We wish Olivia de Havilland a happy 100th birthday with what is commonly acknowledged as one of the most beautiful, spectacular early Technicolor films. Swashbuckling Errol Flynn (“Welcome to Sherwood!”) rescues de Havilland from the evil clutches of Claude Rains and Basil Rathbone in this rousing adventure for the ages.
Roy Scheider is a sheriff confronting crowds of sunbathers, self-serving local politicians and - most importantly - a monstrous great white shark over the July Fourth weekend. With Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss.
Sold Out! This Camp Void presentation begins with a live performance by Not Not Fun Records/Death Waltz Recording artist Umberto followed by BURIAL GROUND, in which a professor accidentally fulfills the prophecy of the black spider and unleashes the SLOWEST zombies to every shamble along in cinematic history.
The classic Civil War epic! Southern vixen Vivien Leigh only has eyes for sensitive Leslie Howard - but wise-cracking hellraiser Clark Gable is determined to win her heart, even if that means surviving the burning of Atlanta.
In Akira Kurosawa's epic and existential samurai/Noh theater rendition of Shakespeare's "King Lear," a once-merciless Lord leaves his kingdom to his three sons, and is dropped into a nightmarish hell when filial squabbling and betrayal erupts.