This weekend, bravely venture into October with Henry Selick’s spooky modern classic, Coraline!
Cool posters at the stand.
SPECIAL NOTE: Saturday’s showing will be presented by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western New York. Arrive at 11:00am for face-painting, a Jim Kelly jersey raffle, and a donation drive.
With gorgeous stop-motion animation from the brilliant artists at LAIKA, CORALINE is one of the most beautiful animated films of recent times, and deserves to be appreciated on the BIG SCREEN.
“Creepy, wonderfully strange and full of feeling.”
– A. O. Scott, THE NEW YORK TIMES
Based on the best-selling book by Neil Gaiman.
11:30 AM Saturday & Sunday, 9/30 & 10/1
$5 tickets, with a $3 suggested donation on Saturday for the Ronald McDonald House of WNY.
Tix on sale here: http://bit.ly/2r7oNrJ
From Focus Features:
Coraline Jones is a girl of 11 who is feisty, curious, and adventurous beyond her years. She and her parents have just relocated from Michigan to Oregon. Missing her friends and finding her parents to be distracted by their work, Coraline tries to find some excitement in her new environment.
Coraline seriously doubts that her new home can provide anything truly intriguing to her, but it does; she uncovers a secret door in the house. Walking through the door and then venturing through an eerie passageway, she discovers an alternate version of her life and existence.