After Midnite


Late-night programming for cinephile insomniacs with screenings of horrifying, weird, camp, avant garde, tripped-out, and cult films, often from 35mm prints.

Coolidge After Midnite is ready to serve up a slew of films and events every Friday & Saturday to satisfy your cult cinema hunger!

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Cooldige After Midnite



The harrowing horror classic that continues to ruffle the feathers of angry parents over thirty years later.


Suspiria (1977)

Sat 12/7

With a terrifying and exhilarating horror drag preshow!


In this shocking, blood-soaked finale to Jason's carnage-ridden reign of terror, the horrible secret of his unstoppable killing instinct is finally revealed.


Home Alone

Sat 12/14

Macaulay Culkin stars in the holiday classic directed by Chris Columbus.

Black Christmas (1974)

One part frosty Christmas atmosphere, one part stalk ‘n’ slash magnificence, and all parts awesome.


Die Hard

Sat 12/21

John McTiernan's Christmas classic, starring Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman.


Howard Hawks and Christian Nyby's original 1951 adaptation of the novella that John Carpenter would later adapt in 1982 as The Thing.


The Cell

Sat 1/4

With a terrifying and exhilarating Haus of Oni horror drag preshow!


The Faculty

Fri 1/10

Six students discover their teachers really are from another planet in this thriller from director Robert Rodriguez.


The Thing (1982)

Sat 1/11
Sat 1/25

Kurt Russell and his impressive facial hair hit the big screen battling human paranoia and a grotesque thing from another world. 



Fri 1/17

Guardians of the Galaxy's James Gunn wrote and directed this creepy horror tale that has its protagonists keeping their wits about them.


The Blob (1988)

Fri 1/24

Director Chuck Russell's remake of the 1958 Steve McQueen B-movie about the giant, oozing, gooey killer.


They Live

Fri 1/31

They influence our decisions without us knowing it. They numb our senses without us feeling it. They control our lives without us realizing it.