Wednesday night, the long-running Cinema Overdrive series moves from Mission Valley Cinemas to the Cary Theater with a screening of Wes Craven’s 1977 horror flick “The Hills Have Eyes,” about a family fighting off blood-thirsty savages in the Nevada desert. The creepy and ultra-violent cult classic, which stars Suze Lanier-Bramlett, Michael Berryman and Dee Wallace, spawned a sequel and a 2007 remake.
The film series’ curator, Adam Hulin, said the film is “a good, strong choice to introduce The Cary to Cinema Overdrive’s mandate of showcasing movies that feature a strong dose of audacity.”
Admission is $3-$5. Details: 919-462-2051 or thecarytheater.com.
▪ The N.C. Museum of Art’s Summer Outdoor Movie series continues Friday with Travis Knight’s 2016 animated adventure “Kubo and the Two Strings” at the open-air Museum Park Theater. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., with the features beginning at 9. $6 (free for museum members). Details: 919-715-5923 or ncartmuseum.org.
▪ Saturday night, the Cary Theater is screening Vanessa Gould’s 2016 documentary “Obit” at 7, followed by Kirsten Tan’s 2017 drama “Pop Aye” at 9 (there will be an encore of “Obit” on Sunday at 2 p.m.). Thursday, it’s Joseph Cedar’s 2016 drama “Norman,” starring Richard Gere, at 2, 7, and 9:30. Admission is $3-$5 to each film. Details: 919-462-2051 or thecarytheater.com.
▪ Thursday afternoon at Duke University in Durham, the Nasher Film Series is showing Michel Gondry’s 2004 surreal comedy-drama “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” at the Nasher Museum of Art. The screening is in conjunction with the exhibition “All Matterings of Mind: Transcendent Imagery from the Contemporary Collection.” 7 p.m. Free. Details: 919-660-3030 or ami.trinity.duke.edu/screensociety.
▪ Thursday night, King’s in downtown Raleigh will host a screening of Catherine Bainbridge and Alfonso Maiorana’s 2017 documentary “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World,” about the role of Native Americans in popular music history. 9 p.m. $7. Details: 919-833-1091 or www.kingsraleigh.com.