House of Wax

Sunday, October 28th at 7:00 PM

Note the New Date and Time!

House of Wax

1953 / Warner Bros.

Considered the film that revitalized Vincent Price’s career, House of Wax was the first of what would ultimately become a long line of spooky genre films that comprised the majority of his career and forever earned him a place in the world of the macabre.

Dr. Henry Jerrod (Price) is a talented wax figure sculptor who specializes in historical icons at his wax museum. After having a dispute with his business partner, Matthew Burke, on how to increase profits, Burke sets the museum on fire, intending to collect the insurance money. He leaves Jerrod to die in the fire, but Jerrod survives, only to have his hands permanently crippled.

With the aid of his mute sculptor, Igor (Charles Bronson), Jerrod rebuilds the wax museum. Shortly thereafter, a cloaked, disfigured figure shows up and starts murdering Jerrod’s former associates. Bodies disappear from morgues all while Jerrod’s museum returns with a newfound glory. Is it coincidence or is Jerrod being framed by the killer?

Directed by Andre De Toth, House of Wax also stars Phyllis Kirk, Frank Lovejoy, Paul Picerni, Paul Cavanaugh, and Carolyn Jones, who would later portray Morticia Addams on The Addams Family television series.

The evening's program will feature a special tribute to Vincent Price, hosted by author, historian, and Price's longtime friend, David Del Valle. The Vincent Price Art Museum will be on hand and we hope to screen a pre-recorded video from Vincent’s daughter, Victoria, made especially for our event, which lands on the 25th anniversary of his passing. Join us as we pay tribute to the Master of Menace himself, Vincent Price!

Tickets purchased for the original Oct. 25th date may be exchanged for the new date or refunded at the point of purchase.

The Three Stooges Big Screen Event!

Saturday, November 24 at 2:00 & 8:00 PM

21st Annual Edition: Three For The Show!

The Three Stooges Big Screen Event!

Presented in association with C3 Entertainment, Inc.

Whether Shemp or Curly
Partnered with Moe,
Once you add Larry
It's… Three For The Show!

This year's theme is chosen because each of our films has the word “Three” in the title. In fact, these are six of the sixteen shorts that the Stooges did for Columbia that include the title word “Three.”

Three Little Beers (1935)

Three Dumb Clucks (1937)

Three Missing Links (1938)

Three Little Pirates (1946)

Three Dark Horses (1948)

Three Sappy People (1939)

C3 Entertainment,Inc.

Visit The Three Stooges Official Web Site

The Three Stooges ® is a registered trademark of C3 Entertainment, Inc. The Three Stooges ® characters, names, likenesses and all related indicia are trademarks and property of C3 Entertainment, Inc. © 2018 C3 Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved.