(1994) dir. Tim Burton; 127 min.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9th @ 7 & 9:30pm
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th @ 7 & 9:30pm
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11th @ 3pm
“Movies were his passion. Women were his inspiration. Angora sweaters were his weakness.” With a tagline like that how can you resist? Don’t miss Tim Burton’s homage to the low-budget sci-fi and horror films of the 1950s, told through the delightfully amusing and touching life of cross-dressing Ed Wood Jr., often named the worst director of all time. Johnny Deep is deliciously fun as Ed Wood and Martin Landau is fantastic as Bela Lugosi. Although Ed Wood was a commercial flop, it was a critical success and has gained a cult following over the years. Now’s your chance to see this cult favorite in all its B&W celluloid glory on the big screen.