Guitarist and composer, Hiroya Tsukamoto takes us on an innovative, impressionistic journey filled with earthy, organic soundscapes that impart a mood of peace and tranquility.
David Olney is a MASTER SONGWRITER whose work has been recorded by Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Del McCoury, but he’s A COMPELLING ARTIST in his own right, with an exceptionally wry wit and a palpable vulnerability — he’s not so much performing as just being himself onstage, and it’s pretty damn ENDEARING.” ( Nashville Scene )
A Midwest town is invaded by aliens that plan to take control of earth by first taking control of the human race. Spreading at an alarming rate, the aliens seek man, woman, and child in an attempt at colonization. The CIA (not MIB) take to the case, but when the enemy could be anyone, who do you trust? A good flick for your conspiracy-theory-loving friends and we can all leave the theater feeling super paranoid!
Step into the Main Gallery of Riverviews for a night inspired by some of Salvador Dalí’s most avant-garde recipes and artistic whimsy. The surrealist cuisine of the night will be a faithful interpretation of some of Dalí’s most cerebral works of art. Think imaginative. Experimental. Unsual. Just like Dalí.
If you have been to any movie theater in the last 40 years, you’ve seen Drew Struzan’s work. In his career as illustrator, he made the iconic posters for many well-known movies from the 70s to the 00’s. Artists and nerds alike will enjoy this documentary of Drew Struzan’s life and career.
The first animated film to grace the LUMC screen! This French film follows a determined grandmother and obese canine companion in a rescue mission to save her kidnapped grandson during the Tour-de-France. It’s unique in every way; animation style, musical score, character designs, etc.
The Alfred Hitchcock classic suspense thriller, Rear Window, centers around action photographer, “Jeff” Jefferies (James Stewart), who is confined to a wheelchair after photographing a car race. With nothing better to do, he begins watching out of his windows or entertainment. It is during one of these spying sessions that he believes he witnessed a murder. Without proof, he must convince his friends and the police to believe him.
A theatrical retelling of H.G. Wells famous novel. An experiment goes awry and Dr. Jack Griffin must find a cure for being invisible. However, the cost of reversing the invisibility will be pricey. He begins to lose himself (being invisible isn’t easy, guys) and put those around him in danger. If you’ve read the book, please no spoilers.
Earth has sent Commander J.J. Adams (Leslie Neilson) and his crew to investigate a colony on Altair-4 that has gone dark. They only find Dr. Morbius, an agreeable man who may be hiding something, and his daughter, Altaira (real original, Dr. Dad). A monster had made quick work of the colony, but has been dormant for years. As the crew lingers on the planet, strange occurrences happen, the history of the Altair is revealed, and the monster is revealed.
All the joys of the 10th Century without the discomfort of the plague! The noble King Arthur, and his trusty servant, Patsy, set out in search of men trustworthy and brave enough to sit at his Round Table. It is after he collects Sir Galahad the pure, Sir Lancelot the brave, the quiet Sir Bedevere, and Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-as-Sir Lancelot, that God demands they find the Holy Grail. Along the way, our knights encounter self-ruling serfs, rival knights, a convent of lonely nuns, Tim the Wizard, and a killer rabbit. We expect lots of laughs for this one.
A Riverviews holiday tradition at this point. A FREE showing of the Mystery Science Theater edition. The ruler of Mars, Kimar, has decided that the Martian children are under the spell of Earthian pop culture. In order to motivate the children, he kidnaps Santa Claus hoping that the jolly old soul will fix their mood. Two Earth kids get kidnapped in the process, causing all kinds of new problems for Kimar.