“Tenet”
(PG-13, 150 min. Action, Espionage)
--Oct 23 to 28: Fri, Sat and Sun 3:45 and 7:00 pm; Mon and Tue 6:30; Wed 1:00 pm ($0.50 bonus length surcharge).

Armed with only one word, the Protagonist travels through a shady world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold beyond real time. Directed by Christopher Nolan (“The Dark Knight” Trilogy, “Inception” and “Dunkirk”).

“Emma.”
(PG, 124 min. (Comedy, Romance)
--Oct 25 to 29: Sun 1:15 pm; Mon 3:45 pm; Wed and Thu 6:30 pm.

“A charming tale about love, friendship and personal growth.”—PluggedIn.

--Medium Combo savings ($1.50) with your area library card. Meet the book classics after the movie.

“Monster House”
(PG, 90 min. Animation)
--Oct 24 & 27: Sat 1:30 pm; Tue 4:15 pm.
--Nov 4 & 5: Wed, Thu 4:15 pm.

It’s Alive! To unravel the mystery, they have to go inside…

--Dress in costume. Get a gift.

Get your free tickets at Vassar Theatre. Want them faster? Available online for $2.00 each.
“Goosebumps”
--“Goosebumps” (PG, 103 min. Adventure)
--Oct 28 & 29: Wed, Thu 4:15 pm.
--Nov 7: Sat 12:00 pm.
Horror author R. L. Stine's imaginary demons are accidentally set free from their books.

--“Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween” (PG, 90 min. Adventure, Spooks)
--Oct 31 & Nov 3: Sat 1:30 pm; Tue 4:15 pm.
--Nov 7: Sat 2:00 pm.
Another magical book by R.L. Stine is uncovered as two friends make Slappy the dummy come to life.

--Back-to-Back “Goosebumps”
– Nov 7: Double Feature
“Goosebumps” Sat 12:00 pm;
“Goosebumps 2” Sat 2:00 pm.

--Dress in costume. Receive a gift.

Get your free tickets at Vassar Theatre. Want them faster? Available online for $2.00 each.
Dear Guests and Moviegoers,
Looking for some scary-good family fun? Ready for exciting big-screen espionage-action? Do you fancy a classic comedy of romance?

You will find them all at Vassar Theatre this week...

After two weeks of feeling edgy and “Unhinged,” we think the air is ripe for romance. “Emma” is a refreshingly new take on Jane Austen’s classic comedy of love and other complications. Going back to the 1800s English countryside might just be what your heart needs.

The Protagonist of “Tenet” (John David, son of Denzel, Washington) and his team are manipulating time in order to prevent a future Armageddon. World War III is looming large in this “big, bold blast of blockbuster” (National Review).

Rounding out our variety programming, Vassar Theatre’s free family film series continues. In time for Halloween, all guests are encouraged to put on their costumes. In addition to watching three (not so) scary films in style, the best dress-ups are rewarded with a gift.

We look forward to seeing you and send best wishes.
Andreas, Susan and the VT Team
with Isabella, Jason, Joey, Jon, and our new trainee, Wesley.