Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, Aug. 31 – Sept. 6, 2015

MONDAY (August 31) 9.1

NO LISTINGS

TUESDAY (September 1)

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968), Stanley Kubrick – 7pm

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1978), Rob Reiner – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains VillageRoswell
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1978), Rob Reiner – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Horizon VillageSuwannee
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1978), Rob Reiner – 7:30pm

Some Like it HotWEDNESDAY (September 2)

Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta
SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959), Billy Wilder – 7:30pm

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1978), Rob Reiner – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains VillageRoswell
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1978), Rob Reiner – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Horizon VillageSuwannee
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1978), Rob Reiner – 7:30pm

THURSDAY (September 3)

NO LISTINGSThe Princess Bride

FRIDAY (September 4)

The Plaza Theater
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975), Jim Sharman – 12am
Featuring the live cast of Lips Down on Dixie

SATURDAY (September 5)

Aurora Cineplex – Roswell
A POEM IS A NAKED PERSON (1974), Les Blank7pm

Advertisements

REVIVED: Retro Blu-ray Releases, August 24-30, 2015

1950sThrone_of_Blood_Japanese_1957_poster
1957 – THRONE OF BLOOD, Akira Kurosawa (8/25)

1960s
1969 – THE REIVERS, Mark Rydell (8/25)

1970s
1972 – THE SICILIAN CONNECTION, Ferdinando Baldi (8/24)
1972 – THE REVENGERS, Daniel Mann (8/25)
1974 – LEGACY OF SATAN/BLOOD, Gerard Damiano/Andy Milligan (8/24)
1979 – PLAY MOTEL, Mario Gariazzo (8/25)

1980s
1981 – STUDENT BODIES, Mickey Rose/Michael Ritchie (8/25)
1982 – THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP, George Roy Hill (8/25)
1982 – THE LAST AMERICAN VIRGIN, Boaz Davidson (8/25)
affiche-metamorphosis-1990-11982 – THE SENDER, Roger Christian (8/25)
1983 – DANIEL, Sidney Lumet (8/25)
1983/1990 – EASY MONEY/MEN AT WORK, James Signorelli/Emilio Estevez (8/25)
1985 – THE LAST DRAGON (30th Anniversary), Michael Schultz (8/25)
1985 – VAMPIRE HUNTER D, Toyoo Ashida (8/25)
1985 – RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II, George P. Cosmatos (8/25)
1987 – ANGEL HEART, Alan Parker (8/25)
1988 – RAMBO III, Peter MacDonald (8/25)

1990s
1990 – METAMORPHOSIS/BEYOND DARKNESS, Glenn Kajakjian/Claudio Fragasso (8/25)
1990 – JACOB’S LADDER, Adrian Lyne (8/25)beyond-darkness
1990 – AIR AMERICA, Roger Spottiswoode (8/25)
1991 – THE DOORS, Oliver Stone (8/25)
1995 – THE BABYSITTER, Guy Ferland (8/25)

Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, August 24-30, 2015

MONDAY (August 24)75

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

TUESDAY (August 25)

Movies ATL 14
SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991), Jonathan Demme – 7pm

THX1138Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
THX 1138 (1971), George Lucas – 7pm
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

WEDNESDAY (August 26)

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

THURSDAY (August 27)

Morehouse CollegeShirely Massey Building
SCHOOL DAZE (1988), Spike Lee – 5pm

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)Space is the Place
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

FRIDAY (August 28)

The Plaza Theater
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975), Jim Sharman – 12am
Featuring the live cast of Lips Down on Dixie

SATURDAY (August 29)

EyeDrum
SPACE IS THE PLACE (1972), John Coney – 8:30pm

WingsSUNDAY (August 30)

Earl Smith Strand TheatreMarietta
WINGS (1925), William A. Wellman/Harry d’Abbadie d’Arrast – 3pm
“2015 Silent Films” series

REVIVED: Retro Blu-Ray Releases, August 17-23, 2015

1960sNight-of-the-eagle-poster
1962 – BURN, WITCH, BURN (“Night of the Eagle”), Sidney Hayers (8/18)
1965 – NIGHTMARE CASTLE, Mario Caiano/Jack Hill (8/18)
1966 – NAVAJO JOE, Sergio Corbucci (8/18)
1967 – FACE TO FACE, Sergio Sollima (8/18)

