Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
THE NINTH CONFIGURATION
TWINKLE, TWINKLE, KILLER KANE
Dir: William Peter Blatty
This hilarious, thrilling and altogether amazing fusion of horror film, ultra-black comedy and religious allegory was directed and written by THE EXORCIST author William Peter Blatty. Stacy Keach stars as the psychiatrist assigned to straighten out the inmates in a decaying castle taken over by the U.S. military.
Dir: Ben Wheatley
In 1648, a group of deserters from the English civil war take refuge from battle in an overgrown field, crossing paths with an alchemist’s assistant and treasure hunter. While there are plenty of mushrooms, treasure proves elusive in the field - but something much more ominous may be hiding there. This enigmatic film from on-the-rise director Ben Wheatley (KILL LIST) is both surreal and sinister, featuring moments of dark humor and stunning B&W cinematography. With Michael Smiley and Reece Shearsmith. “A FIELD IN ENGLAND is a mind-bending monochrome masterpiece... one of the best and bravest British films of the year.” - Twitch Film
On the first manned mission to Mars, an astronaut discovers fossilized evidence of bacterial life. But when crew members begin to vanish, the rest of the team wonders if the lifeform they have discovered is not yet dead, and the group falls apart as it awaits a relief ship. Starring Liev Schrieber, Elias Koteas, Romola Garai and Olivia Williams, LAST DAYS is a lean, muscular and fast-moving genre picture that shows that science fiction smartly done on a budget can hold its own with anything.