Grab your hoverboard, cue up some Huey Lewis & the News music, and rev up the DeLorean to 88mph! Back to the Future Triple Bill on July 26, with special eats available from Quinn’s Pub! Showtimes: 11:30am, 1:45pm, 4:00pm Tickets: $10 members, $14 non-members, $7 kids, $9 seniors
Tickets for our SILENTS IS GOLDEN screenings of THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC (April 5 & 6) and THE GENERAL (April 12) are now on sale only at our theatre box office. We are open a half hour before the first showtime of the day.
As of January 1st, 2019, the Mayfair will be making slight price increases. It’s the first time we’ve done so in a decade, and those smarter than us in business say we’re well over-due. There’s no singular reason, just the myriad of costs that a small business faces.
Get ready for another cinematic trip into Ed Wood/Tommy Wiseau territory. Birdemic: Shock and Terror (playing May 28 and 29) is a “romantic thriller” about what happens when a software salesman and his fashion model girlfriend find themselves trying to survive an attack of killer birds. Yes, think Alfred
In 1971 a former medical doctor who had seen a lot of carnage in the emergency room met an aspiring filmmaker at a summer school film program. They produced a short titled Violence in the Cinema, Part 1, which won a number of film festival awards. Eight years later
We had sellout crowds for our presentations of Night of the Living Dead Live this past weekend. We also had some people show up who weren’t there for the show. They were there for the audience. Or more precisely, to save the audience members’ souls. Paul Latour: purification,
Fateful Findings, the future cult classic that just may be the next incarnation of The Room makes its premiere April 5th! Brace yourselves! “one of the most unique movie experiences you will ever have…without a doubt the next cult classic that will play midnight screenings for years to come”
The Belgian black comedy The Misfortunates opens this weekend and plays until May 6. Jay Stone of The Ottawa Citizen has given it a glowing review. Check it out: Dysfunction spun into a fine yarn Belgian boy’s growing-up told as a tragicomedy By Jay Stone, The Ottawa
UPDATE: We will be showing The King’s Speech on April 3, 6 & 7. Unfortunately, The Mayfair’s scheduled screenings of The King’s Speech (March 11-14 & 17) have been cancelled. Why? In early February, we booked The King’s Speech from distributor Alliance Atlantis.