Category Archives: Screening

Upcoming Screenings…

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Jul 26 @ 13:00 – Deathtrap (Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham, NC 27701) // X
Jul 26 @ 19:30 – Superman / Supergirl Helen Slater in Person! (Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood) / X
Jul 27 @ 12:40 – Deathtrap (Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham, NC 27701) // X

Latest Screenings…

Jul 26 @ 13:00 – Deathtrap (Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham, NC 27701) // X
Jul 27 @ 12:40 – Deathtrap (Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham, NC 27701) // X

Critics Classics at Elk Grove presents Superman (1978)

The Critics Classics presents Superman (1978) at the Elk Grove Theatre on Wednesday, June 12th at 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Admission $5. Discussion will be led by critic Patrick Bromley. The Critics Classics at the Elk Grove Theatre will be in conjunction with the Chicago Film Critics Association. Each film will be selected by the member of the CFCA from a list they provide and will host with an introduction and a short Q&A after the show. The films will run the 2nd Wednesday of the Month at 7:00pm with select films also showing at 1:00pm.

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Superman 40th Anniversary Screening @ Leeds Film Festival

Nov 08 @ 20:00 – Leeds Town Hall: Victoria Hall ~ Superman 40th Anniversary Screening / X
Nov 09 @ 14:30 – Leeds Town Hall: Victoria Hall ~ Superman 40th Anniversary Screening / X

Superman: The Movie Returning to Theaters

You can see Christopher Reeve soar as Superman once again thanks to Fathom Events. Read More here

Superman: The Movie Returning to Theaters for 40th Anniversary

Director Richard Donner’s classic 1978 Superman film, starring Christopher Reeve, is flying back into theaters for its 40th anniversary. While comic book movies dominate the box office today, that wasn’t always the case. Once upon a time, movies starring comic book superheroes and villains were considered risky bets, and projects based on Marvel or DC properties were not at all easy to get made by a Hollywood studio. The first film to prove that long-held wisdom wrong was Donner’s original Superman. Read More here