$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 60+


 Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

Friday & Sunday Only!, September 4 & 6
Starring Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates & Hoyt Axton 

Enjoy on of the all time horror/comedy classics, back on our giant 25' screen in 45 speaker surround-sound!

A boy inadvertently breaks three important rules concerning his new pet and unleashes a horde of malevolently mischievous monsters on a small town.

When the movie was made there was no CGI so all of the Gremlins were animatronics, each costing between thirty and forty thousand dollars. When everyone left the lot for the day, security would have everyone open the trunks of their cars to make sure they weren't stolen.

The set for Kingston Falls is the same one used for Back to the Future (1985). Both movies were filmed on the Universal Studios backlot.

Near the beginning, as Randall Peltzer (Hoyt Axton) makes his way to the curio shop in Chinatown, a wrecked car is seen with the hood up and smoke coming out of it. That car is an AMC Gremlin. In real life, the AMC Gremlin logo (located on the gas cap) bore a striking resemblance to the Gremlins featured in this movie, except for a more grotesque, reptilian appearance.

This movie and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) are credited with inspiring the MPAA to create the PG-13 rating. Many felt the movies were too violent for a PG rating, but not violent enough for an R.

In Cantonese, "mogwai" means "devil," "demon," or "gremlin." The Mandarin pronunciation is "mogui."

The Gizmo puppets were particularly frustrating because they were smaller, and thus broke down more. Consequently, to satisfy the crew, a scene was included in which the gremlins hang Gizmo on a wall and throw darts at him. This was included on a list that the crew created known to them as the "Horrible things to do to Gizmo" list.

Friday, September 4   7:30pm
Sunday, September 6    4:00pm

1984 | Rated PG | Runtime 1 hours 46 mins.