Laurelhurst Theater
Laurelhurst Theater and Pub
Special Events
10/10 - 10/15
» Friday The 13th
In 1957, at Camp Crystal Lake, a young boy named Jason Voorhees drowned. In 1958, two camp counselors were murdered. In 1962, fires and bad water thwarted the camp's reopening. Now, in 1979, Steve Christy finally reopens Camp Crystal Lake with the help of a few new counselors. Ignoring the warnings from a crazy old man, the murders start once again while a mysterious stalker prowls the area. Is it revenge that the killer is looking for? Who will survive the nightmare and live to tell the story? (1980)
Friday The 13th

10/16 - 10/29
» Grind This!
Grindhouse is like porno or film describes a possible attitude more aptly than, say, a category of genre. If anything, Grindhouse is a slightly evil or vandalish argument on behalf of many sub-genres which all prioritize exploitation, that is, movies that deliberately defile in order to entertain. The best of Grindhouse marks territory where violence, fantasy, sex, and the supernatural align in the aesthetic of the filmmaker. Actually, Grindhouse may be the most stylistic movement in cinema. By being outrageous, Grindhouse turns philosophical. Through depravity, it chooses humanity. For the sake of art, Grindhouse poses as trash. Drawing from the peculiar and commercially anarchistic decade of 1980 to 1990, the Laurelhurst Theater, Synapse Films, and Jacques Boyreau have curated GrindThis!, a trove of seven remastered Grindhouse classics...

Prom Night (1980)
10/16 & 10/23
Street Trash (1987)
10/17 & 10/24
Frankenhooker (1990)
10/18 & 10/25
Brain Damage (1988)
10/19 & 10/26
Thou Shalt Not Kill...Except (1985)
10/20 & 10/27
Demons 2 (1986)
10/21 & 10/28
Demons (1985)
10/22 & 10/29

Exact showtimes TBA so check back soon!

Sponsored by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company.
Grind This!

January is Comedy Month
February is Cult Favorites Month
March is Sci-Fi
April is Action Month
May is Classics Month
June is the 1960's Month
July is 1970's Month
August is the 1980's & 1990's Month
September is employees' picks Month
October is Fright Film Month
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December features Holiday films


A Laurelhurst Theater Gift card is a great gift for the movie enthusiast. Gift cards can be used for both admission movie tickets and concession items. Proceed to the secure check out and we will mail the gift card anywhere you would like.
  Laurelhurst Theater & Pub
  2735 East Burnside Street
  Portland, Oregon

  Movieline (503) 232-5511
  Office Number (503) 238-4088