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Fall / Winter Parking changes as of Sep 1st.

Huron College Parking is no longer Free. 24 hour meters were put in during construction.

Springett lot is free for shows on Fri, Sat and Sun.
Social Science, Medical Science and Weldon lots are a $7.00 (cash only) parking charge which can be reimbursed Mon-Fri 7pm show only. Bring yellow card to ticket counter and we will reimburse. These lots are $6.00 coin entry all other shows and we cannot reimburse.
Free parking for late show Mon-Thursday is only at Siebens.

See map for details and other lots.

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Dinner and a Movie has returned, now 5 nights a week! (Mon-Fri)
$12.99 for an entree at The Wave and a movie ticket. Movie ticket is now good for any movie in the next 30 days.


Midnight Movie Schedule Posted! Monty Python's Holy Grail, Mean Girls, Scott Pilgrim, Breakfast Club, V For Vendetta, The Room and more...check out the cult movies page.


 



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7:00 pm nightly.
Friday Sept 19th - Thursday Sept 25th

Rated 14A
110 minutes
f word

THE F WORD

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When med school dropout Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe) and animator Chantry (Zoe Kazan) meet at a party, they both feel an instant attraction. The problem? She's already living with her boyfriend, Ben (Rafe Spall).

They decide to just be friends but the chemistry they feel for each other makes it difficult.




 


 

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9:05 pm nightly.
Friday Sept 19th - Thursday Sept 25th

Rated 14A
136 minutes

snowpiercer

SNOWPIERCER

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When an experiment to counteract global warming causes an ice age that kills nearly all life on Earth, the only survivors are people travelling on a massive train called Snowpiercer. Powered by a perpetual-motion engine, it travels on a track that spans the globe.

The inhabitants of the train soon find a class system installed, with the wealthy taking over the front of the train and the starving poor forced to live behind locked doors at the tail, where food is sometimes delivered to them in protein blocks by armed guards. The guards also periodically take some of their children.

One of the leaders of the tail inhabitants, Curtis (Chris Evans), stages a revolt to unlock the doors dividing each car so they can get to where the elite live in luxury and take over.

Directed by Bong Joon-ho ( The Host, Mother)

95% on rottentomatoes.com