In time for Halloween subsequent week, The Projector is screening various common horror films to get your scare on.
Although the screening of cult favorite The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) is bought out, you may nonetheless snag tickets for different movies reminiscent of Corpse Bride (2005), the stop-motion animation a couple of man and his zombie bride; or The Evil Dead (1981), the traditional movie directed by Sam Raimi, a couple of group of school college students who endure from demonic possession.
WHERE: The Projector, Level 5 Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road MRT: Nicoll Highway WHEN: Till Sunday, numerous occasions INFO: theprojector.sg/class/halloweenie
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BEAUTIFUL BOY (M18)
120 minutes/four stars
In this adaptation of two memoirs – one written by author David Sheff and the opposite by his son Nic – Steve Carell performs David, a comfortably middle-class man whose son (Timothee Chalamet) is a methamphetamine addict.
This is a gorgeously shot, quietly arresting portrait of a relationship that exams the boundaries of unconditional love – how a lot ought to a dad or mum take earlier than he cuts ties and walks away? – the place all the things rests on shopping for the concept that David loves his son and Nic is worthy of that love.
SGIFF PRESENTS: MOONLIGHT CINEMA
Catch a movie outdoor for a change on the inaugural Moonlight Cinema collection at Gardens by the Bay, which can be screening two heartwarming movies that occur to have the identical identify, My Girl. Tonight, it’s the 1991 American movie which stars Macaulay Culkin and Anna Chlumsky as childhood pals who should be taught to wrestle with concepts of dying.
Tomorrow’s screening would be the 2003 Thai cult comedy a couple of younger man who reminisces about his past love in 1980s Thailand.
The characters’ experiences within the two films might differ tremendously, however the movies share the identical themes of candy childhood innocence and first crushes.
WHERE: Supertree Grove Lawn, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive MRT: Bayfront WHEN: Today and tomorrow, 9pm ADMISSION: Free, register your curiosity at www.fb.com/occasions/291749464888211
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