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I’m Your Man

Opens Friday, Oct. 8

Inspired by a short story by Emma Braslavsky, I’m Your Man is a cool and clever sci-fi love story about Alma, a prickly scientist (Maren Eggert, Die Frau am Ende der Straße) who, in order to secure funding for her work, agrees

Brewing a great-tasting beer requires more than hops and barley. It takes innovation and an artist’s vision to create a brew that stands out from the rest. That’s why the art of beer making has

    On July 5th, 1968, The Doors lit up the storied stage of the Hollywood Bowl with a legendary performance that is widely considered to be the band’s finest captured on film. Performing on

Thursday, November 04

7:00pm
A Nightmare on Franklin Street

Halloween

Sunday, Oct. 31

The script for the original 1978 Halloween was written in 10 days, which… yeah, actually seems like plenty of time, come to think of it. It’s a pretty terse movie: silent killer menaces teens, travels

Sunday, October 31

8:30pm
A Nightmare on Franklin Street

Nosferatu was the product of Prana Film, a German film studio (with an Indian name) founded by an occultist with the intention of producing movies on supernatural themes — but Nosferatu was its only output,

Sunday, October 31

2:00pm
A Nightmare on Franklin Street

Shadow of a Vampire

Sunday, Oct. 31

“The role they were born to play” gets tossed around a lot these days, but offhand it’s hard to think of better casting than Willem Dafoe as Max Schreck (the “actor” playing Count Orlok in

Sunday, October 31

5:00pm
A Nightmare on Franklin Street

Us

Thursday, Oct. 28

Director Jordan Peele has spent the past few years developing into one of the most original, creative minds in genre film of his generation. And even with stratospheric expectations for his sophomore effort, Us is

Thursday, October 28

10:00pm
A Nightmare on Franklin Street

Get Out

Thursday, Oct. 28

There is a particular needle that must be threaded here. Of course you need to know enough about Get Out, our pick for the best horror movie that came out in 2017, to want to

Thursday, October 28

7:00pm
A Nightmare on Franklin Street

A Tale of Two Sisters

Tuesday, Oct. 26

A few years ago, the text we wrote to introduce the Korean film The Host to the “A Nightmare on Franklin Street” series decried the travesty of Western audiences’ blind spot for Korean horror. While

Tuesday, October 26

7:30pm
A Nightmare on Franklin Street

Creepshow

Saturday, Oct. 23

Want to get scared but have a short attention span? We’ve got just the thing. It’s Stephen King’s Creepshow, a horror anthology movie directed by the famed George Romero and starting Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau

Saturday, October 23

6:00pm