1970s
1971 – A TOWN CALLED HELL, Robert Parrish/Irving Lerner (8/18)
1972 – A REASON TO LIVE, A REASON TO DIE, Tonino Valerii (8/18)
1973 – DAY FOR NIGHT, Francois Truffaut (8/18)
1973 – LA GRANDE BOUFFE, Marco Ferreri (8/18)

nightmare-castle1980s
1980 – DEVIL HUNTER/CANNIBAL TERROR, Jesus Franco/A.W. Steeve (8/18)
1983 – THE HUNGER, Tony Scott (8/18)
1986 – NOMADS, John McTiernan (8/18)
1988 – TROMA’S WAR, Lloyd Kaufman/Michael Herz (8/18)
1988 – THE COUCH TRIP, Michael Ritchie (8/18)

1990s hackers-(1995)-large-picture
1992 – DIGGSTOWN, Michael Ritchie (8/18)
1995 – HACKERS (20th Anniversary Edition), Iain Softley (8/18)

Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, Aug. 17-23, 2015

MONDAY (August 17) Pather Panchali

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

TUESDAY (August 18)

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
BRAZIL (1985), Terry Gilliam – 7pm
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

BrazilMovies ATL 14
SPACEBALLS (1987), Mel Brooks – 7pm

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
THE SANDLOT (1993), David M. Evans – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains VillageRoswell
THE SANDLOT (1993), David M. Evans – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Horizon VillageSuwannee
THE SANDLOT (1993), David M. Evans – 7:30pm

Decatur Library
NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS (1958), Mervyn LeRoy 9:30am

WEDNESDAY (August 19)The Third Man

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
THE SANDLOT (1993), David M. Evans – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains VillageRoswell
THE SANDLOT (1993), David M. Evans – 7:30pm

Movie Tavern at Horizon VillageSuwannee
THE SANDLOT (1993), David M. Evans – 7:30pm

Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta/Duluth
MATILDA (1996), Danny DeVito – 7pm

GreaseRegal Cinemas Perimeter Pointe 10
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Regal Hollywood Stadium 24Chamblee
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Regal Cinemas Avalon 12Alpharetta
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Sugarloaf Mills 18Lawrenceville
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Avenue Forsyth 12Cumming
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Barrett Commons 24Kennesaw
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Southlake 24Morrow
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Regal McDonough Stadium 16McDonough
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Merchant’s Walk Stadium Cinemas 14MariettaIce Cream Man
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Cinemark Tinseltown 17Fayetteville
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Georgian Stadium 14 – Newnan
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

THURSDAY (August 20)

The Plaza Theater
ICE CREAM MAN (1995), Paul Norman – 7:30pm

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed
APU TRILOGY PT. 1: PATHER PANCHALI (1958), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 2: APARAJITO (1959), Satyajit Ray
APU TRILOGY PT. 3: THE WORLD OF APU (1960), Satyajit Ray

The DamnedFRIDAY (August 21)

Toco Hill-Avis G. Williams LibraryDecatur
THE BIRDCAGE (1996), Mike Nichols 1:30pm

The Plaza Theater
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975), Jim Sharman – 12am
Featuring the live cast of Lips Down on Dixie

SATURDAY (August 22)

The Plaza Theater (Contact theatre for show times.)
THE DAMNED: DON’T YOU WISH WE WERE DEAD (2015), Wes Orshoski

SUNDAY (August 23)Matilda

Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta/Duluth
MATILDA (1996), Danny DeVito – 2pm

The Plaza Theater (Contact theatre for show times.)
THE DAMNED: DON’T YOU WISH WE WERE DEAD (2015), Wes Orshoski

REVIVED: Retro Blu-ray Releases, August 10-16, 2015

1930sThe_Front_Page_(1931_film)_poster
1931 – THE FRONT PAGE, Lewis Milestone (8/11)

1950s
1955 – HOUSE OF BAMBOO, Samuel Fuller (8/11)
1957 – THE MONSTER THAT CHALLENGED THE WORLD, Arnold Laven (8/11)

