Vegas Seven

Movies

  • From Here to Eternity

    The classic romance comes to the big screen. Starring Montgomery Clift, Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr, Donna Reed as a hooker and Frank Sinatra getting his ass kicked to win an Oscar.

  • The Cook, the Thief, his Wife & her Lover

    Peter Greenaway’s masterpiece of sex, violence and food is a disturbing tour de force that will stick with you long after the credits roll. Special salute to Helen Mirren as “the Wife” and her exquisite Jean-Paul Gautier costumes.

  • Doctor Who Power of the Daleks

    An afternoon screening of the animated reconstruction of Doctor Who: Power of the Daleks, a seminal 1966 miniseries. The BBC destroyed the original, but this version is pretty dope…

  • The Big Lebowlski

    Celebrate all things Dude! There will be bowling, $5 white Russians, a performance by The 420 Comic and a screening of the film at 10:00 p.m. Come on down and see what happens “when you find a stranger in the Alps.”

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    Doctor Strange Takes Marvel Into a New World

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Unlike most Marvel movies, Doctor Strange uses its CGI powers for good...

  • Features

    A Billionaire’s Hollywood

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    The business interests of Howard Hughes were vast and varied—real estate, airlines, casinos—but the movies may have been dearest to his heart.

  • Midnight Fomato Society: Bucket of Blood

    Part Rocky Horror, part Mystery Science Theater 3000, the Midnight Fomato Society does participatory screenings of filmic schlock. Roger Corman’s Bucket of Blood is about an aspiring sculptor turned murderer in 50s beatnik New York. Save Save

  • The Shining

    Celebrate Halloween with Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic on the big screen. Just remember: All work and no play makes Jack…

  • Television

    Transmissions of Terror!

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Even shut-ins can enjoy Halloween as everything from Bela Lugosi's "Dracula" and Christopher Lee "Dracula" to "The Munsters" and "The Adams Family" come through your TV screen.

  • Outdoor Picture Show: The Phantom Planet

    In 1961’s The Phantom Planet, an invisible ray draws astronauts to a mysterious planet, where they encounter miniature people, giant monsters and, of course, gorgeous spacebabes.

  • Taxi Driver

    Martin Scorsese’s classic of urban alienation and violence gets a big-screen rerelease for its fortieth anniversary. “Are you talkin’ to me?”

  • Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Drive-In

    Do the Time Warp or just sing along from behind the wheel when The Rocky Horror Picture Show comes to the West Wind Drive-In.

  • Cinemondays: Pandora’s Box

    One of the greatest silent films, Pandora’s Box depicts the rise and fall of Lulu as she goes from artist’s model to stage star to trophy wife to fugitive and worse. An iconic performance by the legendary Louise Brooks. Save

  • TV Party: Dance Craze

    The Double Down’s monthly TV Party gets rude (boy) with the skastravaganza Dance Craze. With live music from Los Ataskados, guest DJs Selecta Scream and Ska Boss as well as videos courtesy of Atomic Fish and free popcorn. Save

  • Fall Arts Preview 2016

    Spend the Season With Cinema

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Seven can’t-miss big-screen events.