Category Archives: Festivals, screenings

41 years ago.

On June 24, 1977, at a few minutes after 7 (allowing for trailers and stuff), this is what I was looking at. Advertisements

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Sorcerer Heads Back To London.

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40 Years Ago Today.

I saw Sorcerer 40 years ago today at the Valley Twin in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Seven o’clock showing.) The theater’s gone now, and I’m certainly the worse for wear, but Sorcerer really holds up, better than ever.

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Sorcerer Heads Back To The Alamo Drafthouse.

Some of the Alamo Drafthouses will be showing Sorcerer in April. Check their site to see if the one nearest you is running it, and when. Up top’s the poster they put together one of the last times they ran … Continue reading

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Sorcerer On The Radio Dan Show.

Dan Delgado went to the Sorcerer screening in Miami the other night and dedicated his radio show — The Radio Dan Show — to it. (Opening with the great music from The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three is a … Continue reading

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Which way to Miami?

I’m always stoked about a Sorcerer screening. It’s coming to Miami on July 26 at 7PM. Coral Gables Art Cinema 260 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134 Hope some of you can make it. Also, I’ve heard the Blu-ray is … Continue reading

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Screening: San Francisco’s Castro Theatre.

San Francisco’s Castro Theatre has put together a great scumbags-in-a-hellhole double feature: John Huston’s The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre (1948) and Sorcerer. I hope William Friedkin is aware of this pairing, since he’s a big fan of the Huston/Bogart … Continue reading

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