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See MAN OF STEEL early! Enjoy a longform discussion with Spike Jonze!
Come to an incredible Hausu Party!
SHORT TERM 12! ONLY GOD FORGIVES! AIN'T THEM BODIES SAINTS! SPECTACULAR NOW! FRUITVALE STATION!
ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK! RETURN OF THE JEDI! STAR TREK (2009)! TWELVE MONKEYS! More!
Join BC and live out your own slasher in the woods story this June.
Tiny 1/8 Gates pines for Jean Luc, travels, dreams.
Part of his ongoing Horror Movie A Day series on 35mm!
Snotty, funny LA punk rock from the guy who coined the term 'heavy metal.'
Los Angeles' New Beverly CInema is playing DJANGO UNCHAINED with trailers curated by Quentin Tarantino himself. Also on the bill: this Merrie Melodies cartoon.
Support one of LA's great theaters and enjoy 24 hours of incredible fun, streaming to your computer. And watch Robert Downey Jr open a time capsule!
Get some movie history! A tour of locations from Quentin Tarantino films in LA.
Director Ted Kotcheff comes to LA to do Q&As at the opening of Drafthouse Film's WAKE IN FRIGHT.
BC kept a running journal of the New Beverly's all night horror festival - get the scoop!
Available only at the Debra Hill tribute show in Los Angeles!
John Carpenter will attend the rare 35mm screening of HALLOWEEN!
In which Michael Ironside uses his acting chops to summon real demonic energy and scare the shit out of you.
DEAD & BURIED is oft claimed underrated, but Hadrian thinks it's rated just fine.
Argento creates a witch's brew of beautiful women, haunted houses and murder, murder, murder!
Manna from heaven for a struggling pubescent.
Not that nasty for a Nasty.
Today's Video Nasty is one of only two genuine art films in the lineup.
Bruno Mattei's DAWN OF THE DEAD rip-off is mostly notable for a shocking amount of stock footage.
The famed LA theater is doing a month of midnights celebrating the UK's infamous 'video nasties.' They'll be sharing their thoughts about each screening, starting with the first in the marathon: 1982's NIGHT WARNING (aka BUTCHER, BAKER, NIGHTMARE MAKER).
A month long Los Angeles horror festival brought to you by some of the city's premiere film freaks. Live scores, premieres, screening series and more!
Devin goes hiking in search of Los Angeles' dark Nazi past, which lays in ruins in the Santa Monica Mountains.
We have tickets to the acclaimed cop movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena. Find out how to claim yours.
The former MST3Kers will be heckling Ted Mikel's THE DOLL SQUAD, and we want you to be there.
Brian checks out a for serious, song-free stage production of THE EXORCIST.
Last night Devin saw the legendarily lost ending of Saul Bass' one and only directorial effort, the hyper-intelligent ant movie PHASE IV.
Live, from the CInefamily in LA, an evening of Paul Wiliams. It starts at 6pm Pacific!
The Cinefamily is hosting THE must-attend event of the weekend.
Biff Tannen's bionic grandson from BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II has some political advice.
We're kicking off an LA screening series at the swank W Hotel Los Angeles. It's revenge of the nerds! First up: CLUELESS, part of the I Love LA series.
We have passes for a screening on May 24th.
Julia Marchese is making a movie about the New Bev and the importance of 35mm film... and she needs your help.
Celebrate Friday the 13th with the most underappreciated entry in the whole series.
Guy Pearce has to save the president's daughter from a space prison, and you can see it for free next week.
We have a whole bunch of seats for lucky Los Angelenos who want to be transported to Barsoom in the most immersive way possible.
Corey Haim and Gary Busey battle a werewolf, and you can watch it on 35mm!
Watch Devin do a Q&A from the comfort of your own home.
We'll fly you and a guest to Los Angeles for the premiere. Find out how to win.
The excellent English horror film that is really messing up people's brains is coming to Cinefamily. And I'm moderating a Q&A with director Ben Wheatley!
The coolest modern film composer will be playing his new score - and some old favorites - at LA's coolest club.
Want to see the new Liam Neeson/Joe Carnahan film free and early? We have tickets to give you.
Garry Shandling introducing KING OF COMEDY - and doing a set! Paul F Tompkins presenting TOPSY TURVY - and doing a set! Doug Benson heckling COCKTAIL! And much more!
The two best FRIDAY THE 13th movies playing back to back, with amazing guests.
Spike Jonze, Stephen Merritt, Benicio Del Toro, Elliot Gould, Everything Is Terrible and more participate in an incredible 24 hour fundraiserpalooza. How you can get involved, attend or just watch it streaming live online.
Great movies! Special guests! Edgar Wright! Come to the New Beverly this week to see Edgar Wright's latest season of programming.
Watch a seminal 60s experimental film while listening to musical powerhouses play.
Win a ticket to see the rollicking new documentary about cinema titan Roger Corman - with Corman doing a Q&A!
Believe it or not there are movies Edgar Wright hasn't seen. Help him choose some of those to show at the New Beverly in December!
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea and will kick your ass if you dare f@@k with him?
75 copies of the Drew Struzan FRANKENSTEIN poster will be sold!
Mysterious and exciting, the screening-and-a-poster series is coming to Los Angeles!
Brian is hosting a screening of PSYCHO II, with actress Lee Garlington in person!
I support this only based on the idea that the New Bev is probably making a dime or two on it.
See the buzzed about indie film early and meet the ladies of BELLFLOWER. And see the flame spitting doom car Medusa, in person!
Celebrate July 4th with fireworks in South London!
Sion Sono’s exalted four hour epic has its only US theatrical run right now!
Another chance for LA readers to bask in the glory of Joe Cornish’s incredible debut feature! For free!
A great opportunity to see a dozen of Herzog’s finest docs.
Los Angelenos may have seen her tags all over the street. Now it turns out some of them have seen a whole lot more of her in the past.
We have tickets to a Los Angeles fan appreciation screening of Joe Cornish’s incredibly awesome aliens invading the inner city movie ATTACK THE BLOCK. Enter now!
Come to the Cinefamily on the 29th for a night of rock and weirdness!
69 years ago the skies over Los Angeles erupted with anti-aircraft fire. What happened that night? And how did it influence Steven Spielberg’s 1941 and the new film BATTLE: LOS ANGELES?
The ship from FLIGHT OF THE NAVIGATOR has come to Los Angeles, and resides in someone’s back yard.
I think I’m in the minority here, but I’m a huge fan of the people who dress up as characters and essentially harass people for money at Hollywood and Highland, right in front of the Chinese Theater. Some people have a big problem with them, to the point that the cops started cracking down on them and cleared them off the street, leaving the sidewalk in front of such noted cultural institutions as the Hard Rock Cafe, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, and the mall in front of the Kodak Theater free and clear from interesting, weird and zany people.
A Koreatown company offers pet cloning and stem cell manipulation from a storefront. I wonder if anyone has a Spinner parked in that lot.
The trailer for LA NOIRE, the latest game from the people who brought us RED DEAD REDEMPTION and GRAND THEFT AUTO, gives off incredible atmosphere. But will the game live up to the trailer?