The Castro Theatre

21 Mar 2017

We wanna send you and a friend to OPENING NIGHT of the 10th annual Disposable Film Festival!

Selected by Moviemaker Magazine as one of “The World’s Coolest Film Festivals,” Disposable Film Festival cultivates, fosters, and supports the greatest film culture in history, which came about through the democratization of media and the power of storytelling. Everyone has a camera now, so everyone has a chance to make a great film. Or several.

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05 Jul 2016

We wanna send you to Peaches Christ’s ‘She-Devil’

  Peaches Christ stars in a drag rendition of the 80’s American Black Comedy, She-Devil. This was Roseanne Barr’s film debut, as she shared the screen with legend and beauty Meryl Streep. With a thumbs-up from Barr herself, you’re getting an all-new, all-drag pre-show parody the insolent and infernal likes of

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.

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06 Jul 2012

Win Tix to See Chuck Palahniuk or Michael Ian Black & Megan McCain Plus Discount Codes!

Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, do I have some good giveaways for you today! I’m giving away a pair of tickets to two awesome events…

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14 Nov 2009

James Franco + Art + Two movies for the price of one = FUN

I don’t know about you bitches but I like fun, and tomorrow there is a mathematical certainty of fun happening at the Castro Theater (isn’t there always?!). The artist Carter has teamed up with Hotty McHotterson James Franco and made an aptly title film Erased James Franco. The movie is

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28 Apr 2009

Three Stooges Mini Marathon Tonight!

As always, my main man Johnny Funcheap has the scoop on a killer event.  The Castro Theatre recently started doing “Five Buck Tuesdays” which is where (you guessed it) you get to see classic films for $5.  All day long, a seat in San Francisco’s most beautiful and historic movie

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23 Apr 2009

Benjamin Bratt finally does something well — “La Mission” premieres tonight at the Castro Theatre

  The San Francisco International Film Festival is one of the city’s great claims to fame. Known as the first of its kind in the nation, many films from overseas get their first premiere on our shores. Pretty exciting shit, since we are the first to see some fairly amazing films before

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