Alibi Midnight Movie
K Missing Kings
Aug 1 to Aug 2
Friday and Saturday 10:15pm
Dir. Shingo Suzuki - 2014 - 73m - Japan - Japanese with English Subtitles - an ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS presentation! ALL SEATS $15 - Door Prizes Courtesy of STRANGER FACTORY
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Based on the hit anime K, K MISSING KINGS picks up where the series left off. Featuring the same director and scriptwriter as the series, this movie brings the characters that you’ve grown to love in the same spirit of action, honor, and loyalty. K MISSING KINGS also sees the return of popular voice actors such as Daisuke Namikawa, Daisuke Ono, and Tomokazu Sugita, reprising their roles for the first time on the big screen.
The story starts some time after the Island Academy Incident, in which four of the seven great Kings crossed paths. Since this time, silver clansmen Kuroh Yatogami and Neko have been searching for their master, Yashiro Isana, the Silver King. Their search having turned up fruitless, the two begin to give up hope, until they encounter Anna Kushina and Rikio Kamamoto, two members of the red clan HOMRA being chased by someone.
The Crow - 20th Anniversary!
Aug 15 to Aug 16
Friday and Saturday 10:30pm
Dir. Alex Proyas - 1994 - 102m - an ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS presentation! $8 general / $6 students - Door Prizes Courtesy of STRANGER FACTORY
Before Sin City and The Dark Knight rose, there was The Crow - the 'dark, lurid revenge fantasy' (The New York Times) from director Alex Proyas (Dark City) that entranced audiences and critics alike. Featuring Brandon Lee in his final, tragic performance, The Crow is the tale of young musician Eric Draven (Lee) who, along with his fianc‚e, is murdered on the eve of their Halloween wedding. Exactly one year after their deaths, Eric is risen from the grave by a mysterious crow to seek out his killers and force them to answer for their crimes.
"It's a pleasure to welcome The Crow -- a bird of a very different feather." - Desmond Ryan, Philadelphia Inquirer
"Like one long fright night. Even though it was photographed in color, the edge-of-darkness atmosphere descends on the audience like a shroud." - Peter Rainer, Los Angeles Times
Road to Ninja - Naruto the Movie
Aug 29 to Aug 30
Friday and Saturday 10:30pm
Dir. Hayato Date - 2014 - 110m - Japan - In English - All seats $12 - An ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS presentation! -
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Long ago, a mysterious masked shinobi unleashed the Nine-Tailed Fox onto the Village Hidden in the Leaves to spread chaos and destruction. But the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze, and his wife Kushina Uzumaki sealed the Tailed Beast into their newborn son Naruto to save the village, foiling the shinobi’s plan.
Years later, Naruto and his friends succeed in driving away the infamous Akatsuki, who have mysteriously returned from the dead. Upon returning to the village, the young shinobi are praised by their families for completing a dangerous mission. Reminded of how alone he is, Naruto begins to wonder what it’s like to have parents, when a strange masked figure appears before him – the same masked shinobi responsible for the death of his parents!
BRAZIL - the director's cut
Sep 19 to Sep 20
Friday and Saturday 10pm
Dir. Terry Gilliam - 1986 - 131m - an ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS presentation! $8 general / $6 students
On 35mm Film!
In the dystopian masterpiece Brazil, Jonathan Pryce plays a daydreaming everyman who finds himself caught in the soul-crushing gears of a nightmarish bureaucracy. This cautionary tale by Terry Gilliam, one of the great films of the 1980s, has come to be esteemed alongside antitotalitarian works by the likes of George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, and Kurt Vonnegut Jr. And in terms of set design, cinematography, music, and effects, Brazil is a nonstop dazzler.
"Terry Gilliam's ferociously creative black comedy is filled with wild tonal contrasts, swarming details, and unfettered visual invention -- every shot carries a charge of surprise and delight." - Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader
"A superb example of the power of comedy to underscore serious ideas, even solemn ones." - Janet Maslin, New York Times