Tickets are required for all IU Cinema screenings. You can purchase tickets online and pick them up at the IU Auditorium box office during regular hours or 60 minutes prior to any screening. Learn more about IU Cinema tickets »


Parking is available near the IU Cinema at the Jordan Avenue Garage (the top level is open to all visitors). If you have an IU parking pass, you can park at surface lots near the IU Auditorium during the week after 5 p.m. Parking is free on weekends. Learn more about IU Cinema parking »

PrintUnderground Film Series


  1. Friday, October 31, 2014 6:30 p.m.
Still image from the film Malpertuis
Based on the cult novel by Belgian author Jean Ray, Harry Kümel’s Malpertuis combines elements of fantasy, horror, and exploitation in a cinematic fever dream where nothing is what it seems. When a young sailor (Mathieu Carriè) unexpectedly finds himself in the crumbling Gothic mansion for which the film takes its name, he encounters a bizarre cast of characters (including none other than Orson Welles as the bed-ridden patriarch of the manor and Susan Hampshire playing no less than three different roles) and is soon caught up in their games of deception. Veering between classicism, existentialism, and camp, the film is an often-overlooked work from Kümel, master of the cinematic fantastique. (35mm presentation)