A cozy specialty cinema located in downtown Brunswick since 1979! Eveningstar Video -- curated DVD and Blu-Ray rentals -- in the cinema's lobby.
And the Oscar went to... 32 films
An assortment of films that nabbed the Academy Award for 'Best Picture of the Year'.
Eveningstar Video 1,656 films
Curated DVD and Blu-Ray rentals located in the cinema's lobby.
The goal of the core collection is to acquire every…
Black is Beautiful 34 films
For Black History Month, a celebration of movies featuring Black artistry, film-making, and history,
January/Feb 2023 @ Eveningstar 10 films
Programming thoughts for January/February at the Eveningstar + behind the scenes film booking commentary.
2022 Rewind 34 films
Some of our favorites from 2022 -- all titles screened at the cinema.
Holiday Hustle 34 films
Holiday Classics, Holiday Adjacent & Musicals
Ian Mellott 553 films
Evgeniy Bozhenko 29 films
Eveningstar Thursday Night Brainstorm
chris_zjx 51 films
Wolfgang Petersen Films, Ranked
Paul Bogosian 6 films
In a world where UHF exists there is no comparison. Radcliffe was great but film felt cheap...like it was made by Roku or something.
Saw 3D conversion at Regal Brunswick (no one else in the theater) -- movie is still a masterpiece. 3D conversion is suspect. LOL'd add glass breaking and seltzer 3D spray effects.
My head hurts...cocaine was an uncredited executive producer on this one.
A lovely movie — innovative stop motion, a big heart and touch of sadness.
“I almost cried twice” - my 8 year old
Facing off with the live action Batman films, I think this one wins the Best Story award. Artful, action-packed, superbly written, and carried by top-notch voice acting. R.I.P. Kevin Conroy.
Aaaah well, should've known what I was getting into I guess. Cool effects, but left me feeling pretty gross--maybe I'm not a Cronenberg guy.
A good whodunnit. A meta commentary on the genre while also showing appreciation for it. Sam Rockwell can do no wrong. If you aren't a fan of the "superior cop resenting help from a low ranking cop" cliché, it's very much that kind of story and doesn’t do a lot to twist it but there's a likable wit that keeps it riveting. Top it off with beautiful 1950s production design, then you got yourself a funny and dazzling murder mystery.
All I know for certain is that on this day, at this particular time in my life, I sobbed uncontrollably at this movie. GOD Fraser.