The Advocate’s Top Picks in This Week’s Corvallis’ Entertainment Scene
Corvallis-based Freshwater Illustrated shines a light where few look
Sundance Prize-Winner Documents the Achievement Gap
A Corvallis movie theater hat trick: one movie each at all three of our local theaters on the same day
New/American Film Series kicks off at Sivetz
Simple Machine pushes into intimate nooks and crannies
Great films and food to support environmental causes
Like a Rolling Coen…
Beer, movies and a boatload of money raised for conservation efforts
Documentary, Done Right
A rare win in atypical Sci-Fi waters
Ygal Kaufman reviews the indie sensation, Escape from Tomorrow, a film takes place and was shot at Disney World in Florida — without Disney’s permission.
When you go to see a movie with the title Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, you have to go in with the understanding that it’s an absurd premise, and be ready to embrace the ridiculous with[…]
C.ORE Freeride presents Match Stick Productions film “Attack of La Nina!” at Jack Okole’s Bar and Grill on Friday, April 13.
“The Hunger Games” is the latest tween-book-turned-film, based on Suzanne Collins’ series, and is tearing up the box office with record sales. There’s a reason for that: it’s a really good movie. Fans of the book, and cinema in general, won’t be disappointed.
The idea of changing Akira- especially in such a drastic way- is like changing The Terminator or Casablanca. Why not? Because it’s a terrible idea, that’s why.
Sunday, February 26th will be the closing day of the Crossroads International Film Festival. You can still catch three of the films at the Darkside Cinema at 215 SW 4th St. in Corvallis.