UPDATE: Set for Saturday, Sept. 14, 8 p.m. - North by Northwest at Cinema Under the Stars; followed by Donut Star, a few blocks away at 601 W Washington St., at 10 p.m. [more inside]
Who's up for a drink followed by some Lovecraftian horror? Whisperer in Darkness is coming to the Seattle International Film Festival, with showings on June 3 at midnight and on June 5 at 9 - rather boringly I favour the 9 o'clock showing as I have to bve tucked up in bed by midnight but I am open to arguments.
Another night at the movies brought to you by Chicago's most secret once-a-week motion picture venue. This week we've got two musicals on 35mm, The Littlest Rebel (1935) and Poor Little Rich Girl (1936) - plus a short, "The Pie Covered Wagon" (1932). [more inside]
...at Bank of America Cinema, Chicago's most secret once-a-week motion picture venue. Currently run by myself, goatdog, and some guy who hates the internet. This week's film is a British noir featuring weird psychodrama and drunken jazz dancing, among other things. It is unavailable on DVD. Also, our popcorn and candy are dirt cheap. [more inside]