“The Nuart” is definitely the best midnight moviehouse in “Los Angeles”. Located on the westside, this mivehouse boasts top honors such as: “Best Art House In L.A.” in 1998 by “New Times Los Angeles”, “Best Revival Theatre” in 2000 by “New Times Los Angeles”, “Best Midnight Movies” in 2003 by “L.A. Weekly”, “Top-Rated Popcorn” in 2009 by “Los Angeles Magazine” and L.A.’s premiere art house by “Los Angeles Times Calendar Live!”, Landmark Theatre’s “The Nuart” is definitely the place for you nocturnal movie fanatics to get your midnight movie fix. Located at 11272 Santa Monica Blvd in “West Los Angeles”, it hosts weekly runs of documentary type films. With movie themed midnight movie themed cocktails and beverages, it is definitely an adults-only environment.
Every Friday features an alternate midnight run and Saturday’s midnight movie is the cult classic “Rocky Horror Picture Show” (starring Susan Sarandon). Seeing the a midnight viewing of the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” is a right of passage for everyone. You haven’t lived until you have done the “Time Warp” with a crowd full of people. “Rocky Horror Picture Show” is a fun midnight 100% participation show so having the best audience is very important. The Nuart has the best crowd that will enhance your experience. Upcoming Friday midnight showings (in ascending order) include “Edward Scissorhands” (starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder), “Raising Arizona” (starring John Goodman and Nicholas Cage) and “High Plains Drifter” (starring Clint Eastwood).
Guests at “The Nuart” can join the Film Club which provides advance notice to upcoming midgnigh screenings, invitations to free special engagements, notification of director’s appearances and various other engagements occurring at the theatre. “The Nuart” is definitely a special gem for “Los Angeles” area residents and is definitely a must visit theatre that will leave a lasting impression on you of your midnight movie experience for years to come. “The Nuart” is an experience not worth missing. For more information contact the theatre at (310) 281-8223.
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