Jules / April 12th, 2019

Updated the screenings page with 80s screenings in USA, UK, Australia and Canada.

Jules / April 10th, 2019

THE TALK: Th 4/11: Emilio Estevez

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Jules / April 10th, 2019

Sometimes the dead don’t come back wrong. Sometimes they don’t come back at all. Read More here

Jules / March 31st, 2019

Director Michael Lehmann was shocked when he looked at the New York Times and Los Angeles Times entertainment sections and saw there were no ads for the second week of dark high school comedy “Heathers.” When the film opened on March 31, 1989, the indie film studio New World had taken out ads for the comedy that featured Winona Ryder and Christian Slater in career-defining performances. “It had played at Sundance and had gotten a lot of attention,” he noted. “We were really looking forward to see what would happen when it hit theaters. The first weekend was great — a good screen average for a little indie movie like that. We were super happy.” But without more ads they knew their little film would be in trouble. Read More here

Jules / March 31st, 2019

Jules / March 31st, 2019

Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn are headed to Netflix in a new horror series from Leah Rachel. “Taking place in a mystic, New Age pocket of Arizona, Chambers is a psychological horror story that explores the different ways we metabolize trauma,” the creator says. “But what starts out as a grounded human story eventually pivots into something far more strange and f’ed up than you were expecting.” Read More here

Jules / March 31st, 2019

Here’s a real kick in the head: It’s been 35 years since Columbia Studios released The Karate Kid. Fathom Events is marking the anniversary by bringing the 1984 classic back to the big screen Sunday and this Tuesday at more than 600 theaters nationwide. The special screenings are more than memory-lane matinees, they will be accompanied by a Season 2 preview of Cobra Kai, the acclaimed YouTube hit series (50 million views) that rekindles the Reagan Era rivalry between Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and pulls a second generation into the All Valley Championships grudge match. Read More here

Jules / March 31st, 2019

A musical version of The Outsiders, based on both S.E. Hinton’s groundbreaking 1967 YA novel and Francis Ford Coppola’s 1983 film version that introduced a generation of young actors who would dominate the screen for years to come, will make its world premiere next year at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre. Read More here

Jules / March 31st, 2019

While it didn’t get much attention early on, “Heathers” has become a bona fide cult classic and is now regarded as one of the great high school movies of the 1980’s. Celebrate the 30th anniversary of this subversive, dark comedy by learning some interesting facts about “Heathers.” Read More here

Jules / March 31st, 2019

Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer-winning play will begin performances at London’s Gielgud Theatre June 7. Read More here


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