In conjunction with LA Opera’s presentation of Hercules Vs. Vampires, April 23 - 26 at the Music Center's Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, we bring a pair of Mario Bava classics to the big screen at the Egyptian: BLACK SUNDAY, starring Barbara Steele in a double role as a deathless witch and her own virginal descendant, and BLACK SABBATH, with Boris Karloff as a ravenous Russian vampire in one of three tales of terror.
(4/3) The highly-anticipated 17th Annual Festival of Film Noir opens tonight with a brand new 35mm restoration of WOMAN ON THE RUN, a once forgotten but now resurrected San Francisco noir, and 1947's THE UNFAITHFUL, about a woman whose sexual indiscretion leads to murder.
A British noir double feature puts the focus on marriages gone awry with Edward Dmytryk's unjustly neglected masterpiece THE HIDDEN ROOM and THE SLEEPING TIGER, which finds a psychologist's wife infatuated with her husband's young male test subject.
One of just three exclusive events worldwide, Nick Cave discusses and reads from his new book The Sick Bag Song - an exploration of love, inspiration and memory shaped around the events of Cave’s 2014 tour of North America - and takes questions from the audience. Tickets only available at Ticketmaster. $65 + fees. Please note that ticket sales are being handled by Goldenvoice. Photo ID will be required for entry.