All August long, we're bringing you some of our favorite 60s flicks at the Los Feliz 3. Yes, all of these movies are in black and white, and yes, get ready to be SHOCKED by the disturbing nature of what you might encounter on the big screen. Tickets are available now! Here's what we've got in store for you:
Monday 8/1 - SECONDS in 35mm - Tickets Here
Unhappy with his life, middle-aged banker Arthur Hamilton receives a call from his friend Charlie whom he thought was dead with an offer to change his life. Agreeing to it, Arthur undergoes a procedure to fake his death and give him a completely new look and identity. However, he soon realizes the newness of his ideal life is fleeting. Star Rock Hudson plays against as director John Frankenheimer weaves a bleak tale of cost of happiness and the true self with stark and surreal cinematography by James Wong Howe.
Monday 8/8 - HOUR OF THE WOLF in 35mm - Tickets Here
Artist Max von Sydow and wife Liv Ullmann take a trip to a desolate island and quickly become troubled by eerie visions – are they hallucinations or something more sinister? Ingmar Bergman combines elements of the horror film with his usual preoccupation with relationships in crisis to create a stunning work.
Monday 8/15 - NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD in 35mm - Tickets Here
Director George Romero’s unqualified masterpiece pits a handful of citizens holed up in a farmhouse against a newly revived horde of flesh-eating zombies. The cast of talented unknowns (headed by Duane Jones) are all alarmingly believable as they fight for life, trying to escape a bad dream that gets uncompromisingly worse and more horrifying as the hours crawl by.
Monday 8/22 - SPIDER BABY - Tickets Here “Cannibal spiders creep and crawl … Boys and ghouls having a ball … Frankenstein, Dracula, and even the Mummy … Are sure to end up in someone’s tummy.” A trio of siblings who suffer from a rare disease that causes them to mentally regress as they grow older causing murderous havoc to anyone who crosses their paths, with only their chauffer (horror icon Lon Chaney, Jr) able to cover up and clean up after their mayhem. Directed by Jack Hill (SWITCHBLADE SISTERS, COFFY), SPIDER BABY is a black comedy running on premium-grade nightmare fuel.