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THE BUBBLE & THE HOLE

Tuesday, November 22

THE BUBBLE
12:30   4:10   7:50*

THE HOLE
2:20   6:00   9:40

DOUBLE FEATURE: Two films for one admission. Tickets purchased entitle patrons to stay and see the following film at no additional charge.

THE BUBBLE

(1966, Arch Oboler) Bad enough that an expecting couple have to force land next to a remote town full of monotonic robotic denizens – this giant plastic bubble won’t let them get out. Best 3-D movie from the auteur who started it all with Bwana Devil. DCP. Approx. 91 mins.
12:30, 4:10, 7:50

“Crystal clear 3-D effects… a rare visitation of old-school sci-fi.”
– The New York Times

THE HOLE

(2009, Joe Dante) New town for kids Marco Massoglia, Nathan Gamble, except there’s those clown puppets appearing, the mysterious injured girl, and the menacing large man – connected to the seemingly bottomless hole behind the trapdoor in the basement. DCP. Approx. 92 mins.
2:20, 6:00, 9:40

“An impish horror-comedy about the macabre horror lurking behind the well-manicured lawns, picket fences, and stifling conformity of suburban life. It’s also a child’s-eye take on the haunted-portal subgenre that affords Dante his first opportunity to experiment with 3-D. Like earlier Dante classics The Gremlins and The Burbs, The Hole marries the fantastical, the horrific, and the mundane.”
– A.V. Club