2010 Schedule Announced (subject to change)

October 23, 2010

Thursday – Oct. 28: Free

28thThe Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2009) directed by Niels Arden Oplev w Michael Nygvist & Noomi Rapace. A disgraced financial reporter and the hacker who helped bring him down are hired by a powerful industrialist to bring closure to an old murder.

Friday – Oct. 29: Free

29th – Friday Night – Alien (1979) directed by Ridley Scott w Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt & Harry Dean Stanton. When a deep space garbage scow picks up a perfect killing organism for the ride home – problems arise. Director’s cut.

Saturday – Oct. 30: Five Dollar Day Pass

12noon – 2pm

Belly by Cecilla Rinn

2pm – 3pm

2:00 – The Telltale Heart by Jeff Yanik

2:25 – Time Travel to the Rescue by Clyde Aragon

2:30 – Cinema of Horror by Peter Kershaw

2:40 – Et Maintenant by Oscar Zamora

3pm – 5pm

3:00 – By Any Means Necessary by Brandon Chase

3:10 – Shooter by Oscar Zamora

3:20 – Not Human by Arthur Portillo

3:30 – Madness – by Arthur Portillo

3:35 – Angler by Oscar Zamora

3:40 – Sleeping to Dream by Oscar Zamora

4 pm – The Making Of by Travis Thoms

4:50 – A Chat With Death by J Hopkins

5pm – 8pm – Regional film presentation in association with The Bountiful Alliance

5:00 – Fangs & Satin – by Joe Garcia

5:10 – The Ghost in Room 310 by Denise Trochei

5:50 – Harley Paul; The Last Ride by Julie Durham

6:00 – Lee Belle Johnson by La Vern Walker

6:10 – In Place Out of Time by Errin Hudson

7:00 – Genetic Chile by Christopher Dudley

7:40 – The Next Level by Julie Durham

8:05 – awards presentation

8:30 Gary Farmer & the Troublemakers @ Main Street Gallery

Sunday October 31: Five Dollar Day Pass

Noon – The Forbidden Planet (1955) by Fred Wilcox w Walter Pigeon, Leslie Nielson & Robby the Robot. Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” manifests itself on the distant planet Altair as visitors from Earth compel a scientist to create psychic storms to protect his daughter

2:00 – The Exorcist (1971) by William Friedkin w Max von Sydow & Ellen Burstyn. An aging priest must face a much older adversary at a residence in Georgetown.

4:15 – Santa Sangre (1989) by Alejandro Jodorowsky w Axel Jodorowsky & Guy Stockwell. A young man escapes from a lunatic asylum to join his mother in a bizarre carnival sideshow act.

6:15 – The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) by James Whale w Boris Karloff, Colin Clive & Elsa Lanchester. Dr. Frankenstein’s creation returns and prevails upon the good doctor to make him a mate. What could go wrong?

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