Coming to San Francisco Theatres Starting Friday, August 31st

A blind Author, a phantom killer, phone sex operators, a dog-dancing uncle, a religious grandfather, a possessed daughter, a chronic sleepwalker, and Goobie, Zoozie and Toofie – whoever, or whatever they are.  What do all these people have in common?  They’re all featured in new films opening this week in San Francisco theatres.  To see the full list of films, trailers, and where they’re playing, follow the jump

Blind Revenge (Opera Plaza Cinemas)

A blind author finds himself entangled in thrilling situations

The Bullet Vanishes (AMC Metreon)

When a young girl at a bullet factory dies under mysterious circumstances, two detectives must investigate the reasons for her death — and the strange occurrences that follow — as they themselves become the target of the phantom killer.

Doggie Boogie (Opera Plaza Cinema)

A devoted Bichon pup helps his teenage owner and her dog-dancing uncle unleash their potential.

For A Good Time, Call… (Century San Francisco)

Former college frenemies Lauren and Katie move into a fabulous Gramercy Park apartment, and in order to make ends meet, the unlikely pair start a phone sex line together.

Little White Lies (Bridge Theatre)

A near-fatal accident leaves one friend in the hospital while the rest go on their annual vacation. But their secrets and personal grief threaten to drive them apart.

Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure (AMC Metreon)

The Oogieloves — Goobie, Zoozie and Toofie — set out to find five magical balloons that will make their good friend Schluufy’s surprise birthday party extra-special.

The Possession (AMC Van Ness/AMC Metreon)

A young girl buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that inside the collectible lives a malicious ancient spirit. The girl’s father teams with his ex-wife to find a way to end the curse upon their child.

Red Hook Summer (AMC Metreon)

A middle-class boy from Atlanta finds his worldview changed as he spends the summer with his deeply religious grandfather in the housing projects of Red Hook, Brooklyn.

Sleepwalk With Me (Embarcadero Center Cinema)

A burgeoning stand-up comedian struggles with the stress of a stalled career, a stale relationship, and the wild spurts of severe sleepwalking he is desperate to ignore.

A Stitch in Time (Opera Plaza Cinemas)

An accident in the butcher’s shop leads Norman and Mr Grimsdale to the hospital where, after causing the normal amount of chaos, Norman finds Lindy, a little girl who hasn’t spoken or smiled since her parents were killed in an aeroplane accident. Norman decides to help. – Steve Crook









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