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Cult Movie Series

Hey all you Insomniacs, Pop Culture Fanatics, Thrill Seekers, and Creatures of the Night! The Cult Movie Series is now back with monthly screenings of your favorite films (voted on by you guys during our recent on-line polling). Each film shows Thursday at 9:30pm and Saturday at 12 midnight at Camera 3 Entertainment. All tickets are only $7.50. Series sponsored by Psycho Donuts, Streetlight Records and Time Tunnel Toys, who will be providing prizes. Alcohol served until 11:00pm, with a special guest hosting each screening.

By popular demand, Camera 3 Entertainment is now hosting monthly Saturday night screenings of Tommy Wiseau's The Room, an electrifying American black comedy about love, passion, betrayal and lies. This long-time midnight cult sensation screens the second Saturday of each month, starting at 12 midnight. All seats are only $7.50. Click here for more info, or BUY TICKETS now

Do The Time Warp Again as Barely Legal, the Bay Area's premiere Rocky Horror Picture Show performing cast, is hosting monthly Saturday night events at Camera 3 Cinema in downtown San Jose. All tickets for these screenings, sponsored by Psycho Donuts, are $10, and doors open at 11:30pm (with alcohol served until 11:00pm). Showtime is 12 midnight. We highly recommend that you book your seats in advance! Events are the first Saturday of each month, with periodic bonus screenings. BUY TICKETS

Cult Movie Calendar

The 2014 Cult Movie Series schedule is as follows (click on film title to purchase tickets):

Please Note: Because of unforeseen circumstances (i.e., films being pulled out of theatrical release), this schedule is subject to change

  • April 17, 19 --Oldboy (2003)
    Directed by Park Chan-wook (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Lady Vengeance, Thirst). tarring Choi Min-sik, Yu Ji-tae, Kang Hye-jeong, Ji Dae-han, Oh Dal-su, Kim Byeong-ok, Lee Seung-Shin and Yun Jin-seo. This controversial Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix winner is a revenge fable wrapped in a strange romance and embedded in a mystery. An average man, kidnapped and imprisoned in a shabby cell for 15 years without explanation, is then released and equipped with money, a cellphone and expensive clothes. As he strives to explain his imprisonment and get his revenge, Oh Dae-Su soon finds out that his kidnapper has a greater plan for him and is set onto a path of pain and suffering in an attempt to uncover the motive of his mysterious tormentor. 120 minutes. Rated R

  • May 15, 17 --The Warriors (1979)
    Directed by Walter Hill, with cinematography by Andrew Laszlo. Starring Michael Beck, James Remar, Thomas Waites, Dorsey Wright, Brian Tyler, David Harris and Deborah Van Valenburgh. A battle of gigantic proportions is looming in the neon underground of New York City. The armies of the night total 100,000 -- outnumbering the police 5 to 1 -- and tonight they're after the Warriors, a street gang blamed unfairly for a rival gang leader's death. In the urban jungle of gang warfare raging from Coney Island to Manhattan to the Bronx, the Warriors fight for their lives and learn the meaning of loyalty. 92 minutes, Rated R

  • June 19, 21 --Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)
    Directed by James Cameron. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Robert Patrick and Edward Furlong. A decade after Sarah Connor destroyed the original Terminator, a second unstoppable killing machine arrives from the post-apocalyptic year 2029, but this time with the mission of stopping an even deadlier Terminator determined to kill young John Connor, the future leader of the human resistance. 137 minutes, Rated R

  • July 17, 19 --Batman (1989)
    Jack Nicholson is the Joker, who emerged from a horrible accident as a maniacal criminal. Michael Keaton is the Caped Crusader, who emerged from a childhood trauma to become a masked crimefighter. Kim Basinger is Vicki Vale, the talented photojournalist desired by both men. And Batman is the movie, the all-out spectacular directed by Tim Burton, set to songs by Prince and a music score by Danny Elfman, and an Academy AwardO winner* for Best Art Direction/Set Decoration (Anton Furst and Peter Young). 126 minutes, Rated PG-13

  • August 14, 16 --The Dark Crystal (1982)
    Directed by Jim Henson and Frank Oz. This first fully-animatronic feature film is a classic tale of good, embodied by the peaceful, wise Mystics, and evil, represented by the oppressive, grotesque Skeksis. Jen and Kira, the last two living Gelflings, must replace the Dark Crystal's missing shard in order to restore harmony to their world before The Great Conjunction plunges it into either good or evil. "The Henson magic is on full display in this visual feast of impressive landscapes and outlandish, brashly original creatures."--SciFi Review. 93 minutes, Rated PG

  • September 18, 20 --Donnie Darko (2001)
    Directed by Richard Kelly (Southland Tales, The Box). Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, Drew Barrymore, James Duval, Katharine Ross, Patrick Swayze and Noah Wyle. This plunge into the feverish imagination of disturbed middle class suburban teenager Donnie takes a look at the dark side of an affluent adolescence filled with mystical visions, unexplainable chance occurrences, lurid secrets and premonitions of imminent doom -- not to mention a monstrous rabbit prompting him to commit antisocial acts.Donnie battles his demons, literally and figuratively, in a series of interwining story lines that play with time travel, fundamentalist gurus, fate and predestination, and the machinations of the universe. 113 minutes. Rated R

  • October 16, 18 --Halloween (1978)
    Directed by John Carpenter. Starring Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kyle Richards, Nancy Loomis, Nancy Stephens, P.J. Soles and Tony Moran. The year is 1963, the night: Halloween. Police are called to 43 Lampkin Ln. only to discover that 15 year old Judith Myers has been stabbed to death, by her 6 year-old brother, Michael. After being institutionalized for 15 years, Myers breaks out on the night before Halloween. No one knows, nor wants to find out, what will happen on October 31st 1978 besides Myers' psychiatrist, Dr. Loomis. He knows Michael is coming back to Haddonfield, but by the time the town realizes it, it'll be too late for many people. 91 minutes, Rated R

  • November 13, 15 --Blade Runner (1982)
    Directed by Ridley Scott. Starring Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Daryl Hannah, Rutger Hauer Edward James Olmos and Joanna Cassidy. In this visionary blend of science fiction and noir detective fiction, Deckard is a Blade Runner, a future cop who hunts down and terminates replicants, artificially created humans with fixed lifespans who serve in off-Earth colonies. He is drawn out of retirement when 5 "skin jobs" (slang term for replicants) hijack a ship back to Earth and hide out in a city that is a huge, sprawling, bleak vision of the future. 117 minutes. Rated R

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