Fall Movie Series at Row House Cinema


Fall vibes are officially in the air at the Row House Cinema, and if you’re ready to kick off the spooky season (or just escape the last summer heat in a cold theater), now’s the perfect time to pay a visit to one of Burgh’s best independent cinemas.

Row House has just wrapped up its epic Lord of the Rings film festival and is gearing up to debut four new weekly themes that will get you in an autumnal mood, whether you’re a classic horror fan, a medieval cosplayer or even a latte lover. of the season. Visit the Row House Cinema website to check times and get your tickets ASAP!

September 16-22

Things are going to get medieval in Row House, but it’s fun! Starting Friday the 16th, you can catch three cult favorites that capture vibes of yesteryear, starting with the family favorite Shrek, AKA “the greatest fairy tale ever told”. The Next Step is Sam Raimi’s 1992 horror comedy army of darkness, follow-up to acclaimed director George Romero’s 1981 renaissance fair drama Riders.

September 23-29

You already KNOW the vibe – we’re talking about classic rom-com dramedies that have become cozy classics perfect for the official first week of fall. 1985 cult classic Index is the first, followed by the sentimental favorite Goodwill hunting. Meryl Streep’s unparalleled performance in The devil wears Prada gives standout outfits for fall 2005, and to wrap it all up, the ultimate “if a pumpkin spice latte were a movie”: Rob Reiner’s 1989 hit When Harry met Sally…

September 30-October 6

Okay, “animals” just means “non-humans” in this case, but with the exception of Jordan Peele’s latest horror movie Nope, we don’t mind at all. vintage dog horror movie Cujo also joins the lineup, and no theme week involving animals gone wrong would be complete without Hitchcock’s The birds. The last is An American werewolf in Londonwhich is a perfect transition to a spooky season.

October 7-13

Row House’s Vampire Week kickoff is the ultimate 80s vampire flick: The lost boys. The next step is A girl walks home alone at night, directed by Ana Lily Amirpour in 2014 and billed as Iran’s first vampire western. The closing of the week is Ganja & Hessa 1973 experimental horror film starring Duane Jones, who is perhaps best known for his role in night of the living dead.

Looking for even more fall movies? Keep an eye on Row House Cinema’s social media to see if they’ll announce any outdoor pop-ups for Halloween this year! They’re some of Pittsburgh’s favorite fall movie events, and we hope they’ll be back and better than ever in 2022.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.

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Kaidia is a Pittsburgh native and content writer for a local marketing agency. She loves to travel, try new dishes at local restaurants, and take fitness classes all over town. She’s a die-hard fan of pens as well as a home baker and mixologist – sometimes combining the two in one recipe!


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