REVIVED: Retro Blu-ray Releases, Dec. 22-28, 2014

1940sRope of Sand
1949 – ROPE OF SAND, William Dieterle (12/23)

1950s
1950 – UNION STATION, Rudolph Mate (12/23)
1950 – DARK CITY, William Dieterle (12/23)
1951 – APPOINTMENT WITH DANGER, Lewis Allen (12/23)

1960s
1967 – HURRY SUNDOWN, Otto Preminger (12/23)
1968 – SKIDOO, Otto Preminger (12/23)

Dark City1970s
1971 – SUCH GOOD FRIENDS, Otto Preminger (12/23)
1973 – A CANDLE FOR THE DEVIL, Eugenerio Martin (12/27)

1980s
1987 – STRIPPED TO KILL, Kat Shea (12/27)

Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, Dec. 15-21, 2014

MONDAY (December 15)GWTW

Central LibraryFulton County
GONE WITH THE WIND (1939), Victor Fleming – 12pm

Charles D. Switzer LibraryMarietta
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983), Bob Clark 6pm

Cinemark Movies 10Fayetteville
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik – 2:05/9:45pm

AMC Southlake 24Morrow
WHITE CHRISTMAS (60th Anniversary) (1954), Michael Curtiz 7pm

White ChristmasAMC Avenue Forsyth 12Cumming
WHITE CHRISTMAS (60th Anniversary) (1954), Michael Curtiz 7pm

AMC Barrett Commons 24Kennesaw
WHITE CHRISTMAS (60th Anniversary) (1954), Michael Curtiz 7pm

Regal Hollywood Stadium 24Chamblee
WHITE CHRISTMAS (60th Anniversary) (1954), Michael Curtiz 7pm

Cinemark Tinseltown 17 – Fayetteville
WHITE CHRISTMAS (60th Anniversary) (1954), Michael Curtiz 7pm

TUESDAY (December16)

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik 7:30pmThe Muppet Christmas Carol

CineBistro at Town Brookhaven
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), Frank Capra – 6:30pm
CineClassic 2014” series

Toco Hill-Avis G. Williams LibraryDecatur
THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL (1992), Brian Henson 3pm

Cinemark Movies 10Fayetteville
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik – 2:05/9:45pm

Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains VillageRoswell
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik – 2:05/9:45pm

The Princess BrideWEDNESDAY (December 17)
Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta/Duluth
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1987), Rob Reiner – 7pm

Cinemark Movies 10Fayetteville
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik – 2:05/9:45pm

Movie Tavern at Sandy Plains VillageRoswell
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik – 2:05/9:45pm

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik 7:30pm

THURSDAY (December 18)

The Plaza Theater
Cineprov: “Ruining Childhood Memories Holiday Show” – 7:30pm

Cinemark Movies 10Fayetteville
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik – 2:05/9:45pm

FRIDAY (December 19)rocky-horror-poster-3

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

SATURDAY (December 20)

Charles D. Switzer LibraryMarietta
DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS (1966), Chuck Jones/Ben Washam 3pm

Powder Springs Public LibraryPowder Springs
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS (1956), Michael Anderson 3pm “Super Saturday Matinee”

Around the World in 80 DaysFlat Shoals LibraryDecatur
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983), Bob Clark 3pm

Atlanta History Center
LA BAMBA (1997), Luis Valdez – 2pm

Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Contact Fernbank for show times.)
DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS (1966), Chuck Jones/Ben Washam

SUNDAY (December 21)

Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Contact Fernbank for show times.)
DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS (1966), Chuck Jones/Ben Washam

Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta/Duluth
THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1987), Rob Reiner – 2pm

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Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, Dec. 8-14, 2014

MONDAY (December 8)12.9SplatterCinema

The Plaza Theater (Contact Plaza Theatre for show times.)
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), Frank Capra
HOME ALONE (1990), Chris Columbus

TUESDAY (December 9)

Cinevision Screening Room
GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH (1990), Joe Dante (35mm) – 8pm
Presented by Splatter Cinema/Enjoy the Film

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983), Bob Clark – 7:30pm

A Christmas StoryCineBistro at Town Brookhaven
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983), Bob Clark – 6:30pm
CineClassic 2014” series

The Plaza Theater (Contact Plaza Theatre for show times.)
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), Frank Capra
HOME ALONE (1990), Chris Columbus

WEDNESDAY (December 10)

CineBistro at Town Brookhaven
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983), Bob Clark – 6:30pm
CineClassic 2014” series

