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Walt Disney Pictures releases this live-action sequel to MALEFICENT in theatres nationwide, including their El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. Director: Joachim Rønning. Screenplay: Micah Fitzerman-Blue, Noah Harpster, and Linda Woolverton. Cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elle Fanning, Harris Dickinson, and Michelle Pfeiffer. October 17 is a "special opening" night event with "fun and surprises." Film screens at 6pm only. Subsequent showtimes are at 10am, 1:10pm, 4:20pm, 7:30pm, and (on weekends only) 10:35pm.
The American Cinematheque presents this weekly series in October, which includes three of Peter Lorre's creepy films: The Beast with Five Fingers on October 15, Arsenic and Old Lace on October 22, and Mad Love On October 29. All screenings start 1pm.
Horror movies screen Wednesday through Sunday in October on the rooftop of the The Montalbán Theatre. Films are presented on a large, high-quality digital projection screen, with noise-cancelling headphones for the audio. Drinks, burgers, and popcorn are available. Doors open at 6pm. Films start at 8:15pm. Prices are $18 for single seats, $50 for a love seat for two. Sunday, October 6: The Addams Family with a tribute from the Sinister String Quartet at 7:30pm Wednesday, October 9: The Evil…
As part of its October programming, Street Food Cinema presents Cinema Phantasmagoria, "an immersive haunted theater experience" involving "a mysterious 1920's movie palace where time stands still." These Halloween horror screenings include cocktails, musicians, spooky ushers, an undead Master of Ceremonies, and an optional backstage Ghost Tour into the depths of the Million Dollar Theatre. Titles include Halloween (1978) on October 11, Hocus Pocus on October 12, A Nightmare on Elm Street on October 13, Saw on October 18, Bram Stoker's Dracula on October 19, The Thing on…
For its annual Halloween horror film screening, Walt Disney Concert presents the 1923 silent version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, starring Lon Chaney, with live musical accompaniment by Clark Wilson on the pipe organ.
Produced by James Cameron. Directed by Tim Miller. Written by David S. Goyer & Justin Rhodes and Billy Ray. Starring: Arnnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Mackenzie Davis, Tom Hopper, Cassandra Starr, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, Brett Azar.
Oscar-winning makeup genius Rick Baker signs his two volume slipcase set, Metamorphosis: Vol 1: 1950-1989 & Vol 2: 1990-2019 ($250). Book must be pre-ordered from Dark Delicacies by September 30th. Purchase is needed to attend the event. Baker will sign both volumes and one item brought in with the purchase of the set.
Warner Bros opens this sequel to The Shining nationwide. Mike Flanagan wrote and directed, based on the novel by Stephen King. Cast: Ewan McGregor, Rebecca Ferguson, Jacob Tremblay, Chelsea Talmadge, Bruce Greenwood, Carel Struycken.
The Nuart Theatre presents a midnight screening of Katsuhiro Otomo's epic anime masterpiece, Akira. "At the time of its original release, Akira was the most expensive animated film ever produced in Japan. Based on the best-selling graphic novel by director Katsuhiro Otomo (Steamboy), it's is a tough, gritty, violent science fiction adventure set in post-apocalyptic Tokyo—a city overrun by motorcycle gangs and a destructive telepathic force. Filled with action, amazing special effects and eye-popping visuals, Akira set the standard for state-of-the-art anime. (Fully subtitled)"
GKids Films releases this production from China's Light Chaser Animation, an animated prequel to the famous Chinese tale of a female snake demon who yearns to become human. Directed by Amp Wong, Zhao Ji. Cast: Stephanie Sheh, Paul Yen, Vivian Lu, Matthew Moy. 98 mins. Unrated. White Snake screens for one week at the Nuart Theatre, with showtimes of the English-dubbed version at 1pm, 5:20pm, and 9:40; the subtitled version runs at 3:10pm and7:30pm.