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Double Features of Cult Movie Goodness

We have a seriously FUN fall planned here at Row House Cinema with  late night cult cinema! Join us for double features ($16 for two films) select Friday Nights . We’ll have trivia, games, and some wild films. 


SOLD OUT – September 8 – Coscarelli-o-Rama

Phantasm – A young boy and his friends face off against a mysterious grave robber known only as the Tall Man, who keeps a mysterious arsenal of terrible weapons with him.

Buba Ho-tep – The  “true” story of what really became of Elvis Presley. We find Elvis as an elderly resident in an East Texas, who switched identities with an Elvis impersonator years before his “death.” He must team up with JFK and fight an ancient Egyptian mummy for the souls of their fellow residents.

Coscarelli Tickets $15

Friday October 13 – 13 Hours of Terror

Friday October 13

The Cult-O-Rama team has a very special 13 hour movie marathon planned for Friday the 13th.

Come see a whole slew of amazing b-movies perfect for Halloween. Want to know what they are? You’ll have to come see them for yourself! Passes include entry to all 8 mystery films, a Cult-O-Rama 13 Hours of Terror pass-holder lanyard, pizza, and a certificate if you survive the entire day!

Early bird passes on sale now for $28.

All Day Pass

November 10 – Maroney Mall Madness
Chopping Mall & Night of the Comet

We’ve figured out the perfect way to get you prepared for holiday shopping: A double feature of scream queen Kelli Maroney fighting off from various enemies in malls.

Chopping Mall (1986)
Did you really think that we would get through a cult series without showing this one? Come on…we know what we’re doing. When a sentient robot goes on a killing spree, some teens fight for their lives while the robot’s mad scientist creators try to stop the slaughter.

Night of the Comet (1984)
After a rare comet sighting, two Valley Girl sisters find that they’re among the only survivors of a zombie attack. As they try to avoid the zombies, they’re sought by scientists who want to experiment on their bodies in the hope of finding an antidote. Did we mention they hide out in a mall?

Maroney Mall Madness Tickets 

December 8 – Holiday Special
Santa Clause Conquers the Martians & Silent Night Deadly Night 2

All I want for Christmas is cult movies at Row House Cinema!

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)
A Year Without a Santa Claus? What about a PLANET without a Santa Claus? The Martians kidnap Santa Claus because there is nobody on Mars to give their children presents. Let’s kick off the holiday season with this very rarely screened cult classic!

Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 (1987)
We all know this is the better of the series, so let’s skip straight to the good part. This one uses about 30 minutes of the original film anyway! Ricky Caldwell works through the trauma regarding his parents’ Christmas Eve murders by going on his own killing spree.

Cult-O-Rama Holiday Special Tickets

January 12 – Bad Cop/Worse Cop
Maniac Cop & Samurai Cop

We couldn’t ignore the weird and wild sub B-movie cop genre with these insane films!

Maniac Cop (1988)
Three New York City police officers search for a killer in uniform who should be dead. Starring Cult-O-Rama favorite Bruce Campbell!

Samurai Cop (1991)
The triumphant return of a Row House Cinema cult favorite! With his fearless swagger and rock hard jaw, The Samurai tears a two-fisted hole through the mob and doesn’t stop until the job is done.

Bad Cop/Worse Cop Tickets

February 9 – Love is Strange
Vampire’s Kiss & Bride of Chucky

Get ready for Valentine’s Day by watching couples so deranged and dysfunctional, you won’t ever need to watch an episode of Maury again.

Vampire’s Kiss (1988)
Nicolas Cage stars in Robert Bierman’s black vampire comedy. This is premium, pure, high-octane Cage. You’ve been warned.

Bride of Chucky (1998)
Chucky, the doll possessed by a serial killer, discovers the perfect mate to kill and revive into the body of another doll… obviously

Love is Strange Tickets

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