A species of South American killer spider hitches a lift to the U.S. in a coffin and starts to breed.
After three centuries, three witch sisters are resurrected in Salem on Halloween Night
We’re delighted to be joined by directors Ben and Chris Blaine for a Q&A screening of their acclaimed horror-comedy.
Rob Ashford directs Kenneth Branagh in this new version of John Osborneʼs modern classic.
Based on the only children's novel done by master spy author Ian Fleming, this zippy, sing-a-long family classic is still an absolute treat.
They're creepy and they're kooky... it's The Addams Family.
John Landis’ hairy horror classic returns to our screens, reminding us to always heed the advice from your local pub.
We’re giving you another chance to camp it up in your finest lingerie and do the Time Warp all over again as part of the Cult Classic Horror All-Nighter
As stylish as it is unsettling, this murder mystery unfolds when a musician witnesses the murder of a famous psychic.
One of the all-time comedy classics returns to the Tyneside as scientists Peter, Ray and Egon strap on their proton packs and really bust some ghosts.
The Iranian skateboarding vampire feminist spaghetti western has returned
This classic horror movie based on Stephen King's first novel about a shy, insecure bullied teenager, with unknown burgeoning powers…
Francis Ford Coppola's vision of Bram Stoker's Dracula rescues the character from decades of campy interpretations.
An artist who is gradually losing his mind takes to the streets of New York armed with a power drill.
A semi-forgotten Japanese jem from the director of Ring.
Tim Burton's brilliantly bizarre Beetlejuice returns to the big screen for the Cult Classic All-nighter.
Passenger announcement: Car 11 is full of zombies...
What kind of cult-classic all-nighter would it be without an appearance from Ridley Scott's most disturbing pet.
We're coming to get you Barbara!
Grab his classic low budget horror film combines just the right amount of gore and black humor,a chainsaw and a shotgun and get ready to journey back to one of the creepiest cabins you’ll ever come across.
We are delighted to welcome director Luke Scott for this special screening of his documentary about the Nottingham Hip Hop/B-Boy scene of the 1980s.
Alexei Ratmansky invokes the genius of Shostakovich’s score, creating a laugh-out-loud masterpiece with slapstick comedy, hilarious deceptions, false identities and many colourful characters!
In a world of increasingly bloated and disappointing superhero films, Richard Donner’s 1978 classic still remains the high watermark of the genre.
In Pursuit of Silence is a meditative film about our relationship with silence, sound and the impact of noise.
The awe-inspiring documentary from award-winning director Patricio Guzmán, an extraordinary exploration of the Atacama Desert in Chile.
Life Off Grid is a two-year journey exploring the lives of Canadians that have made the choice to disconnect from the grid.
We are thrilled to present this stunning restoration of one of the world’s greatest films: Abel Gance’s epic 1927 silent masterpiece Napoleon.
To expand on the theme of disconnection we are holding a special 1.5 hour introduction to yoga.
In November 1966 film director Ken (I, Daniel Blake) Loach’s TV drama Cathy Come Home aired and sparked an immediate outcry and public response to the issue of homelessness which still resonates five decades later.
From director Alan J. Pakula (Klute) comes this quintessential American film showing the power of journalism.
An unmissable event that will take a candid look into the mind of Alan Bennett, Britain’s best-loved writer, who, at 82, shows no signs of slowing down.
Master filmmaker Aleksandr Sokurov (Russian Ark) transforms a cinematic portrait of the Louvre into a majestic centuries spanning reflection on the relation between art, culture and power.
The magical world of Harry Potter lives on in this fantastical spin-off written by J.K. Rowling, set in New York City, 70 years before Harry sets foot in Hogwarts for the first time.
The film that really announced Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro to the world.
Celebrating its 30th anniversary David Lynch’s mesmerising masterpiece returns to our screens.
Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho’s breakthrough opera was described by the New York Times as “transfixing…a lushly beautiful score”.
The legendary Plácido Domingo brings another new baritone role to the Met under the baton of his longtime collaborator James Levine.
Simon Russell Beale returns to the RSC after 20 years to play Prospero in this groundbreaking production directed by Artistic Director Gregory Doran.
In this resplendent and magical classic, the Bolshoi dancers take us on a dreamlike journey through the famous fairy tale, complete with jewel fairies, a magical kingdom, a youthful princess and a handsome prince.
Lucian Msamati (Luther, Game of Thrones, NT Live: The Comedy of Errors) plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.
The great legend of the enigmatic woman/swan is one of the most romantic classical ballets, appropriately set in the era of courtly romance and characterised by elegance, style and harmony.
Gemma Arterton is Joan of Arc, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse.
Kristine Opolais stars in the role that helped launch her international career, the mythical Rusalka, who sings the haunting Song to the Moon.
Tony Award-winning director Ivo van Hove (A View from the Bridge at the Young Vic Theatre) returns to National Theatre Live screens with a modern production of Ibsen’s masterpiece.
Sonya Yoncheva sings one of opera’s most beloved heroines, the tragic courtesan Violetta, a role in which she triumphed on the Met stage in 2015, opposite Michael Fabiano as her lover, Alfredo, and Thomas Hampson as his father, Germont.
For one evening, the Bolshoi takes on a bold new challenge in Hans Van Manen’s Frank Bridge’s Variations, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot’s Short Time Together and Alexei Ratmansky’s Russian Seasons.
Mozart’s first operatic masterpiece returns to the Met in the classic Jean-Pierre Ponnelle production, conducted by Music Director James Levine.
This story based on the larger-than-life hero Pechorin is adapted from Mikhail Lermontov’s literary masterpiece, three separate tales recounting Pechorin’s heartbreaking betrayals.
Tchaikovsky’s setting of Pushkin’s timeless verse novel is presented on the Met stage in Deborah Warner’s moving production, starring Anna Netrebko and Dmitri Hvorostovsky as Tatiana and Onegin.
The dream cast of Renée Fleming as the Marschallin and Elīna Garanča as Octavian star in Strauss’s grandest opera.