We have many a fine Halloween offering for our scary movie fans in October – Nothing Left to Fear, Shaun of the Dead, Hell of the Living Dead, Link, You’re Next, The Exorcist, The Shining, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, the Killer63 short horror film fest, and even Monsters University
Mirror Comics unleashes their latest title as Zomkeys invades The Comic Book Shoppe on Saturday October 26th. In the aftermath of that, Zomkeys will battle a murderous super-intelligent orangutan from the movie Link on Sunday October 27th (doors at 8:00pm, movie starts at 8:30pm) at the Mayfair! Zomkeys
I often think how sad it is that kids today can never truly experience the joy and wonder that I experienced on Saturday mornings of my youth. There was some magic in the anticipation of and the partaking of watching cartoons between the hours of 6am and noon
Dr. No! From Russia with Love! Goldfinger! On Her Majesty’s Secret Service! The sixth annual James Bond Film Festival explodes onto the Mayfair screen with four classic 007 adventures in January 2014!
“[Being called] eccentric doesn’t bother me, ‘eccentric’ being a poetic interpretation of a mathematical term meaning something that doesn’t follow the lines — that’s okay.” – Crispin Hellion Glover The great Crispin Glover makes his return to the Mayfair for a pair of live performances and film presentations
“The Citizen Kane of bad movies!” (Entertainment Weekly) Tickets NOW on sale in the Mayfair box office for Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero’s grand return to The Room’s favourite movie theatre and fan-base! Prepare yourself for the interactive motion picture event that you will never forget! Two screenings
Get dressed in your red carpet best and join us at the Mayfair for the 86th Annual Academy Awards big screen telecast! Sunday March 2nd at 8:00pm. Free for Members Only. Licensed for Alcohol.
The latest 72 hour short film-making challenge film festival screens at the Mayfair this Sunday March 9th at 3:00pm. $10 tickets will be available before the screening from the Mayfair box office. For more information on the event, check out the 72 Hour Films website.
There will be an extra educational bonus at the Friday night screening of Particle Fever. Carleton University physics professor Heather E. Logan will be on hand to give an introduction to the film, and we should have time for a quick couple of q&a questions afterwards. Join us
Churchill students from grades one through six created a lovely batch of stop motion animation short films under the banner ‘Change is in the Air, Change is Everywhere’. The whole presentation was conceived, planned, and created by students (with a little bit of production help from the kids