Following up their wonderful series from Hong Kong’s Shaw Brothers, The Trylon moves into darker territory—both visually and emotionally—with a trio of black-and-white films from the legendary Japanese director Masaki Kobayashi. Things kick off with one of best ever films, the iconic period-drama Harakiri (1962), that follows a rōnin’s personal journey of honor and confrontation with other samurai. Tonight’s the last night to catch this one, but sure to plan ahead for the other two pictures in the seriesTuesday, 7 & 9:45 PM. $8.Curt Stanski

Trylon, 2820 E 33rd St , MPLS; trylon.org