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Text over creepy eyes that reads: Cult-o-rama "Get more out of life. See a F**ed-up Movie" -John Waters

2 films for $15 

We have a seriously FUN summer planned here at Row House Cinema — including the return of late night cult cinema! Join us for double features ($15 for two films) select Friday Nights all Summer. We’ll have trivia, games, and some wild films. 

Catch them all with a series pass for $45

June 9

 Knock-off Night 

Mac & Me –
The weirdest off-brand version of E.T. imaginable, that’s also somehow a very long commercial for McDonalds’ and Coca-Cola?

Ghoulies – This wild B movie (which features a young Mariska Hargitay!!) is the proud owner of a whopping 8% rating on Rotten Tomatoes… A couple move into a creepy old mansion, and it goes as well as you would expect. 

Knock-off Night Tickets $15

July 14

 Snakes! (on a screen)

Hard Ticket to Hawaii – Honestly, we are not even going to talk about the plot. This movie has exploding skateboarders, a radioactive snake, an unexpected treatise on gender, and that razor-frisbee sequence. That’s all you need to know.

Anaconda – J. Lo, Ice Cube, and John Voight star in this brazenly absurd action film. A film crew is taken hostage by an insane hunter, who takes them along on his quest to capture the world’s largest – and deadliest – snake.

Snakes! Tickets $15

August 11

 Teenage Wasteland

Class of Nuke’ Em High – The pupils at a high school next to a nuclear power plant start acting and looking strange after buying contaminated drugs from a plant worker.

Society – A classic coming of age story in which a Beverly Hills teen discovers his parents are part of a gruesome orgy cult for the social elite.

Teenage Wasteland Tickets $15


September 8


Phantasm – A young boy and his friends face off against a mysterious grave robber known only as the Tall Man, who keeps a mysterious arsenal of terrible weapons with him.

Buba Ho-tep – The  “true” story of what really became of Elvis Presley. We find Elvis as an elderly resident in an East Texas, who switched identities with an Elvis impersonator years before his “death.” He must team up with JFK and fight an ancient Egyptian mummy for the souls of their fellow residents.

Coscarelli Tickets $15