“Where the dreams of childhood hold no promise of a happy ending . . . ” The Psychotrons got their claws on a 35mm copy of the 1984 Gothic black fairy tale The Company of Wolves, a cult classic that sort of mixes the puppetry of Labyrinth and the gory transformations of An American Werewolf in London. Yes, incredible. It’s not only masterfully executed thanks to the direction of Neil Jordan (The Crying Game, Michael Collins, even Interview with a Vampire), but the story also showcases writer Angela Carter’s somewhat pioneering protagonist Rosaleen. Thursday, 7 & 9 PM. $10.Curt Stanski

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