Our summer schedule has undergone one last adjustment. To review, this coming Wednesday (6/25) we wrap The Prisoner with the final two episodes of that show, Once Upon a Time and Fall Out.
The following two Wednesdays (7/2 & 7/9) will focus on the short-lived comedy ACTION starring Jay Mohr.
We'll be closed the following two weeks while Stan and I attend the Star Wars Celebration in Japan.
Upon our return, we'll celebrate the 30th anniversary of Stephen King's magnum opus with a four-week screening (7/30-8/20) of the miniseries based on The Stand. In addition to each weekly chapter (which less commercials only runs about 1.5 hours) we'll supplement those nights with an appropriate short subject.
Finally, starting August 27th, we'll launch into another overlooked gem - Shaun Cassidy written and Sam Raimi produced American Gothic. I think folks will have fun with this quirky show about good versus evil in a small town. Particularly after watching the epic struggle between good and evil in a much larger scale in The Stand.
Great programming aside, each and every Wednesday we have been treated to a variety of gourmet meals courtesy of Vonna. Even if you're uninterested in what we're watching, attendees will confirm the food is not to be missed!
We hope you'll consider joining us for our weekly Wednesday night screenings.