Labyrinth Cult Fans Witness a Real, Live — and Unplanned — Reunion Among Muppeteers and Filmmakers

Something remarkable occurred on Saturday at the Castro Theatre. It was a…

    Wed Aug 24th, 2011 2:30pm By Casey Burchby

S.F. Silent Film Festval: Resurrecting Napoleon, Fiercely Debating Modern Musical Scores

The 16th San Francisco Silent Film Festival reached a triumphant conclusion Sunday…

    Mon Jul 18th, 2011 10:30am By Gregg Rickman

Local Filmmakers Feed at the Udder of a Scary Cow (Film Festival)

Aspiring young directors have a choice these days: drop a serious wad…

    Thu Jun 30th, 2011 5:30pm By Michael Fox

Riffs on Movie Riffing: Joel Hodgson and Cinematic Titanic at the Castro

Joel Hodgson cosplay must be the cheapest cosplay there is. Just score…

    Tue May 10th, 2011 1:27pm By Alan Scherstuhl

Cinematic Titanic's J. Elvis Weinstein on Movie Riffing and the Legacy of MST3K

Since they hail from the upper Midwest, which is something like the…

    Fri May 6th, 2011 1:30pm By Alan Scherstuhl

Terence Stamp Entertains Castro Crowd with Tales from Priscilla, Other Films

Like a latter-day Superman supervillain General Zod, British actor Terence Stamp materialized…

    Mon May 2nd, 2011 8:55am By Gregg Rickman

Organist David Hegarty Celebrates 33 Years Playing the Castro Theatre's Mighty Wurlitzer

We remember David Hegarty from the late 1980s. We didn't know his…

Castro Theatre to Start Showing Blockbusters

It's finally happened. The Castro Theatre, one of the city's best repertory…

    Thu Apr 10th, 2008 10:31am By Andy Wright

Peter Sellers Double Feature At Castro Theatre

If you didn't know, Peter Sellers was a comedic genius. His multiple…

    Wed Apr 9th, 2008 1:40pm By Oscar Pascual

Gene Wilder Revisits Young Frankenstein at Castro Theatre March 19

The legendary actor from several Mel Brooks classics makes a visit to…

    Tue Mar 4th, 2008 1:06pm By Oscar Pascual