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.
Stephen King’s 1986 directorial debut MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE comes to the Mayfair in a great and rare 35mm presentation, on Friday March 18 at midnight. We got a very cool poster designed for us courtesy of a website called skuzzles.com They’re posters in the same design as the ones
Movies are best enjoyed with friends, so why not invite some friends to come with you to the Mayfair? We’ve made it easy, through the miracle of social media. Say you’re planning to come see Planet of the Apes on March 12 (and if you’re not, you should
This March, the Mayfair proudly presents the classic Planet of the Apes series on rare 35mm film. We’re also including a special bonus engagement of three great episodes of the TV series Return to the Planet of the Apes on 16mm! All five films in the saga will
According to the movie’s official website, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale is set to premiere in New York on December 3, 2010. Only one other city in North America is premiering the film that day — and that city is Ottawa. We’re scooping Los Angeles, Toronto,
Giallo is Dario Argento’s latest film and marks his return to the classic Italian thriller subgenre that he helped popularize in the late 60s and early 70s with films like The Bird With The Crystal Plummage and The Cat O’Nine Tails. The film premieres
They’re heroes here, too, of course. We at the Mayfair believe that the projectionist is the final – and often, the most important – member of any film’s crew. But in Britain, our projectionists are making news. Our web maestro, John Wiseman, alerted us to this bit of Mayfair coverage
This Friday at 9:45pm, the Mayfair brings to those who dare, a new horror film that tests your limits of taste and terror. The Human Centipede trailer itself seems to be a litmus test for those who aren’t certain they can handle extreme or super-extreme horror. Roger Ebert
This is somewhat unbelievable to me, but Killer63’s fifth year is on the horizon. So again, I’m starting to get the word out to filmmakers who are interested in submitting a short horror film to be screened as part of our mini one-night film festival at the Mayfair.
“Flooding With Love for the Kid” is a micro budgeted ($96 to be exact) shot on digital adaptation of David Morrell’s 1972 novel First Blood, which of course was later made into the first Rambo film of the same name in 1982. But New York based filmmaker Zachary