The Quad reprises four of this year's repertory favorites and revives our 35mm 3-D extravaganza for one weekend only!
Wed Nov 21 – 22
To show thanks for our great audiences, the Quad is offering seconds of four recent repertory hits, none of them turkeys.
All That Jazz
Bob Fosse, 1979, U.S., 123m, 35mm
The Last Days of Disco
Whit Stillman, 1998, U.S., 113m, DCP
René Clément, 1960, France/Italy, 118m, 35mm
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Mike Nichols, 1966, U.S., 130m, 35mm
Comin’ Back At Ya!
A 35mm 3-D weekend
November 23 – 25
The Quad reprises its now legendary 2017 3-D extravaganza with three days of demented three-dimensional mayhem. With today’s 3-D fully digitized into lockstep with DCP, we revisit some of the more arcane, quixotic, and disreputable uses of the process in the early ’80s over/under boom, that was heavy on horror sequels, sci-fi adventures, idiosyncratic cult movies, and grindhouse fare. Join us for an all-35mm survey.
Programmed by Harry Guerro in association with Exhumed Films
Richard Fleischer, 1983, U.S., 105m, 35mm
Comin’ At Ya!
Ferdinando Baldi, 1981, Italy/Spain/U.S., 91m, 35mm
Flesh for Frankenstein
Paul Morrissey, 1973, Italy/U.S./France, 95m, 35mm
Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror
Enrique López Eguiluz, 1968, Spain/West Germany, 78m, 35mm
Friday the 13th Part III
Steve Miner, 1982, U.S., 96m, 35mm
Joe Alves, 1983, U.S., 99m, 35mm
Charles Band, 1982, U.S., 85m, 35mm
Run for Cover
Richard W. Haines, 1995, U.S., 83m, 35mm
With Haines in person Sat November 24!
Simon Nuchtern, 1984, U.S., 93m, 35mm
Treasure of the Four Crowns
Ferdinando Baldi, 1983, Spain/Italy/U.S., 97m, 35mm
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