Friday night in Durham, the Carolina Theatre’s Retrofantasma series offers a double feature of ’90s horror favorites. First up, there’s the third film in the “Evil Dead” series, Sam Raimi’s “Army of Darkness” (1992), starring Bruce Campbell. Then, it’s the seventh entry in the “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise, Wes Craven’s meta-minded “New Nightmare” (1994), starring Robert Englund in a dual role as himself and the iconic villain Freddy Krueger. The double bill begins at 7, and admission is $9.
On Saturday, the Carolina hosts “Fan Appreciation Day,” featuring free screenings of three films: Jack Arnold’s 1954 horror sci-fi classic “The Creature From the Black Lagoon,” presented in 3D and 35 mm, at 2 p.m.; Mark Rydell’s 1981 comedy-drama “On Golden Pond,” starring Henry Fonda, Katherine Hepburn and Jane Fonda, at 4; and John Carpenter’s 1982 horror sci-fi favorite “The Thing,” starring Kurt Russell, at 7. Details: 919-560-3030 or festivals.carolinatheatre.org/retrofantasma.
- Friday, the new “Late Night” series at Mission Valley Cinema in Raleigh continues with an 11:30 p.m. screening of Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones’ 1975 comedy classic medieval satire “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” starring Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Gilliam Jones and Michael Palin. (Rescheduled from January.) $5. Details: 919-834-2233 or ambassadorcinemas.com.
- Also Friday, The N.C. Museum of Art’s 2016 Winter Film series continues with James Griffiths’ 2014 rom-com “Cuban Fury,” starring Nick Frost, Rashida Jones and Chris O’ Dowd. It starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are $7 ($5 for students and NCMA members). Details: 919-715-5923 or ncartmuseum.org.
- Saturday at The Cary Theater, Michael Howard’s 2015 drama “Where We’re Meant To Be” screens at 7 p.m. The screening is free, but a limited number of tickets will be available at the door only. On Sunday there is a special Easter showing of Charles Walters’ 1948 musical classic “Easter Parade” at 2 p.m. Tuesday, in conjunction with The Modern School of Film, the “Frame-By-Frame” cinema study series continues with a 7 p.m. screening of John Ford’s 1956 western classic “The Searchers.” Thursday, The Cary hosts a double feature of Beatles-related films: Ryan White’s 2013 documentary “Good Ol’ Freda,” about Beatles secretary Freda Kelly, at 7 p.m.; followed by Richard Lester’s 1964 musical classic “A Hard Day’s Night,” starring the Fab Four themselves, at 9. Tickets are $3-$5 for each film (Frame-By-Frame event costs $8-$10). Info: 919-462-2051 or thecarytheater.com.
- Monday at Duke University in Durham, the Screen/Society hosts the AMI (Arts of the Moving Image) Showcase: AMI Student Film Awards screening/presentation at the Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater. Tuesday, the Screen/Society’s “Special Events!” series presents Erik Anjou’s 2014 documentary “Deli Man,” followed by a Q&A with director Anjou. Thursday, it’s Alexandria Bombach and Mo Scarpelli’s 2015 documentary “Frame By Frame” (not to be confused with The Cary’s event listed above) at White 107 (White Lecture Hall), introduced by Julie Harbin, editor of the public scholarship fourm IslamiCommentary, with a Q&A following. All screenings start at 7 p.m. Free. Details: 919-660-3030 or ami.trinity.duke.edu/screensociety.