Terry Gilliam’s dystopian black comedy stars Jonathan Pryce and Robert Di Niro as players in an Orwellian society where a low-level bureaucrat’s day dreams shift to reality in a wildly creative and visually stunning masterpiece.Read More
It’s a Summer Film! is a new teen romcom out of Japan that’s simultaneously an ode to creative youth and a love letter to filmmaking in all forms.
Barefoot and her teen friends set out to make an awesome samurai film for their school film fest. They’ve got only a small tripod and an iPhone, while their snooty classmates with high tech filmmaking gear make a romcom.
With humor, heart, and an unexpected sci-fi twist, Sôshi Masumoto’s 2020 film is refreshing, sincere, and the kind of movie you’ll catch yourself smiling at in a dark theater.
Suddenly the word is Alphaville… and a secret agent is in a breathless race against the Masters of the Future.Read More
It’s not easy being an oopsie baby in a world of genetically engineered humans. Especially if you want to go to space. Don’t miss this dark, glamorous dystopian science fiction film starring Jude Law, Uma Thurman, and Ethan Hawke.Read More
Don’t miss The Final Cut of Ridley Scott’s immersive scifi masterpiece that perfected practical move effects. Harrison Ford plays a retired cop hunting down replicants in futuristic LA. We chose this version because it’s amazing on the big screen and the only cut in which Scott retained artistic control of the film.Read More
This massively popular anime with fantastic animation and a very cool soundtrack from The Seatbelts is a house favorite. Like the original show, Cowboy Bebop is a sci-fi noir about a Star Wars-esque crew of bounty hunters trying to save a human settlement on Mars.Read More
Frank Herbert’s amazing world of Dune comes to life in the new 2021 remake starring Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet. With amazing cinematography, great costumes, and that magical blockbuster quality, you need to see this sci-fi masterpiece in theaters to get the full effect. Trust us. This film lives up to the hype.Read More
If it’s just us, it seems like an awful waste of space.Read More
This thoughtful, beautiful 1970s French sci-fi film was unlike any other animated film before it. It’s a surreal and immersive experience with an amazing score and a plot that can still make you question your place on this planet and your very humanity.Read More