Cat-fearing Bela Lugosi pursues devil-worshipping Boris Karloff through his crazed, Bauhaus-on-acid mansion in an 80th anniversary screening of THE BLACK CAT, followed by 1935's maniacal chiller THE RAVEN.
Though horror hero Lon Chaney had given Universal some of its biggest hits in the silent era, the floodgates really opened in 1931 with Tod Browning's DRACULA. It's triple-billed with 1943's PHANTOM OF THE OPERA - with the ever-mesmerizing Claude Rains as the tragic Phantom - and Lon Chaney Jr. in THE WOLF MAN.
The Modern School Of Film’s FILM: MASTERS series returns with actor Alfred Molina's film pick - Kubrick's visually-stunning 1960 epic SPARTACUS. Molina will participate in a discussion after the film with Modern School of Film founder Robert Milazzo.
Continuing The Modern School of Film’s FILM: MASTERS series, “Sons of Anarchy” creator Kurt Sutter stops by for a Q&A following his film pick - director Stuart Rosenberg’s lyrical New York crime drama THE POPE OF GREENWICH VILLAGE, starring Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts.
A legendary band, an iconic venue! The Doors made a triumphant appearance at the Hollywood Bowl on July 5, 1968. Painstakingly restored from original camera negatives and remixed from multi-tracks, this mesmerizing film presents the historic concert in its entirety for the first time. Program begins with a slide show by rock photographer Henry Diltz.