Clay Theatre launches midnight movie series

The Clay Theatre’s midnight movie series returns tonight, screening a cool selection of cult, specialty and forgotten films, and running weekends through April 19. Here’s the lineup:

» “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” Feb. 23. The event features a live cast.

» “A Boy and His Dog,” Feb. 29-March 1. Director L.Q. Jones will appear in person both nights.

» “American Psycho,” March 7-8.

» “Leprechaun,” March 14-15. The Saturday screening will feature St. Patrick’s Day-appropriate drinks.

» “Lost Highway,” March 21-22. Screenwriter Barry Gifford appears at the Saturday screening.

» “Gimme Shelter,” April 4-5.

» “Scarface,” April 11-12.

» “Conan the Barbarian,” April 18-19.

The theater is at 2261 Fillmore St., San Francisco. Tickets are $8.50 to $10.50. Call (415) 346-1124 or visit www.landmarkafterdark.com.

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