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New Alternative Content Presentations Announced

Published On: Thursday, September 06, 2012

Marcus Theatres has partnered with various national digital broadcast networks to provide alternate programming, such as performances, music events and other entertainment to its moviegoers throughout the Midwest.  Included are the upcoming events for fall 2012. For more details on specific showings, please visit the Marcus Theatres website at www.marcustheatres.com.

Glenn Beck’s Unelectable II Live

Thursday, September 20: Glenn Beck’s Unelectable II Live. Glenn Beck returns to the big screen to square off in a comedic debate against Brian Sack, host of The B.S. of A, a sketch comedy show airing on Glenn’s online TV network. The B.S. of A writers/performers Jack Helmuth and Matt Fisher will moderate the debate, which is sure to include everything fans have come to love about Glenn Beck – honesty, enlightenment and lots of comedy. Glenn tells it like it is, using the debate setting to let everyone know what’s coming in his biting, shoot from the hip commentary. In addition to comedy, Glenn will use the opportunity to inspire and educate the audience on topics that he is passionate about.

7:00 p.m. CT/8:00 p.m. ET. Treat as PG-13. Admission: $20.00.

Locations showing Glenn Beck’s Unelectable II Live:

Illinois: Addison Cinema, Addison; Gurnee Cinema, Gurnee; Elgin Cinema, Elgin and Orland Park Cinema, Orland Park

Iowa: College Square Cinema, Cedar Falls and Sycamore Cinema, Iowa City

Minnesota: Duluth Cinema, Duluth; Elk River Cinema, Elk River; Lakes Cinema, Hermantown; Oakdale Cinema, Oakdale and Parkwood Cinema, Waite Park

Nebraska: Lincoln Grand Cinema, Lincoln; Midtown Cinema, Omaha; South Pointe Cinema, Lincoln; Twin Creek Cinema, Bellevue and Village Pointe Cinema, Omaha

North Dakota: Century Cinema, Fargo and West Acres Cinema, Fargo

Ohio: Crosswoods Cinema, Columbus and Pickerington Cinema, Pickerington

Wisconsin: Appleton East Cinema, Appleton; Bay Park Cinema, Ashwaubenon; Cedar Creek Cinema, Rothschild; Eastgate Cinema, Madison; Hillside Cinema, Delafield; LaCrosse Cinema, LaCrosse; Majestic Cinema, Brookfield; Menomonee Falls Cinema, Menomonee Falls; North Shore Cinema, Mequon; Oshkosh Cinema, Oshkosh; Point Cinema, Madison; Renaissance Cinema, Sturtevant; Saukville Cinema, Saukville; Sheboygan Cinema, Sheboygan and South Shore Cinema, Oak Creek

 

Glenn Beck’s Unelectable II Live (encore)

Tuesday, September 25: Glenn Beck’s Unelectable II Encore: 7:30 p.m. Local Time.  Admission: $20

Locations showing Glenn Beck’s Unelectable II Encore:

Illinois: Addison Cinema, Addison; Gurnee Cinema, Gurnee; Elgin Cinema, Elgin and Orland Park Cinema, Orland Park

Iowa: College Square Cinema, Cedar Falls and Sycamore Cinema, Iowa City

Minnesota: Elk River Cinema, Elk River; Lakes Cinema, Hermantown; Oakdale Cinema, Oakdale and Parkwood Cinema, Waite Park

Nebraska: Lincoln Grand Cinema, Lincoln; Twin Creek Cinema, Bellevue and Village Pointe Cinema, Omaha

North Dakota: West Acres Cinema, Fargo

Ohio: Crosswoods Cinema, Columbus and Pickerington Cinema, Pickerington

Wisconsin: Appleton East Cinema, Appleton; Bay Park Cinema, Ashwaubenon; Cedar Creek Cinema, Rothschild; Eastgate Cinema, Madison; Hillside Cinema, Delafield; LaCrosse Cinema, LaCrosse; Menomonee Falls Cinema, Menomonee Falls; Oshkosh Cinema, Oshkosh; Point Cinema, Madison; Renaissance Cinema, Sturtevant; Saukville Cinema, Saukville; Sheboygan Cinema, Sheboygan and South Shore Cinema, Oak Creek

 

Queen – Hungarian Rhapsody: Live in Budapest ‘86

Thursday, September 20: Queen – Hungarian Rhapsody: Live in Budapest ‘86. Calling all Queen fans: Now’s your chance to take a look behind the

scenes of their momentous Budapest concert. Three years before the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Queen concert was a groundbreaking achievement as the first Western rock concert performed behind the Iron Curtain. Never before seen footage of the band and the events leading up to the concert are presented in a 25 minute documentary just before the main act. Remastered in high definition and 5.1 surround sound, the film will take you back into the crowd of 80,000 ecstatic fans listening to hits such as “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “We are the Champions.” This fascinating feature film is a must-see for any Queen fan!

