Friday, October 29 - Saturday, October 30, 2021

“CHRISTINE is, of course, utterly ridiculous. But I enjoyed it anyway. The movies have a love affair with cars, and at some dumb elemental level we enjoy seeing chases and crashes. In fact, under the right circumstances there is nothing quite so exhilarating as seeing a car crushed, and one of the best scenes in CHRISTINE is the one where the car forces itself into an alley that’s too narrow for it… This is the kind of movie where you walk out with a silly grin, get in your car, and lay rubber.” – Roger Ebert

Screening as part as of our Autumn series “Waverly Midnights: Auto/Erotic”

  • Year 1983
  • Running Time 110 minutes
  • Director John Carpenter
  • Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil

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