November 11: “Metropolis”
Fritz Lang’s 1927 masterpiece comes to the silver screen with the 1984 restoration by Giorgio Moroder. Featuring subtitles instead of intertitles, vibrant color, and a new pop soundtrack, this alternate version is a must see for fans of the classic original.
November 25: “Rocky Horror Picture Show”
Are you just a sweet transvestite from transsexual Transylvania? If so (or if you just like classic cult films), head on down to the Landmark Esquire at 590 Downing Street for a Midnight Madness screening of the cult classic “Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
November 25: “Jurassic Park”
It’s “Jurassic Park.” I don’t think I need give some annoying spiel on why you should see it.
November 18: “Muppets Take Manhattan”
In honor of the forthcoming release of Jason Segel’s “The Muppets,” why not get reinitiated into Jim Henson’s world by seeing them take Manhattan? Fun fact: This is the first film to introduce the Muppet Babies, which I’m sure we all remember watching as kids on Saturday mornings.
December 2: Sigur Rós Presents “Inni”
Fans of the Icelandic band Sigur Rós will get a kick out of their latest opus, “Inni.” Containing live tracks from every album, “Inni” is a sonic journey that fully captures the ambient melodies and majestic stage presence of everyone’s favorite Icelanders that aren’t Bjork.
December 2: “The Nightmare Before Christmas”
“This is Halloween, this is Halloween.” Directed by Henry Selick and produced by Tim Burton, the holiday favorite “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is an utter delight, one that has persisted since its release way back in 1993. Bundle up against the cold and come watch Jack Skellington, Sally, and Zero attempt to bring everyone’s favorite holiday to Halloween Town.
December 23: “Rocky Horror Picture Show”
A midnight madness staple, “Rocky Horror” returns two days before Christmas!