Month: October 2021

Spooky Season is here, and between the perfect staying-in-on-the-couch weather, and the many many incredible films that — spooky or not — celebrate the Halloween spirit, there are few times of year or holidays that are a better match for movie watching. The staff of The Picture House shares some of our film favorites that [...]

Our family loves a good scary movie. In our house around this time of year, we pop some popcorn, get out the blankets, turn out the lights, and prepare to be spooked. Our biggest challenge every year is finding movies that are scary enough for good fun, but not so scary they send anyone to [...]

November is National Native American Heritage Month, and The Picture House is looking forward to honoring the month with our new film studies class exploring Native American cinema.   Images of Indigenous people have been prevalent in American cinema since the late 1800s, but more often than not, these images were produced without consultation or guidance [...]

It might be a foggy memory now, but back in 2005, the news that Daniel Craig had been cast as the next James Bond was met with not a small amount of antipathy. When Craig arrived by speedboat at the press conference announcing him as Bond, much was made of the fact that the actor [...]

It’s Oktoberfest at The Picture House! This month, we’re taking a cinematic trip to Germany as we host our German Film Festival from October 15 through 17. The festival will highlight some of the most exciting films to come out of Germany in the past two years.  We’ll say “Prost!” at the complimentary German beer [...]