The Plaza Theater (Contact Plaza Theatre for show times.)Babes in Toyland
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), Frank Capra
HOME ALONE (1990), Chris Columbus

THURSDAY (December 11)

No Listings

FRIDAY (December 12)

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

SATURDAY (December 13)

Chitty Chitty Bang BangMidtown Art Cinema
THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL (1992), Brian Henson – 10am

Charles D. Switzer LibraryMarietta
BABES IN TOYLAND (1961), Jack Donohue 3pm

Powder Springs Public LibraryPowder Springs
CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (1968), Ken Hughes 3pm
“Super Saturday Matinee”

Center for Puppetry Arts
THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS (1993), Henry Selick – 7pmGremlins

The Plaza Theater
GREMLINS (1984), Joe Dante – 7:30pm

Atlanta History Center
SELENA (1997), Gregory Nava – 2pm

Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Contact Fernbank for show times.)
A FLINTSTONE’S FAMILY CHRISTMAS (1993), Ray Patterson

SUNDAY (December 14)

No Listings

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Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, December 1-7, 2014

MONDAY (December 1)Christmas Vacation

Charles D. Switzer LibraryMarietta
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik 6pm

TUESDAY (December 2)

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
HOME ALONE (1990), Chris Columbus – 7:30pm

CineBistro at Town Brookhaven
NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989), Jeremiah S. Chechik – 6:30pm “CineClassic 2014” series

WEDNESDAY (December 3)

A Christmas StoryEmory Arts/Emory Cinematheque
BLIND CHANCE (1981), Krzysztof Kieslowski – 7:30pm
Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema” series.

Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown LibraryDecatur
ROGER & HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA (1997), Robert Iscove – 6pm

Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta/Duluth
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983), Bob Clark – 7:30pm

Northlake Festival Movie Tavern
HOME ALONE (1990), Chris Columbus – 7:30pm

THURSDAY (December 4)Santa Claus

The Plaza Theater
LETHAL WEAPON (1987), Richard Donner – 7:30pm
“Cineprov”

Regal Cinemas Avalon 12Alpharetta
RiffTrax Live!: SANTA CLAUS (1959), K. Gordon Murray 8pm

Regal Hollywood Stadium 24Chamblee
RiffTrax Live!: SANTA CLAUS (1959), K. Gordon Murray 8pm

Regal Cinemas Perimeter Pointe 10
RiffTrax Live!: SANTA CLAUS (1959), K. Gordon Murray 8pm

It's a Wonderful LifeFRIDAY (December 5)

Emory Arts/Emory Cinematheque
A SHORT FILM ABOUT KILLING (1987), Krzysztof Kieslowski – 7:30pm
Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema” series.

The Plaza Theater (Contact Plaza Theatre for show times.)
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), Frank Capra
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975), Jim Sharman, 12am
Featuring the live cast of Lips Down on Dixie

SATURDAY (December 6)

Emory: Film Studies
GONE WITH THE WIND (1939), Victor Fleming/George Cukor/Sam Wood – 1pm

Charles D. Switzer LibraryMarietta
THE NUTCRACKER (1993), Emile Ardolino 3pm

Powder Springs Public LibraryPowder SpringsLittle Miss Marker
LITTLE MISS MARKER (1934), Alexander Hall 3pm
“Super Saturday Matinee”

The Plaza Theater (Contact Plaza Theatre for show times.)
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), Frank Capra

SUNDAY (December 7)

The Plaza Theater (Contact Plaza Theatre for show times.)
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946), Frank Capra

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REVIVED: Retro Blu-ray Releases, November 24-30, 2014

1930sOnly Angels Have Wings
1939 – ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS, Howard Hawks (11/24)
1939 – THE WIZARD OF OZ (75th Anniversary edition), Victor Fleming (11/25)

1940s
1948 – HOLLOW TRIUMPH, Steve Sekely (11/24)

1950s
1953 – BEAT THE DEVIL, John Huston (11/24)
1954 – SALT OF THE EARTH, Herbert Biberman (11/24)

L'Avventura1960s
1960 – L’AVVENTURA, Michelangelo Antonioni (11/25)

1970s
1970 – THE CONFORMIST, Bernardo Bertolucci (11/25)
1973 – THE LONG GOODBYE, Robert Altman (11/25)
1974 – THIEVES LIKE US, Robert Altman (11/25)
1977 – SHOCK WAVES, Ken Wiederhorn (11/25)
1978 –ALWAYS FOR PLEASURE, Les Blank (11/25)

