Double Feature

Dracula’s Daughter (Sold Out)

The Hunger (Sold Out)

Dracula’s Daughter (Sold Out)

This showtime is now SOLD OUT. Please note that we will not be selling any tickets at the door for this screening.

The death of Count Dracula is not the end of the vampire’s curse! Picking up right where the first movie left off, Dracula’s Daughter follows a wholly new horror as a psychiatrist trying to prove Van Helsing’s innocence in Dracula’s murder becomes entranced by a visiting Eastern European noblewoman who has mysterious ties to the late vampire. Combining the tragic grandeur and ribald energy these Universal horror classics excelled at, this sequel is a piquant, playful fable of the undead that glances roundly into an inhuman pit of darkness, and is arguably the first lesbian vampire film.

“Gloria Holden is a remarkably convincing bat-woman” – Frank S. Nugent, The New York Times

“One of the most satisfying vampire pictures ever made. Lambert Hillyer’s direction is all but perfect — his visuals are lush, evocative, and suffused with just the right gothic chiaroscuro. The script is tight and suspenseful. And, best of all, the underrated Gloria Holden, as the reluctant vampire protagonist, absolutely drips patrician eroticism” – Steve Simels, Entertainment Weekly

Director
Lambert Hillyer
Starring
Otto Kruger, Gloria Holden, Marguerite Churchill, Edward Van Sloan, Gilbert Emery, Irving Pichel
Year
1936
Country
USA
Format
35mm
Running Time
71 minutes

The Hunger (Sold Out)

This showtime is now SOLD OUT. Please note that we will not be selling any tickets at the door for this screening.

A black velvet, crimson-blooded fairy tale for the post-punk ‘80s, The Hunger is a goth masterpiece of exquisite beauty and timeless passion, an atmospheric and visually striking feature length debut from director Tony Scott. When the longtime lover (David Bowie) of a centuries-old vampire (Catherine Deneuve) begins to deteriorate rapidly, a scientist (Susan Sarandon) studying the effects of aging ignites a fiery love triangle that threatens to engulf them all.

“What makes The Hunger so much fun is its knowing stylishness, which Mr. Scott, who makes his theatrical film debut here, has brought to movies from a career in commercials and documentaries. Here is a film that, for once, is appropriately served by fast cuts, overlapping dialogue, flashy camera work, wildly fashionable clothes and decor so elegant that only mythical creatures could sit around in it.” – Vincent Canby, The New York Times

Director
Tony Scott
Starring
Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, Susan Sarandon, Cliff De Young
Year
1983
Rated
R
Country
UK/USA
Format
35mm
Running Time
97 minutes

Upcoming Showtimes

Tue, June 22
7:30 pm
Dracula’s Daughter (Sold Out)
9:15 pm
The Hunger (Sold Out)