SCary, NC – An October tradition at the Cary Theater is to show horror movies and this year, see a number of classic horror-themed comedies, as well as documentaries and live musical performances. Read more
Cary, NC – When mental healthcare gets discussed, it is often about funding for health services or the way people with mental illness are perceived by society. But a new documentary by local filmmakers looks at what happens with patients themselves, screening their documentary at the Cary Theater and taking questions from the audience. Read more
Cary, NC – One of the largest black market industries is poaching, particularly in East Africa. One Cary documentarian is traveling with a group of fellow American veterans as he documents them working with rangers to prevent more poaching of endangered animals. Read more
Cary, NC – Along with musicians and documentaries, the Cary Theater is bringing classic films for July, from America and Japan. Read more
Cary, NC – The Cary Theater is kicking off Summer with some new independent and foreign movies, intriguing documentaries, live performances and some classic films as well. Read more
Cary, NC – Baywatch is a comedic adaptation of the wildly popular 90s TV show starring David Hasseloff and Pamela Anderson. While stars Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron do their best with what they have, the movie struggles to find a groove and never quite produces the laughs it’s going for. Read more
Cary, NC – Alien: Covenant is the follow-up to Prometheus, itself a prequel to 1979’s classic horror film, Alien, all helmed by director Ridley Scott. Covenant is mostly successful as a straight thriller, but struggles a bit as it tries to ask big questions about humanity and its creator, though it does gets an A for effort.