Monday, December 15, 2014

Main Art Theatre's Midnight Madness will now run year-round

Posted By on Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 6:14 PM

Royal Oak's Main Art Theatre has been screening cult classics at 12 a.m. every Friday and Saturday nights as part of a summer-long series called Midnight Madness. Though summer has long since passed, the series has continued on and thanks to its extreme popularity, Landmark Theatres (the company that owns the Main Art) has decided to extend it into perpetuity. 

Landmark announced today that the series will run year-round and a schedule has been released through the end of February which includes films like Blade Runner The Final Cut, Dr. Strangelove, Singin' in the Rain, Pulp Fiction, Vertigo, and Howl's Moving Castle.  

Tickets to Midnight Madness are always $7. The Main Art Theatre is located at 118 N. Main, Royal Oak. 

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