Alibi Midnight Movie

Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu

Apr 7 to Apr 8
Friday and Saturday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. Tatsuya Oishi - 2017 - 83m - Japan - In Japanese with English subtitles - All Seats $15


With help from Meme Oshino, the apparition specialist, Koyomi defeats the three powerful vampire hunters:  Dramaturgy, Episode and Guillotinecutter.  Koyomi takes back all the limbs of Kiss-Shot-Acerola-Orion-Heart-Underblade in order to become a human again.   But, when he returns to Kiss-Shot, she reveals to him the cold truth of what it means to be a vampire - a creature of the night.  Unable to take back what he has done, Koyomi feels nothing but regret and can only deny his dreadful fate.    While Koyomi is struggling to face reality, his  “friend” Tsubasa Hanekawa comes to him with a certain plan...

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The Devil's Candy

Apr 28 to Apr 29
Friday and Saturday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. Sean Byrne - 2015 - 80m - An ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS - $8 General / $6 Students with i.d.s

A not-so-average family wrestles with Satan in a house from hell in this heavy metal-charged shocker from the director of The Loved Ones. Diehard metalhead and struggling artist Jesse (Ethan Embry) moves with his wife (Shiri Appleby) and daughter (Kiara Glasco) to a middle-of-nowhere Texas town, unaware that the new house they got for an unbelievable deal comes with a grisly history. Disturbing demonic goings-on culminate with the appearance of Ray (The Walking Dead’s Pruitt Taylor Vince). He’s the home’s former resident, and he’s here to do the Devil’s bidding. The cranked-to-eleven soundtrack blasts Metallica, Slayer, Pantera, and a thunderous original score by doom rock legends Sunn O))).

“The Devil's Candy offers a lean and slick homage to occult films, but with a knowing edge that suggests director Sean Byrne is aiming for the critical rafters.” - Barry Hertz, Globe and Mail

“It is a lean, mean, tight (under 80 minutes) thriller that draws from other films like it without feeling derivative.” - Brian Tallerico,

“Byrne's artful use of image and sound takes the narrative to a whole new level. Heavy metal music dominates the soundtrack, as well as the characters' lives, providing an ideal conduit for the demonic forces lurking beneath the story's surface.” - Eric Kohn, indieWire

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