O’ Brother Where Art Thou? with Bluegrass
7:05 –May 25 – $13
This movie brought bluegrass music into the mainstream way back in 2000. To pay homage to a truly amazing soundtrack, we’re doing a special screening with live bluegrass music! The incredibly talented fiddler Art Lindsay will perform outside on Butler Street and inside the theater before the movie!
X with Texas BBQ
8:30 – May 29 – $26
Come enjoy a Texas barbecue chili dinner from Black Sheep BBQ while watching the new horror film X — classically set in Texas of course. Each ticket includes a meal of smoked chicken chili, cornbread* and the movie ticket. Vegetarian options available upon request. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 25.
Cruise Night w. Muppet Treasure Island
5:30 pm – June 4 – $13.50
We think the funniest part of Muppet Treasure Island is the rats pretending that the pirate ship is a cruise! So we’re doing cruise night! All the fun drinks, none of the sea sickness! Enjoy a beer margarita along with this 1996 Muppet classic that still holds up! Cruise attire is STRONGLY encouraged. Beer margaritas and non-alcoholic versions will be available.
Cereal Cinema with The Muppets Take Manhattan
June 5 – Doors 9:30 am Movie Starts at 10 am – $15
Come enjoy an all you can eat cereal bar and then enjoy The Muppets Take Manhattan! All ages welcome. Dairy/gluten free options will be available.
Mothra vs. Godzilla
7 pm – June 9 – $11
The sky, sea, and land quake in the fierce battle of the century… it’s Mothra vs. Godzilla! Don’t miss this 1964 monster movie classic that our in-house Godzilla expert describes as “actually really really good!”
7:05 pm – June 11 – $12
Is there any character more memorable than Frank the deranged bunny in Donnie Darko?? No. So we’re celebrating bunnies in their many forms — cute and cuddly to ominous and creepy AF. We’ll have real life bunnies from Rabbit Wrangler on site and our very own Frank-like rabbit from Scarehouse. AND if you wear bunny slippers, you get $1 off of concessions to enjoy while watching the Director’s Cut of Donnie Darko. Plus a portion of all tickets go back to Rabbit Wranglers to support bunny rescue!
Warhol at Row House
7 pm – June 20 – $12
Row House Cinema is thrilled to announce our new partnership with The Andy Warhol Museum! Join us for a special program featuring rare Warhol Screen Tests and home movies — some of which have never been shown publicly. The silent 60-minute program will be guided by Greg Pierce— the museum’s Director of Film and Video. See obscure footage, ask questions, and learn a little more about the art world’s favorite Pittsburgh native.
This event is hosted in partnership with The Warhol’s newest affinity group, Superstars. Named after Warhol’s closest clique of muses, Superstars members will gain special access to some of The Warhol’s most exclusive events and Pittsburgh’s local arts and music scene, while also providing the museum with valuable philanthropic support. With a focus on music and film, Superstars programs are inspired by Andy Warhol’s legacy in record production, album design, and his love of the moving image. Learn more at this link, or contact Rachel Hite at email@example.com.
The Dark Side of the Rainbow
1o pm – June 25–$11
The movie The Wizard of Oz (1939) with the soundtrack replaced by Pink Floyd’s album The Dark Side of the Moon (1973); several uncanny moments of synchronisation and a generally darker tone than the original film.
Row House Late Night Series
Some movies are too weird or cheesy for the light of day… that’s why we’re bringing back our Late Night Move Series this summer. We’ve got a great host, a fun film lineup, and some fun surprises along the way. All movies are Saturday night and start at 10 pm.
June 4 – Troll 2
July 2 – Uncle Sam
August 6 – Samurai Cop
September 3– The Slumber Party Massacre