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Jan 27 to Jan 30
Friday thru Monday 3:15, 7:45

Dir. Kore-eda Hirokazu - 2022 - 130m - South Korea - In Korean with English subtitles

Five years after winning the Palme d’Or for SHOPLIFTERS, Academy Award nominated filmmaker Kore-eda Hirokazu returns with BROKER, starring Cannes Best Actor winner Song Kang Ho (PARASITE). The film follows two brokers who sell orphaned infants, circumventing the bureaucracy of legal adoption, to affluent couples who can’t have children of their own. After an infant’s mother surprises the duo by returning to ensure her child finds a good home, the three embark on a journey to find the right couple, building an unlikely family of their own.

"This masterful drama has Kore-eda’s almost impossible grace and empathy in every scene, further exemplifying his ability to tell emotionally raw stories without devolving into melodrama." - Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

"I felt like I’d seen it already, but so help me, I cried all over again." - Ty Burr, Ty Burr's Watch List

"Even when it edges toward sentimentality, Broker is redeemed by Kore-eda Hirokazu’s customarily bracing humanism." - Kenji Fujishima, Slant Magazine

"Bittersweet and beautiful, Broker sits easily amongst Kore-eda’s finest films, and as one of the best filmmakers working today that is surely saying something." -  Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, AWFJ Women on Film

"Sentimental and sweet, often funny, and a lighter take on Kore-eda’s ongoing project of exploring chosen families." - Alissa Wilkinson, Vox

"By Kore-eda's gentle standards, "Broker" is a more suspenseful, plot-driven affair than usual, but the enormity of his compassion and melancholy air remain undiminished." - Tim Grierson, Screen International

“A beautifully composed and constructed character study wrapped in Kore-eda’s signature warmth and grace." - Keith Garlington, Keith & the Movies

"Will have you laughing and will definitely have you crying." - Ray Lobo, Film Threat

"Has a premise that’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen: It’s a heartwarming drama about a chosen family of child traffickers." - Stephen Silver, Tilt Magazine

"A premise that’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen: It’s a heartwarming drama about a chosen family of child traffickers." - Stephen Silver, Broad Street Review

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Jan 27 to Jan 30
Friday thru Monday 6pm ONLY!

Dir. Pete Ohs - 2022 - 69m - No Matinees

Hiding out in New Mexico after a freak accident, Elena runs into Jessica, an old friend from high school. When Jessica’s stalker suddenly shows up at their door, they must seek help from beyond the grave to get rid of him, for good.

"One of the stranger movies one might see this year about stalking ghosts, hitchhikers, and the gorgeous background of New Mexico, and thats a good thing." - Nick Allen, RogerEbert.com

"If the mix of dead-serious themes and playful, why-the-hell-not approach gives off a youthful, almost film-studenty energy, the actual craft is well above amateur-level." - Jessica Kiang, Variety

"Full of quirky, dead-panned humor, with biting sarcasm thats utilized in a way rarely seen in the genre." - Valerie Complex, Deadline Hollywood Daily

"One of the (very) rare films that gets stalking right, and it is precisely because of its low-key yet central supernatural conceit." - Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, AWFJ Women on Film

"An odd film full of dry humor, gorgeous compositions, and intriguing ideas about the true nature of life, Jethica is a captivating golden-hour ghost story." - Jessica Scott, Daily Grindhouse

"An uneasy score sets a haunting tone for the film and keeps the tension high as mild pacing and well placed long takes give scenes space to manifest suspense." - Thomas Stoneham-Judge, ForReel Movie News And Reviews

"Jethica keeps it sparse and creates a compelling and thought-provoking film, a film about life, love, and death wrapped in a supernatural tale. " - DarkSkyLady,DarkSkyLady Reviews

"In finding humor, pathos, and beauty in such a complicated subject matter, Ohs and company deliver a sunbaked ghost story that should stand the test of time." - Matthew Monagle, The Playlist

"A film that never loses track of its simplicity and core idea. It comes and goes in a quick 70-minute runtime and leaves a stronger impression than most comedies and ghost stories." - Kevin L. Lee, Film Inquiry

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THE DEVIL'S TONGUE - locally made feature with cast & crew in person!

Jan 27 to Jan 28
Friday 10:30pm / Saturday 1pm

Dir. Julian Gowdy - 2022 - 78m - ALL SEATS $10

Three years sober and feeling his filmmaking dreams slipping through his fingers, Julian realizes that he needs to make a decision and disregard all else. 

After learning that a Hollywood Producer’s son is about to leave rehab, Julian concocts a plan to use his actors to stage a party so he can take matters into his own hands.

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THE FOG - the 1980 John Carpenter Classic!

Jan 28
Saturday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. John Carpenter - 1980 - 89m - ALL SEATS $10


When the fog rolls in ... the terror begins! This moody horror classic from master of terror John Carpenter (The Thing) and producer Debra Hill (Escape From New York) stars Adrienne Barbeau (Swamp Thing), Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween), Tom Atkins (Halloween III: Season Of The Witch), Hal Holbrook (Creepshow) and Janet Leigh (Psycho). Don't get lost in the fog ...

The sleepy seaside village of Antonio Bay is about to learn the true meaning of the word "vengeance." This seemingly perfect town masks a guilty secret ... a past steeped in greed and murder. Exactly 100 years ago, a ship was horribly wrecked under mysterious circumstances in a thick, eerie fog. Now, shrouded in darkness, the long-dead mariners have returned from their watery grave to exact a bloody revenge.


"It's one of the director's most atmospheric, the shots of a wave-lashed cove and fog-choked headland making the town's impending reckoning almost poetic." - Phil Hoad, Guardian

"Ghoulish, tense and utterly fantastical, John Carpenter's tale of shipwrecked spectres squelching their way through a fluorescent fog to wreak vengeance on a seaside town is a classic campfire yarn." - Will Lawrence, Empire Magazine

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