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Fall Arts Preview: Special Screenings 

Sept. 19

The Fall

2006 adventure fantasy film directed by Tarsem Singh, starring Lee Pace, Catinca Untaru, and Justine Waddell.

7 p.m., Lucas Theatre, $8

Sept. 19

Jaws

You’re gonna need a bigger boat. A benefit for the Tybee Post Theatre.

8 p.m., Tybee Post Theatre, $10 adults, $5 kids

Sept. 20

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Ensemble cast includes Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, Kirsten Dunst, Mark Ruffalo, Elijah Wood, Tom Wilkinson, & David Cross. 

7 p.m., Lucas Theatre, $8

Sept. 26

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Animation and live action combine in a fanciful takeoff on film noir.

7 p.m., Trustees Theatre, $8

Sept. 27

Pee-Wee's Big Adventure

Special benefit screening for the medical fund of local musician Keith Kozel.

7 p.m., Lucas Theatre

Admission is free, with a suggested voluntary donation of at least $5 for kids and $10 for adults — 100% of which goes directly to Keith's medical fund.

Oct. 1

Pendulum

1969 legal drama is screened as a birthday tribute to the late George Peppard. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Oct. 3

2001: A Space Odyssey

Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi classic.

7 p.m., Lucas Theatre, $8

Oct. 4

The Shining

All work and no play makes Jack (Nicholson) a dull boy.

7 p.m., Lucas Theatre, $8

Oct. 5

Psychotronic Spooktacular at Muse Arts Scarehouse

Each Sunday in October, Psychotronic Film Series presents a double feature of kitschy but awesome horror films. Titles to be announced.

5 & 8 p.m., Muse Arts Warehouse, $12 for both, $7 for one

Oct. 8

Arriva Dorellik aka How To Kill 400 Duponts

This 1967 Italian movie is a satire of period caper films. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Oct. 11

The Goonies

Boys + pirate treasure map = too much fun.

7 p.m., Trustees Theatre, $8

Psychotronic Spooktacular at Muse Arts Scarehouse

Each Sunday in October, Psychotronic Film Series presents a double feature of kitschy but awesome horror films. Titles to be announced.

5 & 8 p.m., Muse Arts Warehouse, $12 for both, $7 for one

Oct. 15

The Pumaman

Kitschy and awful 1980 Italian film famously skewered by Mystery Science Theater 3000. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Oct. 19

Psychotronic Spooktacular at Muse Arts Scarehouse

Each Sunday in October, Psychotronic Film Series presents a double feature of kitschy but awesome horror films. Titles to be announced.

5 & 8 p.m., Muse Arts Warehouse, $12 for both, $7 for one

Oct. 26

Psychotronic Spooktacular at Muse Arts Scarehouse

Each Sunday in October, Psychotronic Film Series presents a double feature of kitschy but awesome horror films. Titles to be announced.

5 & 8 p.m., Muse Arts Warehouse, $12 for both, $7 for one

Oct. 29

Blood Freak

1972 film is a Halloween special about a biker gang member turned into... wait for it... a giant turkey monster. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Nov. 5

Testament

31st Anniversary screening of the shocking nuclear apocalypse drama. Starring a young Kevin Costner. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Nov. 12

Rare Neil Young Concert Film

 This high-quality performance has never been released on DVD anywhere in the world and has not been commercially available in any format for decades. It is something of a Holy Grail for Neil Young fans, shown here to mark his 69th birthday. The exact title will not be revealed until showtime. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Nov. 19

Where Have All The People Gone?

 This 1974 film is considered one of the best “forgotten” made-for-TV movies of the ‘70s. A birthday tribute to Kathleen Quinlan, who stars. Also features Peter Graves. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Nov. 26

Annual Turkey for Turkey Day

 This year it’s Raiders of Atlantis (1983, Italy), essentially a ripoff of Raiders of the Lost Ark and Escape From New York. Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Dec. 3

The Sadist

 1963 exploitation flick is an unnerving tale of a psycho and his psycho girlfriend. Brought to you by Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Dec. 10

Sammy Davis Jr. Tribute

 “Lost” made for TV movie Poor Devil (1973) screens. In a bonus, Christopher Lee plays Satan! Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

Dec. 17

Kiefer Sutherland Birthday Tribute

 Which underrated Kiefer film will be screened? Find out at showtime.... Brought to you by the Psychotronic Film Series.

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

5 & 8 p.m., Muse Arts Warehouse, $12 both, $7 one

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

5 & 8 p.m., Muse Arts Warehouse, $12 both, $7 one

5 & 8 p.m., Muse Arts Warehouse, $12 for both, $7 for one

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

8 p.m., Sentient Bean, $7 cash only

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