FRIGHT NIGHT AND CULT FILM TICKETS
$9.00 Regular Adult Admission
$7.00 Seniors (62+) & Students w/ID
$5.00 Members & Children <13
$1.00 per ticket service fee
Special screenings, marathons priced as noted in the show description.
Once a month we'll bring you a grab bag of cult, camp, sci-fi, MST3K, kung fu and downright badass movies. Click here to check out the First Friday Fright Night line up.
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Directed by Arthur Nelson. US. 1964. 90 min. MST. DVD.
- Fri, Nov 21
- 9:45 pm
“The particular piece of filmic anguish we must share this time with Mike and the ‘bots is “The Creeping Terror,” in which our namesake villain appears to be a drunken syphilitic Gumby trailing a moldy picnic blanket. As Mike points out, he’s neither the most nimble nor the most ferocious cannibal alien you’ve ever seen: “The creeping part is apt, but the terror part is just not happening.” However, the supporting cast are more than happy to help him out More »
Directed by Terry Gilliam. UK. 1975. PG. 91 min. Rainbow Releasing. Digital.
Fri, Nov 28 thru Sun, Nov 30 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
The end of November brings many cherished traditions: Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends, shopping with the crazed masses on Black Friday, watching parades and football games, and gathering at the Colonial to watch one of the funniest (and most quotable) comedies of all time,“Monty Python and the Holy Grail!” Perhaps the Pythons’ finest film, this cult classic puts an absurdist spin on the King Arthur legend complete with silly swordplay, horseless horseplay, a killer bunny, and a band of knights More »
Directed by Terry Zwigoff. US. 2003. R. 91 min. Miramax. 35mm.
- Fri, Dec 19
- 9:45 pm
The holidays have inspired a number of life-affirming movies that celebrate the joys of this very special season. They’ve also given us some brilliant comedies that celebrate the man-made madness of the season, too. Families and friends have made viewing movies such as Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Scrooged, and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation a tradition. Recently another film has started to find its audience and join this batch of skewed seasonal comedies, but this one is a bit More »