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This Week’s Special Screenings

The Magnolia’s Big Movie film miniseries presents a screening of David Lean’s war epic The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), 7:30, October 16, at the theater. Details

Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios continue their Reel Classics series with the classic Disney musical Mary Poppins (1964), 2 and 7pm, October 17, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

The Dallas Film Society continues its new weekly Movies at Sundown Series with a screening of Danny Boyle’s breakthrough feature Trainspotting (1996), 8pm, October 17, at Sundown at Granada. Details

The Angelika Film Centers continue their annual Hitchcocktober film series with screenings of Rear Window (1954) at 8pm, October 18 at the Angelika Dallas; and North by Northwest (1959) at 7pm, October 18 at the Angelika Plano. Details

The Lone Star Film Society’s and Red Productions’ Backlot Film Series rolls on with an outdoor screening of the comedy Young Frankenstein (1974), at 8pm, October 18, in Foch Alley near Red Productions (1075 Foch St., Fort Worth).  Details

The Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness feature for this week is Sam Raimi’s cult classic horror-comedy Evil Dead II (1987), October 19 and 20, at the theater. Details

The Kimbell Art Museum and Lone Star Film Society present a rare public screening of the recently restored complete original version of Fritz Lang’s influential silent-era sci-fi epic Metropolis (1927), 2pm, October 21, at the museum. Details

About Gary Dowell

Professional film critic, journalist, Byronic hero.


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