Our Bette Davis vs. Joan Crawford series concludes with two classics: ALL ABOUT EVE, in which Davis plays a Broadway star challenged by a younger woman, and MILDRED PIERCE, in which Joan Crawford is a maternal martyr in thrall to her own femme fatale daughter.
We spotlight saviors from another world with this Easter double feature of SUPERMAN, starring Christopher Reeve as the Man of Steel, followed by 1950s flying saucer saga THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, starring Michael Rennie as a Christ-like alien.
This terrific concert film captures U.K. alternative rockers The Cure performing in an ancient French amphitheater while on tour in 1986. The band plays 23 songs including “Inbetween Days,” “Let's Go to Bed” and “Boys Don't Cry.” Discussion following with Cure co-founder Lol Tolhurst.
As a centennial salute to PSYCHO author Robert Bloch, we check into the Bates Motel with a horror triple feature of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic shocker and its two theatrical sequels, all starring Anthony Perkins as lethal mama’s boy Norman Bates. Tickets: $15.