisco in 1966.


Forced Perspective (Rated NOT RATED | 95 minutes)
'Forced Perspective' is an intimate portrait of iconic Cleveland artist Derek Hess by filmmaker Nick Cavalier. The film is a journey through Derek's struggle with alcoholism and bipolar and how these demons effect the artwork, presenting a voyeur into Derek's personal life, revealing his process and philosophy. This film showcases the evolution of a celebrated artist, his effect on music and culture while highlighting the link between creativity and mental illness.


For The Love Of Spock (Rated NOT RATED | 111 minutes)
A one-of-a-kind documentary sure to unite trekkies worldwide,For The Love of Spock tells the life of Star Trek’s Mr.Spock and the actor who played him, Leonard Nimoy, for nearly fifty years. The film’s focus began as a celebration of the fifty-year anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series, but after Leonard passed away in February 2015, his son, director Adam Nimoy, was ready to tell another story: his personal experience growing up with Leonard and Spock. Adam not only shares details on the creation, evolution, and universal impact of Mr.Spock, but also about the ups and downs of being the son of a TV icon. For The Love Of Spock is laden with never-before-seen footage and interviews of friends, family and colleagues that include William Shatner and the original Star Trek cast, Zachary Quinto and the new crew of the Starship Enterprise, filmmaker JJ Abrams and astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson.


My Blind Brother (Rated R | 90 minutes)
The rivalry between two brothers reaches a fever pitch during a charity swim competition.


Touch Of Evil (Rated PG-13 | 95 minutes)
When a car bomb explodes on the American side of the U.S./Mexico border, Mexican drug enforcement agent Miguel Vargas (Charlton Heston) begins his investigation, along with American police captain Hank Quinlan (Orson Welles). When Vargas begins to suspect that Quinlan and his shady partner, Menzies (Joseph Calleia), are planting evidence to frame an innocent man, his investigations into their possible corruption quickly put himself and his new bride, Susie (Janet Leigh), in jeopardy.


U2 Rattle And Hum (Rated PG-13 | 99 minutes)
A documentary of Irish rock group U2's Fall 1987 tour of North America.


Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit (Rated G | 85 minutes)
Wallace and his loyal dog, Gromit, set out to discover the mystery behind the garden sabotage that plagues their village and threatens the annual giant vegetable growing contest.


The Color Purple (Rated PG-13 | 154 minutes)
A black Southern woman struggles to find her identity after suffering years of abuse from her father and others over 40 years.