1980s
1984 – BRYAN ADAMS: RECKLESS (30th Anniversary Deluxe edition.) (11/24)
1989 – SAMURAI COP, Amir Shervan (11/25)

1990sBeat the Devil
1992 – SAILOR MOON: Season 1, Part 1 (11/25)
1996 – DON’T BE A MENACE TO SOUTH CENTRAL WHILE DRINKING YOUR JUICE IN THE HOOD, Paris Barclay (11/25)

Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, November 24-30, 2014

MONDAY (November 24)The War Wagon

AMC Southlake 24Morrow
QUEEN ROCK MONTREAL 1981 CONCERT (1981) 7pm

Regal Cinemas Avalon 12Alpharetta
QUEEN ROCK MONTREAL 1981 CONCERT (1981) 7pm

Regal Hollywood Stadium 24Chamblee
QUEEN ROCK MONTREAL 1981 CONCERT (1981) 7pm

Charles D. Switzer LibraryMarietta
THE WAR WAGON (1967), Burt Kennedy 6pm

Indiana Jones - Raiders of the Lost ArkTUESDAY (November 25)

CineBistro at Town Brookhaven
INDIANA JONES AND RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981), Steven Spielberg – 6:30pm “CineClassic 2014” series

WEDNESDAY (November 26)

No Listings

THURSDAY (November 27)

No Listings

FRIDAY (November 28)

Toco Hill-Avis G. Williams LibraryDecatur
THE BLACK STALLION (1979), Carroll Ballard 1:30pm

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

SATURDAY (November 29)

Charles D. Switzer LibraryMarietta
ANNIE (1982), John Huston 3pm

Powder Springs Public LibraryPowder Springs
MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (1944), Vincente Minnelli 3pm
“Super Saturday Matinee”

SUNDAY (November 30)

Studio Movie GrillAlpharetta/Duluth
THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965), Robert Wise – 2pm

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REVIVED: Retro Blu-Ray Releases, November 17-23, 2014

1920sThe Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
1920 – THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI, Robert Wiene (11/18)

1930s
1934 – IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT, Frank Capra (11/18)

1940s
1940 – REMEMBER THE NIGHT, Mitchell Leisen (11/18)
1945 – THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, Albert Lewin (11/18)

1950s
1956 – CINERAMA: SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD (11/18)
1957 – CINERAMA: SEARCH FOR PARADISE (11/18)

The Picture of Dorian Gray1960s
1961 – POCKETFUL OF MIRACLES, Frank Capra (11/18)
1964 – DR. STRANGELOVE, Stanley Kubrick (11/23)
1966 – THE BUBBLE 3D, Arch Oboler (11/18)
1969 – EASY RIDER, Dennis Hopper (11/23)

1970s

1971 – WHAT THE PEEPER SAW, Andrea Bianchi/James Kelley (11/18)
1975 – TOMMY, Ken Russell (11/23)
1976 – TAXI DRIVER, Martin Scorsese (11/23)
1978 – COMING HOME, Hal Ashby (11/18)
1978 – PRETTY PEACHES, Alex de Renzy (11/18)Dr. Strangelove

1980s
1980 – CHRISTMAS EVIL, Lewis Jackson (11/18)
1981 – STRIPES, Ivan Reitman (11/23)
1981 – DAS BOOT, Wolfgang Petersen (11/23)
1982 – COME BACK TO THE 5 & DIME, JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN, Robert Altman (11/18)
1984 – THE KARATE KID, John G. Avildsen (11/23)
1984 – TRANCERS, Charles Band (11/18)
1984 – BOY MEETS GIRL, Leos Carax (11/18)
1985 – THE DIRT BIKE KID, Hoite Caston (11/18)
1986 – MAUVAIS SANG, Leos Carax (11/18)
1988 – MONKEY SHINES, George A. Romero (11/18)
1989 – KIKI’S DELIVERY SERVICE, Hayao Miyazaki (11/18)
1989 – MOONTRAP, Robert Dyke (11/18)

The Professional1990s
1993 – THE DARK HALF, George A. Romero (11/18)
1994 – PUMPKINHEAD II: BLOOD WINGS, Jeff Burr (11/18)
1994 – LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL, Luc Besson (11/23)
1995 – DESPERADO, Robert Rodriguez (11/23)
1997 – THE FIFTH ELEMENT, Luc Besson (11/23)
1997 – PRINCESS MONONOKE, Hayao Miyazaki (11/18)