Click any of the events below for individual ticketing.

Cronenberg Double Feature: Scanners + The Brood
Friday, September 25th
Mess Hall, Tustin
w/ co-hosts: Horrible Imaginings
SOLD OUT – Hitchcock Double Feature: Psycho 60th Anniversary + The Birds
Saturday, September 26th
Zion Lutheran Church & School, Anaheim
w/ co-hosts: Ghost Party Pictures
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
Tuesday, September 29th
Mess Hall, Tustin
FREE Screening: RBG
Wednesday, September 30th
Mess Hall, Tustin
click to RSVP
SOLD OUT – Night of the Living Dead + The Evil Dead
Friday, October 2nd
Mess Hall, Tustin
w/ co-hosts: Grindhouse Releasing
ENCORE – Night of the Living Dead + The Evil Dead
Saturday, October 3rd
Mess Hall, Tustin
w/ co-hosts: Grindhouse Releasing
Tuesday, October 6th
Mess Hall,
w/ co-hosts: Horrible Imaginings
Possessor (UNCUT)
Friday, October 9th
Mess Hall, Tustin
Birthday Bash Double Feature: Flash Gordon + Xanadu
Saturday, October 10th
Zion Lutheran Church & School, Anaheim
The Fog: 40th Anniversary
Tuesday, October 13th
Mess Hall, Tustin
RetroPop Live! Halloween presents: Puppetmaster + Chopping Mall
Friday, October 16th
Mess Hall, Tustin
Deep Red: 45th Anniversary
Tuesday, October 20th
Mess Hall, Tustin
w/ co-hosts: Horrible Imaginings
Evil Dead 2
Tuesday, October 27th Mess Hall, Tustin
w/ co-hosts: Horrorbuzz
Click any of the titles below for tickets to stream these films in our ‘Virtual Cinema’
RififiMarona’s Fantastic TaleBand of Outsiders
Fresh out of prison, jewel thief Tony turns down an easy job his friend offers him, until he discovers that his old girlfriend Mado has become the lover of local gangster Pierre Grutter during his absence. When the job escalates into a full-scale jewel heist, can Tony and his friends get away clean?This animated feature from director Anca Damian follows an optimistic stray dog named Marona as she looks back on the human companions she has loved throughout her life. Jean-Luc Godard’s radical re-imagination of the classic gangster film is a French New Wave film gem starring Anna Karina, Sami Frey, and Claude Brasseur.
Space Dogs Dead The Hole
Traces the story of Laika, the first dog in space. Remarkable archival footage recounts the story of his selection, and directors Elsa Kremser and Levin Peter powerfully document the lives of his descendants.A hapless stoner who can see ghosts and a recently deceased cop make an improbable team as they work together to stop a serial killer. A man (Kang-sheng Lee) and a woman (Kuei-Mei Yang) live in quarantine from a virus whose victims display strange symptoms.
Tickets to our ‘Virtual Cinema’ will be available at 12:00 AM on the date that the film opens
Opening 10/16
White Riot
Rock Against Racism was formed in 1976, prompted by Eric Clapton. It blends fresh interviews with archive footage to recreate a hostile environment of anti-immigrant hysteria and National Front marches.

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and in consideration and concern for our staff, volunteers, and you, our fellow film lovers, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our venue effective March 14, 2020, until further notice.

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