alibi online
Free Will AstrologyAlibi's Personals
 V.21 No.19 | May 10 - 16, 2012 

Reel World

Monster Mash

Downtown Albuquerque’s historic KiMo Theatre is looking increasingly committed to classic silver screen entertainment. Starting this weekend, KiMo begins its new Friday Fright Night series. Every Friday in May, there will be a screening of a horror classic, freshly unearthed from the vaults of Universal Studios. The scares start with James Whale’s 1931 version of Frankenstein. Boris Karloff stars in the role that launched a thousand nightmares. On May 18, it’s 1933’s The Invisible Man starring Claude Raines. On May 25, we get Bela Lugosi vamping it up in 1931’s Dracula. Tickets are $7 general admission, or $5 students and seniors. You even get free popcorn with your ticket! All films start at 8 p.m.


Speaking of KiMo, the New Mexico Centennial Film Series continues there on Wednesday, May 16, with a free screening of 1959 version of Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth. James Mason, Pat Boone and Arlene Dahl star in this family adventure about a Scottish professor and his colleagues discovering a passageway to the Earth’s primeval interior. The “center of the Earth” scenes were filmed at Carlsbad Caverns in Southern New Mexico, giving it that special “centennial” connection. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The film starts at 7 p.m.

Santa Fe Seeks Subs

The 13th annual Santa Fe Film Festival is moving back to December. The four-day fest will hit Dec. 6 through 9. If you’re a filmmaker interested in getting your work in this year’s fest, the regular deadline for submission is Friday, May 11. Entry for features will run you $65. Shorts will cost $50. You’ve got at least one more chance to submit in July, but prices will rise the longer you wait. If you’re a New Mexico filmmaker, however, special discounts apply throughout the submission cycle. To send your film in go to


Tomorrow's Events

Better Call Saul Watch Party at Tractor Brewing Wells Park


Enjoy the Breaking Bad spin-off and live painting by Cloud Face followed by an auction.


Trash at National Hispanic Cultural Center


Trolleywood at Albuquerque Museum of Art and History

More Recommended Events ››

  • Select sidebar boxes to add below. You can also click and drag to rearrange the boxes; close using the little X icons on each box. To re-add a box you closed, return to this menu.
  • Because you are not logged in, any changes you make to these boxes will vanish as soon as you click to another page. If you log in, the boxes will stick.
  • Latest Posts
  • Web Exclusives
  • Recent Classifieds
  • Latest User Posts
  • Most Active Users
  • Most Active Stories
  • Calendar Comments
  • Upcoming Alibi Picks
  • Albuquerque
  • Duke City Fix
  • Albuquerque Beer Scene
  • What's Wrong With This Picture?
  • Reddit Albuquerque
  • ABQ Journal Metro
  • ABQrising
  • ABQ Journal Latest News
  • Albuquerque
  • NM and the West
  • New Mexico FBIHOP
  • Democracy for New Mexico
  • Only in New Mexico
  • Mario Burgos
  • Democracy for New Mexico
  • High Country News
  • El Grito
  • NM Politics with Joe Monahan
  • Stephen W. Terrell's Web Log
  • The Net Is Vast and Infinite
  • Slashdot
  • Freedom to Tinker
  • Is there a feed that should be on this list? Tell us about it.