Spring 2012

A few suggestions for for next term:

Dale and Tucker vs. Evil: An funny horror film about a couple of hillbilies who get terrorised by a group of psychotic college students. It’s not been shown in many places but I enjoyed it and it should appeal to students.
Drive: It’s been getting rave reviews and won best director at Cannes.
Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy: I know we were probably going to show this anyway but I’d suggest it as a Sunday double (it’s a REALLY good film :slight_smile: ).
Friends with Benefits: A chick flick that did well.
Bridesmaids + Rise of the Planet of the Apes: I think we missed both of these last time but they should both be good enough to hold up in Spring.

The new Woody Allen film, Midnight in Paris, has 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.

1933 King Kong is a cult classic of sorts

I saw this at the Odeon and thought it was actually funny, not just romantic comedy light-hearted and mildly amusing. :slight_smile:

The rest all seem like good suggestions too.

A couple of classic suggestions (both Hitchcocks):

North by Northwest
The Birds

Both are really good films that we haven’t shown in ages. As far as older films go, Hitchcock films tend to do ok as I think they’re quite accessible.

Apparently Ghostbusters is getting a rerelease in October. We haven’t shown it as a regular screening for over a decade.