Not only is our projectionist Leonora an excellent booth manager, she’s also a huge film nerd! There’s nothing she’d rather do than talk movies…and she loves to write about them as well!
Join us this Friday for April’s First Friday Art Walk!
Guests are invited inside to view the installation of “Poised Tempest,” a photographic series created by Washington Dance Creative’s founder Josh Murry-Hawkins.
The exhibit will be on display in our main lobby and there will also be live piano featuring the classics of cinema performed by local musician KJ McElrath in the Marquee Lounge.
Concessions, beer, and wine will be available for purchase during the event. Free and open to the public!
Horror Movie Talk, an opinionated and accidentally funny horror movie review podcast based here in Vancouver, is launching Kiggins’ Cult of Horror, a special series of entertaining and educational horror film screenings from March – June at Vancouver’s beloved historic downtown movie theater. That’s us!
What sets these showings apart from a normal night at the movies will be the unique fun, cult-like atmosphere featuring a town crier, film introductions, cult “rituals”, and an atmosphere charged with comedy.
Lovers of horror film are invited to build a horror movie appreciation community by attending and inviting like-minded individuals to “join the cult”.
The series will show four classic and modern classic horror movies:
March 25 – The Exorcist, William Friedkin’s revolutionary possession film, that terrified parents the world over.
April 22 – The ‘Burbs, Joe Dante’s cult classic featuring Tom Hanks lead a band of nosey neighbors uncover the mystery behind the new neighbors.
May 27 – The Fly, David Cronenberg’s 1986 body-horror classic starring Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis.
June 24 – Hereditary, Ari Aster’s modern horror hit starring Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne dealing with family tragedy and demonic influences.