Stephen King Film Series
In celebration of Stephen King's ground-breaking novels, please join us every other Saturday in June and July for a Stephen King film series showcasing his most famous film adaptations.
June 1: Carrie (1976) 98 min. Rated R. A young and timid 17-year-old girl who discovers she has telekinesis when she is humiliated by a vicious prank on prom night.
June 15: Secret Window (2004) 96 min. Rated PG-13. A recently divorced writer is accused of plagiarism by a strange man, who stalks him to seek justice.
June 29: Creepshow (1982) 130 min. Rated R. A collection of five tales of terror, this film inspired by comics from the 1950s, features work by Stephen King and George A. Romero.
July 13: Needful Things (1993) 120 min. Rated R. A mysterious shop opens in a small town, but the covetted items it sells come with steep price tags.
July 27: Firestarter (1984) 115 min. Rated R. When a couple participates in a medical experiment that makes them gain telekinetic abilities, they inadvertantly pass down pyrokinetic powers to their young daughter, played by Drew Barrymore.
All films start at 1 p.m. Call 202-698-6373 for more information.