Rob Reiner's hilarious take on a fairy tale tells the story of beautiful princess Buttercup who is kidnapped and forced to start a war. Her childhood friend Wesley sets out to rescue her, enduring the Cliffs of Insanity, Rodents of Unusual Size, and the Pit of Despair along his journey. Fri-Sat midnight.
Seeking the surreal? This '70s cult classic, shot in black and white, is known for its creative use of sound and sexual themes. It's the story of Henry Spencer (played by Jack Nance), a man whose wife leaves him with their baby, a source of repulsion to him. The film is known more for its artsy nightmare scenes and body horror than any semblance of a plot—or lack thereof.
Don't miss the late Zoë Lund in her iconic role as the mute seamstress who ignites a one-woman killing spree against all of the men in New York City. Fully remastered in high-definition, this 1981 classic tale of revenge is returning to Denver for two midnight showings. Fri-Sat midnight.
A dark day in America's past comes back to life in the award-winning directorial debut by Jason Osder. Haunting found footage of the clash between Philadelphia authorities and MOVE, a radical black liberation group, captures the carnage and aftermath of the tragedy. Mon-Thu 2:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m.; Fri-Sun noon, 4:30 p.m., 7 p.m.
Denver might not seem haunted, but the spirits of its gold rush past return for the Denver premiere of Ghosts of the West, a documentary about the booms, busts, and forgotten remnants of the 19th century search for underground fortunes. The cast and crew will be on hand for the screening. Thu 7 p.m.
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