It Came From Outer Space – 3D


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It Came From Outer Space – 3D

  1. Thursday, March 26, 2015 7:00 p.m.
Image from the film It Came from Outer Space.
Ray Bradbury wrote the original, detailed screen treatment for this film, one of the initiators of the science-fiction movie boom of the 1950s. The treatment (and the film itself) is deliberately restrained in its portrayal of the invading alien and adopts a more philosophical stance than many science fiction films of the era. As an added attraction, we are presenting the film in its original 3D format—giving a rare chance to see the film as originally intended. (35mm/3D presentation)