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Season 4: Cult Classics and Craft Beer at The Weinberg

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We’ve partnered with the Weinberg Center for the Arts to present the fourth season of the Flying Dog Film Series. The 2014-15 run opens with Dazed and Confused on Thursday, September 25 at 7:30pm. Prizes will be awarded for those dressed as their favorite burnouts from the film (intentional or not).

Fans are also invited to select a Viewer’s Choice film to be screened on Thursday, January 29. Votes can be cast below and the winner will be announced at the screening of Psycho on Thursday, October 30.

2014-15 Schedule

Thursday, September 25 –  Dazed and Confused
Thursday, October 30 – Psycho
Wednesday, November 26 – Robocop
Friday, December 26 – Scrooged
Thursday, January 29 – Viewer’s Choice
Thursday, February 26 – The Dirty Dozen
Thursday, March 26 –  The Producers
Wednesday, April 22 –  Dumb and Dumber
Thursday, May 28 – The Road Warrior
Thursday, June 25 – Point Break

The Weinberg will run $4 specials on all Flying Dog beer starting at 6:30pm in the theater lobby and bar prior to each movie. Brewery staff will sample a different beer each month and this style will be featured as a special at the official after-party location.  At the conclusion of Dazed & Confused, film goers are invited to head to Cafe Nola and enjoy specials on all Flying Dog draft beer.

Also new for the 2014-15 season, a limited run of Dazed & Confused movie poster prints will be available for purchase at the theater. 

Tickets are available online through the Weinberg Box Office and will set you back $7 for adults and $5 students, seniors, children or military members. Season passes are also available by calling 301.600.2828.

Dazed and Confused


Marissa says:

This looks amazing! Movie screenings are a great idea.

Chris says:

It looks like the Road Warrior is no longer on the bill and has been replaced with Lethal Weapon. This is a disappointment, I was looking forward to being able to see a classic movie that is not as common over one that can be seen every so often on basic cable.

Erin says:

Since the Hollywood big wigs are doing a reboot of Mad Max, our request to screen Road Warrior was de-nied.

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