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This Week At The New Beverly: Werner Herzog, Keith Coogan, Alfred Hitchcock & more!

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This Week At The New Beverly

Our March calendar is now online!
www.newbevcinema.com/calendar.cfm


Friday & Saturday March 5 & 6


A double bill of Werner Herzog's newest films

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans
2009, USA, 122 minutes
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt1095217/
dir. Werner Herzog, starring Nicolas Cage, Eva Mendes, Val Kilmer, Fairuza Balk, Xzibit, Tom Bower, Jennifer Coolidge, Brad Dourif
Fri: 7:30; Sat: 3:20 & 7:30, Watch The Trailer!

Herzog has found his ideal interpreter, a performer whose truth lies deep in the artifice of performance: ladies and gentlemen, Nicolas Cage, at his finest. - Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune

4 Stars - No one is better at this kind of performance than Nicolas Cage. He's a fearless actor. He doesn't care if you think he goes over the top. If a film calls for it, he will crawl to the top hand over hand with bleeding fingernails. - Roger Ebert

- plus on the same bill -

My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done
2009, USA / Germany, 91 minutes
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt1233219/
dir. Werner Herzog, starring Michael Shannon, Grace Zabriskie, Willem Dafoe, Chloë Sevigny, Brad Dourif, Michael Peña
Fri: 9:50; Sat: 5:40 & 9:50, Watch The Trailer!

Herzog has gone beyond Good and Evil to reinvent himself as a candidate for the wiggiest director of comedy in America today.
- J. Hoberman, Village Voice

A surreal descent into a twilight zone created by the twisted sensibilities of two cinematic geniuses.
- V.A. Musetto, New York Post



Saturday March 6

Horror Movie a Day & New Beverly Midnights presents

Terror Train
1980, Canada / USA, 97 minutes
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0081617/
dir. Roger Spottiswoode, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Ben Johnson, Hart Bochner, David Copperfield, Derek McKinnon, Sandee Currie
11:59pm, All Tickets $7, Watch The Trailer!

For more information, please visit www.newbeverlymidnights.com

Sends you a chill down the spine that won't subside until those final few minutes. - Clint Morris, Film Threat


Sunday, Monday & Tuesday March 7, 8 & 9

A Keith Coogan double bill

Keith Coogan will appear IN PERSON for the Monday & Tuesday shows, schedule permitting, to discuss the films!

Adventures in Babysitting
1987, USA, 102 minutes
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0092513/
dir. Chris Columbus, starring Elisabeth Shue, Keith Coogan, Maia Brewton, Anthony Rapp, Calvin Levels, Vincent D'Onofrio
Sun: 1:00 only; Mon/Tue: 7:30, Watch The Trailer!

Adventures cruises along on a combination of smart writing, energetic directing, and, perhaps most important, performances that are effortlessly familiar. - All Movie Guide

- plus on the same bill -

Toy Soldiers
1991, USA, 111 minutes
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0103112/
dir. Daniel Petrie Jr., starring Sean Astin, Wil Wheaton, Keith Coogan, Andrew Divoff, R. Lee Ermey, Louis Gossett Jr.
Sun: 3:05 only; Mon/Tue: 9:35, Watch The Trailer!

Dead Poets Society and Die Hard bash heads in this action drama set in a Northeastern prep school. - All Movie Guide


Wednesday & Thursday March 10 & 11


An Alfred Hitchcock double bill

Shadow of a Doubt

1943, USA, 108 minutes
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0036342/
dir. Alfred Hitchcock, starring Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright, Macdonald Carey, Henry Travers, Patricia Collinge, Hume Cronyn
7:30, Watch The Trailer!

You've got to hand it to Alfred Hitchcock: when he sows the fearful seeds of mistrust in one of his motion pictures he can raise more goose pimples to the square inch of a customer's flesh than any other director of thrillers in Hollywood. - Bosley Crowther, NY Times

One of Hitchcock's best films of the 1940s, Shadow of a Doubt is both a fascinating psychological case study and a scathing portrait of the American middle-class family. - All Movie Guide

- plus on the same bill -

Saboteur
1942, USA, 108 minutes
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0035279/
dir. Alfred Hitchcock, starring Priscilla Lane, Robert Cummings, Otto Kruger, Alan Baxter, Norman Lloyd, Clem Bevans
9:40, Watch The Trailer!

Its succession of incredible climaxes, its mounting tautness and suspense, its mood of terror and impending doom could have been achieved by no one else. That is a great tribute to a brilliant director. - Variety


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Advance tickets may be purchased online through Brown Paper Tickets by clicking HERE. Advance tickets are not sold at the box office.

Currently, only general admission tickets may be purchased via this link. Discounted student, senior, etc. tickets may not be purchased in advance at this time. As always, any available tickets will also be sold at the theater box office the day of the event. Purchasing advance tickets is generally unnecessary for most shows, as the only programs that ever come close to selling out are special event shows with special guests, etc. Plenty of tickets are available at the door for nearly all of our programs.

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/16309
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Coming Soon:

March:
12-16: Nobuhiko Obayashi's HOUSE (1977) - New 35mm print!
19&20: Lust for Life & Moulin Rouge (1952)
21&22: Rock Hudson & Doris Day in Pillow Talk & Lover Come Back
24&25: Kansas City Confidential & 99 River Street
26&27: Costa-Gavras' Z & Battle of Algiers
28-30: The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai with Repo Man

April:
2&3: Rififi & Touchez pas au grisbi
7-9: Mulholland Dr. & Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
16&17: Elevator to the Gallows & Le Cercle Rouge
17: Charles Bronson in 10 to Midnight
18&19: Lee Van Cleef in Death Rides a Horse & Sabata
22: Troma 35th Anniversary w/ Toxic Avenger & Poultrygeist
23&24: Never On Sunday & Irma la douce
24: Terror in the Aisles
25-27: Gone With The Wind



Schedule subject to change

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