Favorite cult classics return to the Film Center
every Monday at 7:30PM
A new extension of Cult 101, Mammoth Mondays, arrives at the Film Center to help preserve the legacy of some truly incredible genre films. The weekly series will feature new and returning selections, with as many restored versions as possible.
Discover a new favorite – See the spring season line-up below
Dark Star (1974)—April 4
Outrageously unique sci-fi, and the first feature from genre film master, John Carpenter. See full details here.
Donnie Darko (2001)—April 11
Richard Kelly’s debut, and arguably the first cult classic of the new millennium. See full details here.
The Happiness of the Katakuris (2001)—April 18
From Takashi Miike, one of the most unique, bizarre, and satisfying horror-comedies ever made. See full details here.
Fantastic Planet (1973)—April 25
Nothing else has ever looked or felt like director René Laloux’s animated marvel. See full details here.
A Clockwork Orange (1971)—May 2
Stanley Kubrick’s thought-provoking dystopian tale was initially banned in several countries. See full details here.
Beyond Dream’s Door (1989)—May 9
Miraculous monster effects and hallucinatory visions from Columbus-born director Jay Woelfel. See full details here.
Holy Motors (2012)—May 16
Essential 21st-century viewing from visionary French filmmaker Leos Carax. See full details here.
Thrilling Bloody Sword (1981)—May 23
Hsin-Yi Chang’s martial arts horror-fantasy version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. See full details here.
The Return of the Living Dead (1985)—May 30
Dan O’Bannon redefined the genre with his witty and horrific zombie masterpiece. See full details here.
The Void (2016)—June 6
Lovecraftian horror with show-stopping practical effects from Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski. See full details here.
Raiga: God of Monsters (2009)—June 13
Low-budget legend Shinpei Hayashiya’s satire of 1960s/70s era kaiju movies. See full details here.
A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)—June 20
Imaginative debut from Chuck Russell and one of the greatest horror sequels of all time. See full details here.
Hedwig And The Angry Inch (2001)—June 27
A trailblazing rock odyssey and first feature from John Cameron Mitchell. See full details here.
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