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DiAnoia’s Spaghetti & a Spaghetti Western
7 pm – September 19 – $27
Enjoy a delicious plate of old-school style spaghetti from Pittsburgh’s favorite Italian joint DiAnoia’s with Sergio Leone’s spaghetti western masterpiece Once Upon a Time in the West!

Bone Tomahawk
8:30 pm – September 20 – $12
One night only! Kurt Russell stars in this genre-blending western horror about a group of cowboys who take on a vicious group of cave dwelling natives. Macabre and wry, this new classic is quickly gaining cult status.

Etheria Underground Film Festival 
7 pm – September 22 – $12
Etheria Film Festival presents Etheria Underground: A Night of Bizarre, Surreal, and Horrifying Cinema Directed by Women. This eclectic lineup includes 8 short films from around the world, with subjects ranging from cannibalism to mermaids to Greta Gerwig’s Ladybird. Showing for one night only!

Secret Pop Star Cinema: VHS Edition
9:35 – September 22 – $12
Come on down. It will be a fun, nostalgic surprise. Also, it will be our first VHS night!

Silent Movie Day with Wings
7:45 – September 30 – $12
We’re celebrating Silent Movie Day this year with the Pittsburgh Silent Film Society and a special screening of Wings! Two young men, one rich, one middle class, both in love with the same woman, become US Air Corps fighter pilots and, eventually, heroic flying aces during World War I. Devoted best friends, their mutual love of the girl eventually threatens their bond.

Camille Billops and James Hatch Double Feature
7 pm – October 1 – $12
Local multidisciplinary artist Tara Fay Coleman will introduce these two revolutionary documentaries, which span from Billops’s own complex and nuanced personal life to a broad depiction of the absurd and violent ways in which racism permeates the modern world.

Warhol on Screen: Paranoia plus Two
7 pm – October 4 – $12
Come see exclusive content from Andy Warhol’s film collection presented by Greg Pierce, Director of Film and Video, The Andy Warhol Museum. “We made a movie last night…It was about being paranoid in a dress shop. It’s called Paranoia.” ~ Andy Warhol
On the evening of November 8th, 1966, following the afternoon filming of The George Hamilton Story, a movie in which Warhol cast his mother Julia as an “aging peroxide movie star with a lot of husbands.”

Late night cult cinema is back at Row House Cinema! Join us for double features select Friday Nights and other special events. We’ll have trivia, games, and some wild films.

October 13 – 13 Hours of Terror
13 Hour Mystery Movie Marathon

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

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

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

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




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