The Beverly Theater Unleashes Monster Mondays, Timeless Classics and New Titles in July


The Beverly Theater Unleashes Monster Mondays, Timeless Cinema Classics, Sizzling Summer Cinema, and Must-See New Titles including “Past Lives” and “Persian Lessons”

Las Vegas’ only indie film house, storytelling arena, and live music scene presents Monster Mondays Punch Card Promotion, Cinema Classics, New Releases, Summer Favorites, and More in July

It’s time to indulge in the ultimate summer movie experience at The Beverly Theater. July is a cinephile’s paradise, offering an enticing mix of monster movies, summer blockbusters, new releases, nostalgic favorites, and timeless classics. With a curated lineup of unforgettable cinematic adventures, don’t miss out on the movie magic. For a complete list of titles, showtimes, events, and ticket purchases, visit the website at

Monster Mondays in July – See All Four Get Movie Tickets Free

Become a ghoul in good standing with Monster Mondays in July at The Beverly Theater. Beginning Monday, July 10 with “Invasion of Astro Monster,” pick up your punch card and get it punched weekly while enjoying a ghoulish good time. See all four and get free movie tickets every Monday in August.

Monday, July 10 “Invasion of Astro Monster” (1965)

Monday, July 17 “Alien” (1979)

Monday, July 24 “The Babadook” (2014)

Monday, July 31 “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006)


Cinema Classics – “Midnight Cowboy”

Convinced of his irresistible appeal to women, Texas dishwasher Joe Buck (Jon Voight) quits his job and heads for New York City, thinking he’ll latch on to some rich dowager. New York, however, is not as hospitable as he imagined, and Joe soon finds himself living in an abandoned building with a Dickensian layabout named Enrico “Ratso” Rizzo (Dustin Hoffman). The two form a rough alliance, and together they kick-start Joe’s hustling career just as Ratso’s health begins to deteriorate. Incredibly controversial upon its release, it was rated X and the filmmakers refused to make edits to change its rating – it went on to win Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Writing (by Waldo Salt). Not as shocking today but still as poetic and powerful.

Also see the new documentary about the film and its times, playing at The Beverly: Desperate Souls, Dark City and the Legend of Midnight Cowboy.

July 6 – 11 “Midnight Cowboy”

July 6 – 13 “Desperate Souls, Dark City and the Legend of Midnight Cowboy”

Summer Cinema – Sizzling on Screen

Although the sunny summer weather may last only a few months, summer cinema lasts forever. Whether looking for an old favorite comedy, drama, or one of the top summer movies of all time, The Beverly Theater makes summer movies sizzle.

July 12 “Do The Right Thing”

July 13 – 14 “Jaws” (Just in time for Shark Week – See the movie that started it all.)

July 13 “Dazed and Confused”

July 19 “Three Amigos”

July 20 “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”







New Titles Make a Run at The Beverly Theater

The movie that started it all when it was screened during the grand opening of The Beverly Theater, “Past Lives” is a Korean romance film created by writer-director Celine Song, starring Greta Lee and Teo Yoo. Widely lauded as one of the best films of the year, the indie film is produced by Killer Films and A24 Films and centers on Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, who are wrested apart after Nora’s family emigrated from South Korea. Two decades later, they are reunited in New York for one fateful week as they confront notions of destiny, love, and the choices that make a life.

July 14-20 “Past Lives”

Directed by Vadim Perelman, “Persian Lessons” is set in occupied France, 1942. Gilles (Nahuel Pérez Biscayart) is arrested by SS soldiers alongside other Jews and sent to a camp in Germany. En route to the camp, he narrowly avoids sudden execution by swearing to the guards that he is not Jewish, but Persian. This lie temporarily saves him, as one of the soldiers’ superior officers is “looking for a Persian,” and has promised additional rations to the soldier who delivers.

July 21-24 “Persian Lessons”

About The Beverly Theater

Imagined by The Rogers Foundation, the 14,306 square-foot film house and concert theater features three distinct areas: the main theater, Segue (jazz terrace), and courtyard, each designed with purpose and intention. The Beverly Theater has an on-site box office, retail/concession space. The main theater features raked seating of nearly 150 seats resting on a retractable platform that can allow for an expanded concert capacity of up to 500. Designed as a touring house, other premier concert-mode amenities include Meyer sound, meet and greet spaces, easy load-in, unobstructed sightlines, artist lounge/green room, ETC control, unmatched acoustics, and state-of-the-art connectivity and control. With an extraordinary emphasis on the film-watching experience, the 360-square-foot screen is coupled with a motorized cinema masking system and has been designed to maximize viewing angles from every seat in the house. Located on 6th Street and Bonneville in Downtown Las Vegas, The Beverly Theater is a not-for-profit venue and further underscores The Rogers Foundation’s ongoing commitment to supporting the arts.

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The Beverly Theater Unleashes Monster Mondays, Timeless Classics and New Titles in July
The Beverly Theater Unleashes Monster Mondays, Timeless Classics and New Titles in July