Sunday, November 1. Doors at 6:45PM, Film rolls at 7:15PM
If tickets remain day-of, we'll continue selling onsite, and if we're sold out, we'll run a standby line. No cash, no rain dates, no passes, no refunds. Member punches will be honored at the cinema box office.
"If revisiting an old movie is a bit like going back in time, that sense of disorientation is doubled in DONNIE DARKO. A haunted miasma of youthful alienation, suburban malaise, cosmic upheaval and 1980s pop-cultural infatuation, writer-director Richard Kelly's captivatingly strange 2001 debut plays more than ever like its own suspended-in-time artifact."
-Justin Chang, L.A. Times
Nostalgic and apocalyptic, Richard Kelly's debut is a love-letter to the 1980s and a celebration of the terrors of teenage-alienation — weaving hormones and psychosis, a giant rabbit and a jet engine — deftly delivering Spielbergian touches and killer new-wave needle-drops over images of suburbia in the lead-up to Halloween… and possibly the end of the world.
Initially beset with distribution problems, Donnie Darko would slowly find its audience and emerge as arguably the first cult classic of the new millennium — and one of Ragtag's first hits.
Restoration courtesy of Arrow Films and the American Genre Film Archive.
Regarding inclement weather:
-We are not able to hold rain dates for Logboat screenings.
-If we need to cancel for weather, the call will be made by 4pm day-of and shared with ticketholders via email and posted online (web/socials).
-If we need to cancel in advance the no refund policy stands, but tickets can be transferred to another screening within 30 days of the cancelled event. Bring your confirmation to the cinema to redeem.
Director(s): Richard Kelly
Starring: Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal, Patrick Swayze, Drew Barrymore, Mary McDonnell