Ay, why not? Grace is grace, despite of all controversy: as, for example, thou thyself art a wicked villain.

Our stock and store moved to 1830 N. Milwaukee Ave.

But our Facebook is in the same place. <3

Beautiful articles were written at chicagoist and The Chicago Tribune during our fundrasing campaign. We thank everyone for supporting the store. Come see us in the new space soon!

Certainly, the new physical space is an improvement, and we are busy refining it, though we are primarily interested in opening new mental spaces through movies. As always, we strive to help you find the right ones.

Mavericks of the Day
Sun Jul 24 2016

We're breaking our backs bringing out directors from the wall of the mavericks.

Spheeris, Penelope

  • Boys Next Door, The
  • Decline of Western Civilization
  • Decline of Western Civilization 2: The Metal Years
  • Decline of Western Civilization: Part 3
  • Emerald Cities
  • Hollywood Vice Squad
  • Suburbia
  • Wayne's World

Carpenter, John

  • Assault on Precinct 13
  • Big Trouble in Little China
  • Christine
  • Dark Star
  • Elvis (John Carpenter - 1979)
  • Escape From L.A.
  • Escape From New York
  • Fog, The
  • Ghosts of Mars
  • Halloween
  • In the Mouth of Madness
  • Memories of an Invisible Man
  • Prince of Darkness
  • Prince of Darkness (Blu-ray)
  • Pro-Life
  • Someone's Watching Me
  • Starman
  • They Live
  • They Live (Blu-Ray)
  • Thing, The
  • Vampires
  • Village of the Damned
  • Ward, The

McBride, Jim

  • Big Easy, The
  • Breathless
  • David Holzman's Diary
  • Glen and Randa
  • Great Balls of Fire
  • My Girlfriend's Wedding / Pictures From Life's Other Side
  • Uncovered

Miller, Goerge / Dante, Joe / Spielberg, Steven / Landis, John

  • Twilight Zone: The Movie

Merch on/off apparel

New Items


With hot coffee-


Under your vest-

"You shouldn't let your manners slip, you're too precious."


Forest Whitaker's war memorabilia! We're hep.

Oldies But Goodies


Strangers will complement your "Bron" shirt. It's uncanny. Not all of us remember, the decay and everyday street crime of the 1970s, but we love Charles Bronson's response to it, just the same.


Here, Brian channels the horror of bombs in a Vietnamese forest. At on/off apparel, William Dafoe himself models the "Foe" shirt.