1960s
1965 – WAR-GODS OF THE DEEP, Jacques Tourneur (8/11)
1967 – GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER (Limited Edition), Stanley Kramer (8/11)
1968 – HELLFIGHTERS, Andrew McLaglen (8/11)

1980s
1981 – THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN, Karel Reisz (8/11)
1982 – HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH, Tommy Lee Wallace (8/11)
Halloween III Season of the Witch Quad1982 – STILL OF THE NIGHT, Robert Benton (8/11)
1982 – A MIDSUMMER’S NIGHT SEX COMEDY (Limited Edition), Woody Allen (8/11)
1982 – SUMMER LOVERS (Limited Edition), Randal Kleiser (8/11)
1994 – ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA, Sergio Leone (8/11)
1989 – THE JANUARY MAN, Pat O’Connor (8/11)

1990s
1991 – THE PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS (Collector’s Edition), Wes Craven (8/11)
1992 – THAT NIGHT, Craig Bolotin (8/11)
1993 – SUMMERSBY, Jon Amiel (8/11)
1993 – THE NUTCRACKER, Emile Ardolino (8/11)
1994 – SECOND BEST, Chris Menges (8/11)once_upon_a_time_in_america_ver6
1994 – NEW AGE, Michael Tolkin (8/11)
1995 – EMPIRE RECORDS, Allan Moyle (8/11)
1995 – COPYCAT, Jon Amiel (8/11)
1995 – BOYS ON THE SIDE, Herbert Ross (8/11)
1995 – HEAT, Michael Mann (8/11)
1996 – THE NORTH STAR, Nils Gaup (8/11)
1996 – THE SUNCHASER, Michael Cimino (8/11)
1996 – BOGUS, Noel Jewison (8/11)
1997 – L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, Curtis Hanson (8/11)
1997 – BREAKING UP, Robert Greenwald (8/11)
1997 – THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO LITTLE, Jon Amiel (8/11)
1998 – THE NEGOTIATOR, F. Gary Gray (8/11)
1998 – KITE COLLECTION (8/11)

Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, August 10-16, 2015

MONDAY (August 10)The Third Man

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed

Lefont Theatre
LIVE FROM NEW YORK! (2015), Bao Nyugen 7pm
*Documentary on 40 years of SNL

TUESDAY (August 11)

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
ALPHAVILLE (1965), Jean-Luc Godard – 7pm
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed

WEDNESDAY (August 12)

Pee Wees Big AdventureLandmark Midtown Art Cinema  (Contact theatre for show times)
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed

The Plaza Theater
PEE WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE (1985), Tim Burton – 7pm
30th Anniversary

Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta
FLASHDANCE (1983), Adrian Lyne – 7:30pm

THURSDAY (August 13)

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema (Contact theatre for show times)
THE THIRD MAN (1949), Carol Reed

Atlantic Station
THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939), Victor Fleming – Dusk
“Movies in Central Park” series

FRIDAY (August 14)Cannibal Ferox

The Plaza Theater
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975), Jim Sharman – 12am
Featuring the live cast of Lips Down on Dixie

SATURDAY (August 15)

Cinevision Screening Room
CANNIBAL FEROX (1981)/35mm, Umberto Lenzi – 8:30pm
Presented by Splatter Cinema/Enjoy the Film

Center for Puppetry Arts
GHOSTBUSTERS (1984), Ivan Reitman – 8pm

The Plaza Theater
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968), George A. Romero – 9:30pm

Night of the Living DeadFox Theatre
BRAVEHEART (1995), Mel Gibson – 7:30pm
“Coca Cola Summer Film Festival”

SUNDAY (August 16)

Regal Cinemas Perimeter Pointe 10
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Regal Hollywood Stadium 24Chamblee
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Regal Cinemas Avalon 12Alpharetta
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Sugarloaf Mills 18Lawrenceville
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Avenue Forsyth 12Cumming
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Barrett Commons 24KennesawGrease
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

AMC Southlake 24Morrow
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Regal McDonough Stadium 16McDonough
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Merchant’s Walk Stadium Cinemas 14Marietta
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Cinemark Tinseltown 17Fayetteville
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm

Georgian Stadium 14 – Newnan
GREASE (1978), Randal Kleiser 2pm/7pm