Some rare film prints from the states and abroad… Nosferatu, 1922, 84mins, 35mm ONE NIGHT ONLY! with our live house band doing the score! El Topo, 1970, 125mins, 35mm TWO NIGHTS ONLY! The first and ultimate Midnight Movie! Flesh For Frankenstein, 1973, 95mins, 35mm Cinemascope,
This Thursday (April 9th) is the Carleton Film Society Gala Screening at 7pm, all tickets are $5.00 Don’t miss you change to see some cool local shorts! Presenting a variety of short films produced by Carleton Film Society members. Including the 2009 funded short Kosher Rebellion and the Ottawa premiere
Besides for the fact that it gave way to what would become (I’m pretty sure most of the time) my favorite TV series ever, I remember this movie for three reasons. One: When I saw it initially during it’s theatrical run, girls were very excited to see it ’cause Luke
Our friends at Wag Pet Shop present a special Bring-Your-Doggie matinee screening of Tim Burton’s stop-motion animation feature Frankenweenie on Sunday December 30th at 2:30pm.
Love is a strong word. But I love Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright. Back in 2004, a poster showed up online for ‘Shaun of the Dead‘. I had never heard of the movie, and didn’t know who the man in the poster was, but being a zombie
As you may or may not know, two of the Mayfair’s owners also co-host the weekly radio show The Drunken Master Revue (motto: by movie geeks, for movie geeks). On yesterday’s show, we shared our lists of the best films of the decade. It’s a thing people are
This Sunday afternoon, a group called Fighting Back: Wrestling with Cancer is holding a fundraiser that will prove to be an entertaining as well as worthwhile one. Check out the info below… Hey everybody, This Sunday afternoon, July 17th at 3pm – our
A rare 35mm print of George A. Romero’s third zombie film Day of the Dead is coming to the Mayfair Theatre for one night only: Friday July 2 at 11pm! Presented by Zombie Info. Night of the Living Dead showed you a desperate group of survivors holed up in