Tuesday, May 21

Hayworth Theater incorporated many local businesses for their screening of “¡Three Amigos!” such as mariachi performers from La Fonda, one of the oldest mariachi dinner-theater venues in the world. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

After Dark: Tamales, live music set ambiance for ‘¡Three Amigos!’ screening

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offer late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: Hayworth Theater incorporated many local businesses for their screening of “¡Three Amigos!” such as mariachi performers from La Fonda, one of the oldest mariachi dinner-theater venues in the world. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Hayworth Theater incorporated many local businesses for their screening of “¡Three Amigos!” such as mariachi performers from La Fonda, one of the oldest mariachi dinner-theater venues in the world. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood decked out their rooftop screening of Tim Burton’s 1988 cult classic “Beetlejuice” with spooky Halloween decor, such as spiderwebs, orange light and a fake dead body. 
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin senior staff)

After Dark: ‘Beetlejuice’ screening has garish gags, invites outlandish outfits

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offers late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood decked out their rooftop screening of Tim Burton’s 1988 cult classic “Beetlejuice” with spooky Halloween decor, such as spiderwebs, orange light and a fake dead body. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood decked out their rooftop screening of Tim Burton’s 1988 cult classic “Beetlejuice” with spooky Halloween decor, such as spiderwebs, orange light and a fake dead body. 
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Columnist Nina Young explored the relationship between fashion and film at the Getty Center, which screened the 1978 cult thriller "The Eyes of Laura Mars" alongside a recent exhibition on fashion photography. (Daily Bruin file photo)

After Dark: ‘The Eyes of Laura Mars’ amuses audience, critiques fashion industry

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offers late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: Columnist Nina Young explored the relationship between fashion and film at the Getty Center, which screened the 1978 cult thriller "The Eyes of Laura Mars" alongside a recent exhibition on fashion photography. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Columnist Nina Young explored the relationship between fashion and film at the Getty Center, which screened the 1978 cult thriller "The Eyes of Laura Mars" alongside a recent exhibition on fashion photography. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Rooftop Cinema Club screened “The Sandlot” at their downtown location for the second time in the past few months, in their attempt to appeal to millennial audiences. To emphasize the childlike nature of the film, the venue provided oversized versions of children’s games, such as Jenga and Connect Four.
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

After Dark: Rooftop screening of ‘The Sandlot’ hits home with nostalgia

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offers late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: The Rooftop Cinema Club screened “The Sandlot” at their downtown location for the second time in the past few months, in their attempt to appeal to millennial audiences. To emphasize the childlike nature of the film, the venue provided oversized versions of children’s games, such as Jenga and Connect Four. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

The Rooftop Cinema Club screened “The Sandlot” at their downtown location for the second time in the past few months, in their attempt to appeal to millennial audiences. To emphasize the childlike nature of the film, the venue provided oversized versions of children’s games, such as Jenga and Connect Four.
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin)


Columnist Nina Young attended the screening of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" at the Nuart Theatre, about 2 miles from UCLA. Young interacted with other moviegoers, learning two cult screening rules in the process. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

After Dark: Horror fans’ nightmares come true with cult classic screening at Nuart Theatre

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offers late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: Columnist Nina Young attended the screening of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" at the Nuart Theatre, about 2 miles from UCLA. Young interacted with other moviegoers, learning two cult screening rules in the process. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

Columnist Nina Young attended the screening of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" at the Nuart Theatre, about 2 miles from UCLA. Young interacted with other moviegoers, learning two cult screening rules in the process. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

Alumna Rebecca Guzzi works as an assistant costume designer for “American Horror Story: Apocalypse.” To emphasize the apocalyptic and horrific nature of the current season, Guzzi alters Victorian and vintage clothing to be specific to each character. 
(Courtesy of Rebecca Carr)

Alumna uses costume design to craft characters’ auras in ‘American Horror Story’

Alumna Rebecca Guzzi spends her days aging T-shirts, dyeing costumes and searching for vintage Victorian-looking attire. Guzzi’s ventures are part of her role as assistant costume designer for “American Horror Story: Apocalypse,” which premiered Sept. Read more...

Photo: Alumna Rebecca Guzzi works as an assistant costume designer for “American Horror Story: Apocalypse.” To emphasize the apocalyptic and horrific nature of the current season, Guzzi alters Victorian and vintage clothing to be specific to each character. (Courtesy of Rebecca Carr)

Alumna Rebecca Guzzi works as an assistant costume designer for “American Horror Story: Apocalypse.” To emphasize the apocalyptic and horrific nature of the current season, Guzzi alters Victorian and vintage clothing to be specific to each character. 
(Courtesy of Rebecca Carr)