Coolidge Corner Theatre

Coolidge Corner Theatre


Since 1933, the Coolidge Corner Theatre has been showing the best classic, foreign, indie, & midnight cult films.


Four from Hitchcock This July

Following May's multiple sold-out shows of Vertigo, we're bringing you screenings of four more of Alfred Hitchcock's finest works. Go on the run with Cary Grant across the country in North by Northwest, stay cooped up with James Stewart and Grace Kelly in Rear Window, hop aboard Strangers on a Train with Farley Granger and Robert Walker, and look to the skies for The Birds with Tippi Hedren. Tickets for all of these screenings are on sale now, so don't wait to get yours!

The Coolidge Announces Expansion Project

The Coolidge today announced The Campaign for the Coolidge, a $12.5 million expansion project that will add 14,000 square feet to the existing building, including two new, state-of-the-art theaters and a new Community Education and Engagement Center.

Recent reviews

Opened on Friday, July 30.

Opened on Friday, July 30.

Opened on Friday, July 23, and closed on Thursday, July 29.

Opened on Friday, July 23.

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Blue Velvet

Blue Velvet


Wasn't sure what to expect, but was thrilled at two hours of David Lynch showing Alfred Hitchcock's moldering corpse what real psychosexual suspense looks like. Wouldn't be surprised by a deleted scene where Frank Booth kills Norman Bates and eats his heart.

Saw this in the main moviehouse of the Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, the best movie theater on Earth. And to the many college kids who were clearly at this screening on a date: good fucking luck.

Army of Darkness kicked off my local theater's glorious return to midnight movie programming. The charms of this movie have grown on me over the years. When I first saw it as a teen I remember hating all the slapstick but as an older, wiser person I am like "this movie is full of talking skeletons, who cares." The pace of this thing and the amount of stuff it crams into 90 minutes have also aged much better in our…

Scott Pilgrim vs Long Island

The Brookline Fire Dept was called in mid showing because Alain Delon sun bathing in a cheetah print Speedo was too hot for the silver screen.