Rosemary's Baby + Get Out


Roman Polanski’s first American picture depicts the mental deterioration of a pregnant woman (Mia Farrow) as she comes to the horrifying suspicion that the child she is carrying is not of this world. Ingenious in design, the camerawork leaves the most grotesque frights to the viewer’s imagination. Ruth Gordon won the Oscar for her role as the nosy neighbor, backed by John Cassavetes and Ralph Bellamy in creepy turns. (1968, 137 min, DCP)

+ GET OUT @ 9:30pm
A young African-American man (Daniel Kaluuya) heads upstate to finally meet his white girlfriend's parents, and his discomfort gives way to absolute terror as he finds himself in the grip of a nightmare he can not escape. Drawing inspiration from The Stepford Wives for his filmmaking debut, comedian Jordan Peele delivers both a nuanced examination of racism and a scary, funny, and galvanizing horror flick. (2017, 104 min, DCP ‘Scope)


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