2017 Films

  • LET THE CORPSES TAN
    On a beautiful corner of the Mediterranean, Rhino and his men take refuge after the robbery of 250 kilograms of gold. The plan is simple: Wait and split. But some unwanted visitors are about to turn this idyllic corner into a bloodbath.
  • LET THEM DIE LIKE LOVERS
    Fantastic Shorts award-winner Jesse Atlas (RECORD/PLAY) returns to the section with an arresting sci-fi character study about a body-hopping assassin.
  • LETTERKENNY
    The spiritual successors to STRANGE BREW's Bob and Doug MacKenzie, the rural residents of the fictitious town of LETTERKENNY deliver a hysterical slice of Canadiana in the comedy phenomenon chronicling the daily problems of hicks, skids, hockey players and Christians.
  • THE LINE
    Adam Krajnak is the head of an organized crime family that operates on the Slovakian-Ukranian border and value loyalty above all. As his daughter prepares for her wedding, his partner rebels and an older criminal tries to push Adam into dealing with narcotics.
  • LOVE AND SAUCERS
    David Huggins, a 72-year-old man who claims to have lost his virginity as a young man to an extraterrestrial being, turned to art to express his interspecies romance and lifelong relationship with the otherworldly.
  • MANIAC COP 2 w/ Special Guests
    Rare archival 35mm screening sponsored by AGFA with writer Larry Cohen and star Laurene Landon in attendance.
  • MANILA DEATH SQUAD
    An ambitious journalist challenges the leader of a violent vigilante group to a high-stakes drinking game that may score her a scoop or a bullet to the head.
  • MARY AND THE WITCH’S FLOWER
    Directing the first film out of Studio Ponoc, Hiromasa Yonebayashi (WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE) creates the dazzling and heartwarming story of an ordinary girl who becomes an extraordinary witch.
  • MAUS
    Yayo Herrero's directorial debut is a couple's nightmare journey into the heart of darkness. A superlative horror parable, this shocking film is an indictment of modern history, war and the difficulties of reconciliation. It is a story for our times.
  • THE MERCILESS
    Cribbing liberally from the history of gangster films, Byun Sung-hyun's hard-boiled Korean crime saga is filled with all manner of murder, deceit, double and triple crosses... and, oh yeah, slap-fighting.
  • MÖBIUS
    A hallucinogenic dive into the consciousness of a teenage poet in the wake of her lover's mysterious death. Exquisitely photographed and seemingly assembled in a Lynchian dreamstate.
  • MOM AND DAD
    Selma Blair and Nicolas Cage are seemingly ideal parents until an unknown force causes their town's adults to murder their offspring.
  • MON MON MON MONSTERS
    A bullied schoolboy is teamed up with his tormentors to do community social work. While on duty, they encounter a strange creature which they kidnap, and take bullying to a whole new level.
  • MY FRIEND DAHMER
    This is the story of Jeffrey Dahmer, a high school loner whose life would shape up to be something far more frightening than anyone could have imagined.
  • NEONATAL
    In this tense Austin-bound thriller, an expectant mother is lured into a sinister plot by a disturbed and desperate woman.
  • THE NIGHT I DANCE WITH DEATH
    The consequences of saying "hell yeah, I'll try that" at a party. A marvelously animated kaleidoscope that collides liberating euphoria with crippling anxiety.
  • NOTHING A LITTLE SOAP AND WATER CAN’T FIX
    An exhaustive and illuminating deconstruction of how horror films frequently feature the bathtub as both a private sanctuary for women and, damningly, as an impromptu sarcophagus.
  • LOST GIRLS Book Launch: THE NUDE VAMPIRE presented by Kier-la Janisse
    Jean Rollin's THE NUDE VAMPIRE (1970) follows a sinister businessman who's keeping a young vampire girl captive and experimenting on her in the hope that he finds the key to eternal life.