- THE FLY (Cronenberg version)
1:00 4:40 8:20
THE FLY (Vincent Price version)
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1986, David Cronenberg) Body parts (human) start dropping off Jeff Goldblum after his transportation of matter experiment actually works -- but with a surprise guest -- even as romantic comedy with Geena Davis morphs into horror and even tragedy, in Cronenberg’s biggest success. Approx. 96 min. 35mm.
1:00, 4:40, 8:20
“A gross-your-eyes-out horror movie that is also [a] most poignant romance.”
– Richard Corliss, Time
“The playful, quirky chemistry between Goldblum and Davis in the first half of the movie ensures that this gothic horror is heartbreaking as well as stomach-churning.”
– Time Out (London)
(1958, Kurt Neumann) So why did Patricia Owens crush hubbie David Hedison’s head and arm? Could it be he was turning into a…? Brother Vincent Price and Inspector Herbert Marshall clean up the mess. Approx. 94 min. DCP.
“Entertaining in its love of the grotesque! Ludicrous stuff, of course, but Price lends his own inimitable and delightful brand of bravura to [his] role and Clavell's script successfully treads a fine line between black comedy and po-faced seriousness.”
– Geoff Andrew, Time Out (London)