A decision has been made. June 18th, we’ll be watching Labyrinth. After The Dark Crystal, Jim Henson was depressed. The film had not done well with critics or audiences. He wanted next film to be more commercially accessible, and at some point decided he wanted more relatable central characters. How he thought that David Bowie… Continue reading Labyrinth

June 18

We’re planning a movie night, but we haven’t picked a movie yet. We’re considering Last Night in Soho: I am a big fan of Edgar Wright from the the second shot of the walk to the corner store in Shaun of the Dead. He is probably the greatest living director, and you should watch his… Continue reading June 18

Shark Tale

Because we all need to come to terms with our self-image, this Saturday 10 April, we will be screening Shark Tale. This was Dreamworks answer to Finding Nemo. Instead of a heartfelt story about an adult coming to terms with sadness, death and loss, we have the story of a self-obsessed teenager. Still, I have… Continue reading Shark Tale

Nightmare Before Christmas

This Saturday, October 19, we’ll be showing Nightmare Before Christmas before Halloween. This might be our last showing for the year, we’ll have to see how the weather plays out. I hope you can find your way out to help us close out the year!

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The Birdcage

Based on Le cage aux folles, I personally think the Birdcage is one of those rare movies where the remake is better. Robin Williams and Nathan Lane are just darling, to use the vernacular, and Gene Hackman as the uptight politician is spot on. So come as you are and watch the Birdcage with us… Continue reading The Birdcage