- Friday March 06, 2015 10:00 AM
The Howling (Joe Dante, 1981) TV newscaster Karen White (Dee Wallace) brashly interjects herself in the middle of a search for a serial killer, but in the process finds something much more sinister in Joe Dante’s werewolf thriller The Howling. Adapted by John Sayles for the screen from a novel by Gary Brandner, this continuation of Dante’s interest in the sinister, self-reflexive, and seedy is as amusing as it is disturbing. ____________________________
Kick back with cocktails and dinner in Café Modern, then enjoy a late-night cult classic.
The Café Modern bar remains open until 10 pm for night-owl moviegoers! Admission is $7; $5 for Reel People, Modern Contemporaries, and Lone Star members. For advance purchase information, visit lonestarfilmsociety.com.
ArthouseFW—Late Night celebrates the work of Joe Dante, one of Roger Corman’s most memorable collaborators and one who held tightly to Corman’s out-of-this-world sensibilities. Dante’s films bring fantasy and reality together in stories that are both human and monstrous, funny and terrifying, light and dark. Join the Lone Star Film Society and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth for a late-night series that is sure to keep you awake.