Calling all film lovers! Or…anyone who just wants to get a little more cultured in the arts.
As hard as I try to recommend grown-up films for all us grown-ups, I keep getting sucked back into screenings of classic children’s films.
Knight of Cups is set mostly in California as Rick (Christian Bale) explores and indulges in the vices of LA and Las Vegas.
Remember the adventures of Littlefoot, Cera, Ducky, Petrie, and Spike? Yea, they’re back and you’re watching.
Since Buffalo has a wealth of movie theaters specializing in out-of-date, second-run, international, quirky, and downright unknown independent films, suggesting a dinner and a movie doesn’t mean you’ve thrown in the towel.
Don’t miss the North American premier of this coming-of-age classic followed by lunch at one of our favorite spots in town.
Although Buffalo has quite a selection of clever Valentine’s Day events this year, there’s no reason you can’t kick it with a classic.
You’ve heard of dinner and a movie, but this week we’re doing things a little differently.
If you’re a little over drawn-out documentaries or films (ahem, Making a Murderer) this weekend will be your much-needed refreshment.
The perfect winter day date awaits. You’re welcome.
Grab a slinky black leotard, some extravagant glitter and artfully ripped fishnets before heading out to these Rocky Horror Picture Show parties.
A comprehensive list of where to catch a movie on a lawn (and some other places too).
How often do you get the chance to pick the brain of a Hollywood script reader? That’s what we thought.
A good flick is the perfect way to unwind after a long day. If you find yourself not wanting to waste summer nights indoors, here’s the solution!