Creative Cinemas 10117 Sharon RoadWaterbury, CT 06075
California Club 6850 Ives Dairy RD Miami, FL, 33179 Cinema 6 Movie Theater 9510 US 19 Port Richey, FL 34668
Ritz 114 S. Church Street Thomaston, GA 30286
Georgetown 14 Cinemas 3898 Lafayette Rd Indianapolis, IN, 46254
Cinema Saver19 Madison Ave Endicott, New York 13760
Kendig Square Movies 62600 Willow Street PikeWillow Street, PA. 17584 Colonial Park Cinemas 41 Colonial Park MallHarrisburg, PA. 17109 South York Cinemas 4217 Pauline DriveYork, Pennsylvania 17402
Watergardens Cinemas 6912 Garden Drive Pleasant Grove, UT 84062 Spanish 8 Cinemas 790 Expressway Lane Spanish Fork UT 84660
Washington State (Longview/Portland Area)
Kelso Theatre Pub 214 S Pacific AveKelso, WA 98626
WA (Bellevue - Seattle Area)
Lincoln Square Cinemas700 Bellevue Way NEBellevue, WA 98004
“The designs of the tripods and the aliens are much truer to the book than other versions...
The aliens are unsettling, with bright, evil eyes and writhing tentacles.” – Tristan Hiegler, PT Leader
“The film is fantastic!” - Colonel Kurtz
“An out-of-this-world flick” - Steven Rose, Jr, Sacramento Examiner
CINEMA 21 616 NW 21st Ave, Portland
THU JUNE 21, 7:00 PM
FRI JUNE 22, 9:55 PM
HOLLYWOOD THEATRE 4122 Saundy Boulevard, Portland
SAT JUNE 23, 4:30 PM
SUN JUNE 24, 3:00 PM
SUN JUNE 24, 5:00 PM
WAR OF THE WORLDS THE TRUE STORY
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT THEATRICAL RELEASE JUNE - JULY 2012
Landmark Theatre's HARVARD EXIT 807 East Roy at Harvard, Seattle
THUR JUNE 14, 8PM
MOUNT BAKER THEATRE 104 North Commercial Street, Bellingham
FRI JUNE 22, 8:00 PM
The Harvard Exit Theatre is the Landmark Theatres chain's finest Seattle Theatre at the North end of Broadway, at Harvard and Roy on Seattle's Capitol Hill.
Cinema 21 is a movie house treasure located on N.W. 21st Avenue in a thriving area of Northwest Portland, Oregon.
The beautiful, ornate Hollywood Theatre is a central historical point of the Hollywood District in northeast Portland, Oregon.
The Mount Baker Theatre in downtown Bellingham's Arts District is the largest performing arts facility of its kind north of Seattle. A beautifully restored 1927 architectural treasure, the theatre is listed on the register of National Historic Places.
THE CREST THEATRE 1013 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814
SAT JULY 7, 3:30 PM
The historic Crest Theatre in Sacramento California was created as a vaudeville house in 1913, then converted to a motion picture theater in the late 20s. After a closure in 1979, the theater reopened in 1985 featuring the MGM musical "Singin' in the Rain" which starred Donald O'Connor who was in attendance at the event. In 1995, a million dollar restoration brought the Crest, Sacramento's last picture palace back to its spectacular golden-age appearance. The elegant Crest boasts of a fabulous gold leaf art deco interior.
“Congratulations! The movie is great!” - Gary Pickrell
“I feel so blessed that I was able to be there for the Seattle opening of War of the Worlds the True Story - such a treat!”
- Kristen Van Bodegraven
“This movie takes you on a ride that you will not get anywhere on the big or small screen right now. If you have a chance to see it in a movie house near you do so. The storyline is compelling and draws you in as well with its news reel clips. I really enjoyed the movie and would enjoy seeing it again.” - Sean W Makiney
"Hines and Goforth achieve realism by using both special effects, including CGI, and old film footage" - Steven Rose, Jr, Sacramento Examiner
"The puppetry was done realistically to the point of suspended disbelief." - Steven Rose, Jr, Sacramento Examiner
“THANK YOU! Oh, that was astounding! I am blown away. You hit every note just right. Thank you so much for this experience.” – Tom Dorsey
"I just returned from viewing this film at Cinema 21 in Portland. Forget Tim's 2005 fiasco. This was a complete vindication. The story is told from the POV of the last living survivor, Bertie Wells, in a 1965 interview. Once you accept that premise, settle in for a fast moving pastiche of stock footage images blended with re-creations, ala the History Channel, with images of the Martian machines woven, fairly believably, into the ancient film. The SFX are very well done; not standing out like a sore thumb especially as the Martian machines make their march burning everything in their path. The dialogue of "Bertie" are the exact words written by Wells in his novel and the actor brings a sense of authority and gravitas to his role. Yes, there are some niggling little things that history buffs and film nerds will be quick to latch onto (I saw Shirley Temple in one scene). But, that can be a source of fun when the Blue-Ray comes out. If you love the source material as much as I do, WotW:TTS is an excellent tribute to H.G. Wells novel and I recommend that it be seen when it gets to your town."
- Jim Colvill, Portland Science Fiction Society.
“Great film!” - Curt Jarl
“There are standout set pieces, like the last stand of the ironclad ship Thunder Child against a group of tripods.”
– Tristan Hiegler, PT Leader
War of the Worlds The True Story - 2013 Oscar® Contender at the
Boston Science Fiction Film Festival Feb 8-18 2013