- Tue, Feb 25
Director: Alfred Hitchcock Run Time: 109 min. Format: Digital Rating: R
Release Year: 1960
Starring: Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, John Gavin, Martin Balsam, Vera Miles
Marion Crane (Leigh) wants to make a new life for herself, so she flees hometown Phoenix with a stolen bag of cash from her employer. She then makes a fateful stop at the Bates Motel, run by one Norman Bates (Perkins), a nervous, awkward, but seemingly innocuous man. Marion learns too late he is anything but, and soon her sister Lila (Miles) and Marion's lover Sam Loomis (Gavin) have teamed up to discover what happened to her.
- Tue, Mar 31
Director: Michael Curtiz Run Time: 102 min. Rating: PG
Release Year: 1938
Starring: Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains, Errol Flynn, Olivia De Havilland, Patric Knowles
Robin of Locksley, a noble Saxon (Flynn), sees the people of England exploited by the Normans and their leader, Prince John (Rains), who's seized the throne in his brother Richard's absence. Robin and his followers work to undermine the corrupt regime until King Richard's return. With Maid Marion (De Havilland) as love interest and Sir Guy Gisbourne (Rathbone) as nemesis, Robin is kept constantly occupied.
- Tue, Apr 28
Director: Preston Sturges Run Time: 90 min. Format: Digital
Release Year: 1941
Starring: Franklin Pangborn, Joel McCrea, Robert Warwick, Veronica Lake, William Demarest
John L. Sullivan (McCrea) is a successful director of Hollywood fluff who decides he wants to make a serious picture about "real world" suffering. Disguising himself as a tramp, the earnest but naive Sullivan hits the road with a ridiculous entourage provided by his cynical studio bosses. Eventually, he meets a down-on-her-luck actress (Lake), and learns the hard way how poverty dampens, but doesn't extinguish, the human spirit.
- Tue, May 26
Director: Bob Rafelson Run Time: 98 min. Format: Digital Rating: R
Release Year: 1970
Starring: Jack Nicholson, Karen Black, Lois Smith, Ralph Waite, Susan Anspach
Disaffected, hard-drinking oil rigger Bobby Dupea (Nicholson) is not what he appears at first sight: Born into a patrician clan from Puget Sound, Bobby has turned his back on bourgeois comforts and a promising career as a classical pianist for life on the road with dim-witted girlfriend Rayette (Black). Bobby's drawn back into the family fold, however, when he learns that his father Nicholas (William Challee) is dying.