WED 7/2 - THU 7/3: It's a "Talk to the Animals" theme night.
8:00 PM: Francis
(1950): Aka Francis the Talking Mule
9:45 PM: Doctor Dolittle
12:30 AM: The Day of the Dolphin
('73): Mike Nichols film with George C. Scott and Paul Sorvino, scripted by Buck Henry.
2:30 AM: Black Moon
('75): Some kind of weird surrealist French thing directed by Louis Malle.
4:30 AM: The Raven
('63): Roger Corman's horror-comedy take on the Poe poem, with Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, and Boris Karloff.
12:45 PM: Village of the Damned
6:00 PM: The Picture of Dorian Gray
('45): With a young Angela Lansbury!
Noon: Attack of the 50 Foot Woman
SUN 7/6: Harryhausen double feature!
8:00 PM: Jason and the Argonauts
10:00 PM: The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
Noon: Queen of Outer Space
11:15 PM: Sinbad the Sailor
('47): With Douglas Fairbanks. Not really any genre elements, aside from Sinbad being a mythological character.
Noon: The Wasp Woman
2:00 AM: The Visitor
('79): Arty film about cosmic forces of good and evil battling over a telekinetic girl. WIth Mel Ferrer, Glenn Ford, John Huston, and a young Lance Henriksen -- plus Sam Peckinpah and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar?
3:45 AM: Tentacles
('77): John Huston, Shelley Winters, and Henry Fonda vs. a man-eating giant octopus.
2:00 AM: World on a Wire
('73): Originally Welt am Draht
, an obscure early VR-themed film made for television by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Sounds a bit Matrix
-y in concept.
Noon: Valley of the Dragons
('61): They've shown this one before, a B-movie taking the premise of a Jules Verne story about people being transported to a comet and using it to set up an iguanas-as-dinosaurs movie.
6:00 PM: King Solomon's Mines
8:00 PM: Metropolis
12:45 AM: The Mummy
8:00 PM: Cat People
9:30 PM: Curse of the Cat People
('44): Which I gather is not a sequel or even a horror film, despite the title.
11:45 PM: The Seventh Seal
('57): Ingmar Bergman movie about chess or something...