The Seattle Cinema Scene is a guide to the city’s art-houses and theaters that specialize in the old, the unknown and cult classics available to filmgoers on a daily basis. For specific screen-times, click the theatre’s name.
In association with Bumbershoot, the One Reel Film Festival will run through Labor Day weekend, featuring a massive collection of domestic and international short-films.
The Coens’ cult-classic The Big Lebowski is ready for you to yell “Over the line!” too, but there is also the bad-movie trash of The Room and the martial-arts meets gymnastics oddity Gymkata.
Grand Illusion Cinema
The U District hosts the summer-thriller The Afterlight, with 1982’s Superstition also getting a few showings, if you’re into the whole “daughter of Satan seeks revenge on people” thing.
Metro Cinemas continues their Possessives series with Polanski’s horror classic Rosemary’s Baby, while the Egyptian’s Midnight movie is the original Arnold-ful Conan the Barbarian.
Northwest Film Forum
Cap Hill hosts the 1942 invasion picture Went the Day Well and the Garrett Dillahunt, Chris Cooper Phillipine-American war film Amigo.