With the police drama FELONY starting at Cinema Detroit on Friday, October 17, we thought we'd ask one of our favorite patrons, dedicated Detroiter and retired Los Angeles Police Department officer Thomas Page, which law enforcement films are the most realistic, and which are fun anyway. Get his take on END OF WATCH, SUPER TROOPERS, and which cop movies have what he calls "the chit-chat factor." And don't forget to check out FELONY, starting October 17.
Paula and Tim discuss the two films starting Friday, October 24. EVOLUTION OF A CRIMINAL will include two Skype Q & As with the director, Darius Clark Monroe, one on Friday, the other on Tuesday, Oct. 28. Details here: http://cinemadetroit.com/2014/10/04/evolution-of-a-criminal/ ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW will screen once on Friday and once on Saturday, festivities begin at 11 p.m. Info here: http://cinemadetroit.com/2014/10/13/rocky-horror-picture-show/ Get tickets to all our shows online here: http://ticketing.us.veezi.com/sessions/?siteToken=xqz727RTzEGBFKUDula9jQ%3D%3D
This week at Cinema Detroit, Tim discusses what makes the restored and remastered HALLOWEEN such an amazing experience. HALLOWEEN starts Friday, October 17. For more info, see our HALLOWEEN page http://wp.me/p2TS8B-CR or just grab your tickets online now http://bit.ly/1tLJrVX