- ROSEMARY’S BABY
1:00 5:20 9:40
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1968, Roman Polanski) Despite their fab new CPW apartment, Mia Farrow's career-obsessed actor husband John Cassavetes is still looking for that big break. Then Farrow gets in the family way after an evening of wild love-making - but wait... was that hubby, or some sort of horned beast? Approx. 136 min. DCP.
"Rosemary's Baby has lost none of its power to shock and awe!"
– Time Out New York
“CONFIRMED POLANSKI AS MASTER OF THE MACABRE... HITCHCOCK’S HEIR APPARENT!”
– J. Hoberman
(1977, Donald Cammell) “When will I be let out of this box!” imperiously demands Developer Fritz Weaver’s artificial intelligence program “Proteus;” even worse, after taking over Weaver’s computerized home, Proteus decides he must have a child by Weaver’s wife Julie Christie. From the director of Performance. Approx. 94 min. 35mm.
1:00, 5:20, 9:40
“Intelligent futuristic thriller, provocatively written, stylishly directed, and well-acted, especially by Christie, the beauty terrorized by the ultra-sophisticated computer that’s decided to take over the world. As riveting as it is bizarre.”
– Leonard Maltin