L.A's New Beverly kicks off their Halloween build up with some awesome grindhouse finds, and even Tarantino's personal 35mm print of Dusk Til Dawn!
Frights, dancing, rare prints and more pop up this week at the Los Angeles repertory favorite.
The acclaimed French trilogy returns in a very rare all-35mm Print triple feature.
Satisfy your cinematic blood lust with a smorgasbord of late night horror delights at The Coolidge all through October.
The ecclectic genre festival returns including a new 70mm print of 2001, and a new 3D conversion of Dawn of The Dead and live score to The 36th Chamber by RZA.
A superb new Beatles doco, John Wayne classic and Metropolis with live music head a solid weekend at Portland's Hollywood Theatre
Rocky celebrates a 40th Anniversary, plus Heathers, Vertigo and a few gruesome midnight sessions for good measure.
A decades spanning career, Beatty served as both a smoldering leading man, savvy Producer and ambitious Director, as highlighted in a collection at The Prince Charles Cinema.
Boldly go with your fellow Trekkies to experience the original Sci-fi movie series, plus a multitude of screening events, to celebrate five decades of the pop culture phenomenan.
Micheal Cimino & J. Lee Thompson are honored at the New Bev all month. Plus rare 35mm IB Technicolor Prints.
Neon Marquee contributor and all round film buff Mark Vanselow checked out the closing days of The Scorsese Exhibition at Melbourne's ACMI, where a treasure trove of cinematic treasure devoted to the master film maker were on display.
We catch up with the man behind the film, and the story of the film Andy Warhol called 'a movement'.
We miss those hosted 80s / 90s Saturday morning cartoon shows, so we (kind of) made our own. Grab a bowl of sugary cereal and enjoy the show!
Three decades on, the bizarre wrestling mockumentary 'Grunt! The Wrestling Movie' is constantly rediscovered as the cult gem it deserves to be.
As well as the classics, we'll also be looking in depth at a few newer movies that may have flow under your radar that deserve some attention. Neon Marquee's newest contributor Mark Vanselow takes a look at the 2015 French film The Anarchists.
Arguably one of the most influential movies of all time, The Seven Samurai made news recently with the announcement of a painstaking new restoration of the ambitious epic by Toho Japan.
Amongst the initial film series and modern reboots, The Planet of the Apes also existed as an animated adventure produced by Loony Tunes legend Friz Freleng, ultimately ending after only 13 episodes.
A former location scout with a lifelong passion has opened a new theater complete with restaraunt and bar in Brooklyn, NY.
Like vinyl, 70mm is making a comeback, because quite simply, no other theatrical format compares. The Prince Charles explains its commitment to step back in time as a way forward.