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3 Secrets to Hosting an Awesome Rocky Horror Picture Show Screening

Ah, fall. Time to dig last year’s cozy sweaters out of the bottom of the drawer. Along with the leather corset.  And the fishnet stockings, and the water pistol. Because if you work in a community-oriented movie house, the approach of Halloween brings one more very important thing to mind.

Hollywood Boulevard Presents: The Evolution of Batman

Batman made his first appearance in Detective Comics in 1939, following the success of Superman. However, creators Bob Kane and Bill Finger purposefully crafted a moodier, more mysterious hero whose grim origin story would be one of the few things to remain constant throughout the character’s re-interpretation by subsequent artists and writers.

Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" on 35mm: Why You Need to See It

Christopher Nolan is a creative force to be reckoned with. The man who gained overnight recognition with his 2000 independent psychological thriller “Memento” went on to write and direct “Inception” and the three most recent Batman films. Nolan’s latest film, a science-fiction space voyage called “Interstellar”, is already causing quite a stir before its release. 

Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure Back on the Big Screen

Before Paul Reubens and Tim Burton were household names, the character of “Pee-Wee Herman” was just getting his start on stage at a star-making Los Angeles comedy club called The Groundlings. Reubens honed the character throughout the late 1970’s, which then became a popular HBO comedy special before being developed into the 1985 hit classic, “Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure.” 

Dumb and Dumber Turns 20!

In 1994, an unlikely pairing of slapstick comedian Jim Carrey and serious stage and film actor Jeff Daniels brought the world a cult comedy classic. The now-famous Farrelly brothers made their directorial debut with Dumb and Dumber which launched their career when it became an instant box-office hit.

5 Things We Love about "Scrooged"

The year was 1988. To quote the marketing phrase: “Bill Murray is back among the ghosts, only this time, it’s three against one.”

The Epic Conclusion of The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies

Director Peter Jackson’s Hobbit saga reaches its action-packed finale with the latest installment, “Battle of The Five Armies.”  The last film in this trilogy relies heavily on the appendices of J.R.R Tolkien’s “The Return of the King” to expand on life in Middle Earth.

7 Things We Want to Know About Star Wars Episode VII

When I was a kid, I remember watching “Return of the Jedi” and wondering what chapter would come next. It’s hard to believe that a couple of decades later that “Episode VII-The Force Awakens”, is a mere year away. The recently-released teaser trailer did a perfect job of raising questions while creating excitement for the upcoming installment, even for those who grew a bit jaded after the prequel trilogy. Here are seven things this hardcore Star Wars geek wants to know after that 88 second glimpse of things to come:

Head to Hollywood Blvd. to Brush Up on Golden Globe Contenders

You know you want to tune into the Golden Globes on Sunday, January 11 -- Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hosting again!  But unless you want to be left scratching your head once the jokes of the opening dialogue are over, you’ll need to catch up on some of the contending films and why Tinseltown is making such a fuss over them. We can help! Here’s a list of Golden Globe-nominated films currently showing at Hollywood Blvd.

Four Things You (Probably) Didn’t Realize about “The Iron Giant”

Did you know that “The Iron Giant” is, according to Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, one of the most critically-acclaimed animated films of all time?

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