Let's be honest – February got the short end of the stick as far as months go. Nestled smack dab in the middle of winter, it's a point in time where the snow and ice has lost its charm, but spring is nowhere near close. Lose yourself in film this month and forget about what it's like outside.
Welp, it's 2014, which means the New Year's resolutions season has officially begun or ending, depending on your dedication. While filling your ever-increasing list of goals with items such as eating more salads and setting up a budget are all fine and dandy, why not add a little spice to the mix?
Take a break from the holiday stress and treat yourself to one of December's film offerings. Whether you are getting reacquainted with Mr. Ron Burgundy or checking in with those Hobbits with the gross feet, this month's lineup is eclectic, to say the least.
Well, it's officially December, which means the holidays are in full swing. Of course, after your 20th cup of eggnog and the umpteenth rendition of "Frosty the Snowman," a break from festivities may be necessary to keep from becoming a total Scrooge. Perhaps a trip to the theater would do the trick?
With a Michigan winter inevitably comes freezing temperatures, blizzards and lots of gloomy days, leading many Michiganders to opt to stay inside. But being cooped up at home induces cabin fever and plunging temperatures leaves outdoor activities less than desirable. What other options do you have? For many residents, the answer is simple – go see a movie.
With Thanksgiving imminent in the near future, households all over America are busy stocking up on canned cranberries, green bean salad, turkeys and a plethora of other delectable foods for their Thanksgiving smorgasbord.
But before you too get wrapped up preparing for the meal-to-end-all-meals, why not take a break and check out some of November's indie-film festivities?
With Halloween fast approaching, what better movie to see than Carrie, a modern spin on a classic horror flick? This month has a little bit of everything, from old men behaving badly to the gorgeous George Clooney and Sandra Bullock floating out in space. Sexy.
October is the perfect time of year to sip hot cider and go on a nice, relaxing hay ride to view an early sunset. Or if you're like us, it's the perfect time to binge on horror movies. Sure, this gory pastime is not for everyone, but if decapitation and projectile vomit is your idea of entertainment, then sit back, pour a generous dose of rum in that cider, and check out these chilling events.
Celebration! Cinema North has teamed up with the East Lansing Film Society to feature a new series highlighting independent films. The first installment of the aptly titled Indie Film Series begins Sept. 6.
A look at the movies set to hit the silver screen in September of 2013. Some titles include Riddick, Battle of the Year, Insidious 2, The Family and Runner Runner.
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