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Actor: Caren Pistorius

Unhinged

Unhinged

Rachel is a single mother whose bad day gets even worse when she beeps her horn at a fellow driver (Russell Crowe) during rush-hour traffic. After an exchange of words, she soon realizes that the mysterious man is following her and her young son in his truck. The initial case of road rage quickly escalates into full-blown terror as Rachel discovers the psychopath’s sinister plan for revenge. With Caren Pistorius, Gabriel Bateman.

Russell Crowe’s revenge thriller ‘Unhinged’ is bloody and hilarious. His performance as a nameless, blood-thirsty psychopath comes disturbingly natural.” (New York Post)

“Russell Crowe bulks up and hunkers down to play a murderous misogynist in Derrick Borte’s road-rage thriller.” (The NYTimes)

Saturday, November 14
Doors 5:30 pm | Movie 5:50 pm *Start time subject to change. Please arrive on time.
Advance tickets $15 HERE | $15 at the door

Monday, November 16
Doors 8:50 pm | Movie 9:10 pm *Start time subject to change. Please arrive on time.
Advance tickets $15 HERE | $15 at the door

*Minors OK in the balcony! Must be 19+ w/ ID for bar service and main floor seating.
**Rio Theatre Groupons and passes OK! Please redeem at the door.

PLEASE NOTE: All of the Rio Theatre’s screenings are operating at a sharply reduced capacity. We can’t guarantee availability of tickets at the door, so advance tickets for all screening events are strongly recommended. Our online box office can be found at www.riotheatretickets.ca. Online sales for every screening automatically end 1 hour before any given showtime.

UNHINGED (Derrick Borte, 2020 / 14A / 90 mins) A divorced mother honks impatiently at a deranged middle-aged stranger at a red light while running late on her way to work. His road rage escalates to horrifyingly psychotic proportions as he becomes single-mindedly determined to teach her a deadly lesson for provoking him.

Slow West

Slow West

Michael Fassbender “does his best Clint Eastwood” in SLOW WEST, an unusual western from newcomer John Maclean. Winner of the coveted World Cinematic Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, the film “…veers between the iconic and the bizarre… an absurdist, episodic road movie that itwes more to surreal art films like Jim Jarmusch’s… Continue Reading