Play Dates


June 21        Vancouver, BC        RIO THEATRE

June 21 – 25        Columbus, OH        GATEWAY FILM CENTER

June 23 – 27        Somerville, MA        SOMERVILLE THEATRE

June 23 – 29        Tucson, AZ        THE LOFT CINEMA

July 7 – 13        New York, NY        IFC CENTER

July 7 – 13        Kansas City, MO        SCREENLAND ARMOUR

July 14 – 16        Portland, OR        HOLLYWOOD THEATRE

July 14 – 17        Hamilton, ON        PLAYHOUSE CINEMA

July 14 – 20        Williamstown, MA        IMAGES CINEMA

July 20 – 22        Waterloo, ON        PRINCESS CINEMA

July 29        Billings, MT        BABCOCK THEATRE

July 29 & August 2        Cary, NC        CARY THEATER

August 4 – 5        Cleveland, OH        CLEVELAND CINEMATHEQUE

August 11 – 12        Tulsa, OK        CIRCLE CINEMA

The Wicker Man Play Dates

Poster by Laurent Durieux


United Kingdom, 1973
Director: Robin Hardy
Producer: Peter Snell
Cast: Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee, Britt Ekland
Screenwriter: Anthony Shaffer
Cinematography: Harry Waxman
Music: Paul Giovanni
Genre: Horror
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Language: English
Running Time: 94 minutes

After receiving an anonymous letter about a missing 12-year-old girl, devoutly Christian Police Sergeant Neil Howie (Edward Woodward) travels by seaplane to a remote Scottish island to investigate. But the islanders welcome neither his badge nor religious devotion, for Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee) and his devoted followers worship only the pagan gods of old - and those gods demand a sacrifice. Howie fears for the missing girl's life and follows every possible lead to find her - despite the islanders' interference - before she becomes a human sacrificial lamb.

Restored in 4K by Studiocanal at Silver Salt Restoration UK from the original 35mm negative

Reviews and Quotes 2

— David Fear, Time Out New York

"Brilliant writing...assured direction...The Wicker Man continues to stand tall as one of the genre's greatest exercises!"
— Tony Timpone, Fangoria

— Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times

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