7:30 p.m. Local Time.

Treat as PG.

Admission: $12.50.

Locations showing Queen – Hungarian Rhapsody: Live in Budapest ’86:

Illinois: Addison Cinema, Addison; Gurnee Cinema, Gurnee; Elgin Cinema, Elgin and Orland Park Cinema, Orland Park

Iowa: College Square Cinema, Cedar Falls and Sycamore Cinema, Iowa City

Minnesota: Duluth Cinema, Duluth; Oakdale Cinema, Oakdale and Parkwood Cinema, Waite Park

Nebraska: Midtown Cinema, Omaha; South Pointe Cinema, Lincoln and Village Pointe Cinema, Omaha

North Dakota: Century Cinema, Fargo

Ohio: Crosswoods Cinema, Columbus and Pickerington Cinema, Pickerington

Wisconsin: Appleton East Cinema, Appleton; Bay Park Cinema, Ashwaubenon; Eastgate Cinema, Madison; LaCrosse Cinema, LaCrosse; Majestic Cinema, Brookfield; Menomonee Falls Cinema, Menomonee Falls; North Shore Cinema, Mequon; Oshkosh Cinema, Oshkosh; Point Cinema, Madison; Renaissance Cinema, Sturtevant; Sheboygan Cinema, Sheboygan and South Shore Cinema, Oak Creek

 

15th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival

Wednesday, October 3 and Thursday, October 4: 15th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival. As the world’s first global film festival, Manhattan Short creates an experience unlike any other. Join upwards of 100,000 film lovers in over 250 cities, spanning six continents to view and vote on some of today’s most creative short films. A total of ten films have been selected as finalists from the over 500 entries received. After the screening, audience members will be able to vote on which film they think should win the title of “Best Manhattan Short.” The winner will be announced on Sunday, October 7. Past winners have been nominated for Oscars, and many of the filmmakers have made their way into the feature film industry.

7:00 p.m. Local Time.

Treat as R.

Admission: Regular Evening Admission Price.

Locations showing the 15th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival:

Illinois: Orland Park Cinema, Orland Park

Iowa: Sycamore Cinema, Iowa City

Nebraska: Lincoln Grand Cinema, Lincoln

North Dakota: West Acres Cinema, Fargo

Ohio: Crosswoods Cinema, Columbus

Wisconsin: Point Cinema, Madison and Ridge Cinema, New Berlin

 

RiffTrax Live: Birdemic

Thursday, October 25: RiffTrax Live: Birdemic. Just in time for Halloween, the stars of RiffTrax Live are coming to theatres nationwide for a hilarious new riffing of the spine-tingling “thriller” Birdemic. Watch as Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of RiffTrax.com fire their wisecracking commentary at the so-bad-it’s-good film on the big screen. Follow the story as a young software engineer, Rod, and his high school classmate Nathalie fight off killer exploding birds with their wits and…coat hangers. Yes, coat hangers. Paired with the commentary of the RiffTrax stars, Birdemic is a special film experience unlike anything you’ve ever seen.

7:00 p.m. CT/8:00 p.m. ET.

Treat as PG-13.

Admission: $12.50.                 

Locations showing RiffTrax Live: Birdemic:

Illinois: Gurnee Cinema, Gurnee and Orland Park Cinema, Orland Park

Iowa: College Square Cinema, Cedar Falls and Sycamore Cinema, Iowa City

Minnesota: Lakes Cinema, Hermantown; Oakdale Cinema, Oakdale and Parkwood Cinema, Waite Park

Nebraska: Lincoln Grand Cinema, Lincoln; Midtown Cinema, Omaha and Village Pointe Cinema, Omaha

North Dakota: Century Cinema, Fargo

Ohio: Crosswoods Cinema, Columbus and Pickerington Cinema, Pickerington

Wisconsin: Appleton East Cinema, Appleton; Bay Park Cinema, Ashwaubenon; Eastgate Cinema, Madison; LaCrosse Cinema, LaCrosse; Majestic Cinema, Brookfield; Menomonee Falls Cinema, Menomonee Falls; Point Cinema, Madison; Ridge Cinema, New Berlin and South Shore Cinema, Oak Creek

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