"The Blair Witch Project," the low-budget, box-office sensation of 1999, celebrates its 10th anniversary tonight at the American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theatre.
Heather Donahue, Joshua Leonard and Michael C. Williams star in the pseudo-documentary-style chiller about three college students who venture into the woods outside Burkittsville, Md., to chronicle the forest's Blair Witch legend. After the screening, there will be a discussion with directors Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick, producers Gregg Hale, Mike Monello and Robin Cowie, star Donahue and other cast members.
On Sunday, the Egyptian will explore the final frontier with a 25th anniversary screening of "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock," which marked the directorial debut of Leonard Nimoy. It is paired with the final entry with the original "Trek" cast, 1991's "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country."
If you're craving a little medieval torture, check out Ken Russell's highly controversial and then-X-rated 1971 "The Devils," starring Oliver Reed as a priest and Vanessa Redgrave as a hunchbacked nun. It screens Wednesday at the Egyptian with Lucio Fucli's 1969 "Beatrice Cenci."