The Clay Center’s Science-Fiction Film Series returns this week with Fahrenheit 451 on Friday October 17th and Saturday October 18th at 7:30pm at the electric Sky Theater. The movie, based on the Ray Bradbury novel, follows Guy Montag whose job is to burn all books till he starts to read some and question the world he lives in. The movie has a runtime of 112 minutes.
They will have another showing in December with The Brother from Another Planet. Friday the 5th and Saturday the 6th at 7pm. The movie follows an escaped alien slave who crash-lands in New York Harbor and flees two Men in Black.
Both are just $6 each per person.
They are also doing a special free screening on Halloween with the silent 1922 Nosferatu at 11:30pm, Friday October 31st. The film is considered a Masterpiece of silent cinema. The earliest screen adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula follows Count Orlok. The movie runtime is 94 minutes.
Another screening you might want to go it up in Sutton at the Elk Theatre they will be showing John Carpenter’s Halloween on October 28, 29, 30, and 31 at 7pm each night. Admission is $5 per person. Halloween is the original 1978 slasher film to feature Micheal Myers stalking a young Jamie Lee Curtis and being followed by his psychiatrist Donal Pleasence. The Elk Theater is a one screen 1930’s movie theater that was put on The National Historic Registry in 1987.
Let us also not forget the Rifftrax live screening of Anaconda on Thursday October 30th at 8pm and re-broadcast on Tuesday November 4th 7:30pm. This will be your only chance to see the movie get riffed. The movie has Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jon Voight, and more fighting a giant snake in the Amazon. The movie will be shown at theaters in Bridgeport, Morgantown, Nitro, and Barboursville at about $12.50 a ticket.