The wonderful thing about indie cinemas in my area is ... well, if you like Bollywood movies and don't mind driving to Cary, you're going to love it.Mr. Tweedy wrote:Indie cinemas? Oh, to live in a place with indie cinemas!
Curse you, Cinemark!
If you need to see and participate in Rocky Horror on a regular basis, I assume you're going to love it. The indie closest to me does it all the time. I still haven't been. I watched as Eris intended me to ... safe in my bed using Netflix and far away from people throwing toilet paper or whatever.
I also saw some ancient near-porn horror flick (it was awful and I hadn't been told what I was getting into; no one took their pants off and I don't like horror), and I saw The Big Lebowski in a movie theater. Defining moment of my life. They even played trailers from around the same time so it was like a Dude time machine.
Otherwise, it's really hit and miss. I'll be waiting for months for something obscure to come out and then it'll only play for two days and it'll happen to be two days when I'm out of town or in the presence of folks who hate good movies.
I have seen a lot of good stuff by just picking something that sounds vaguely interesting, though. Tokyo! (which I think I've mentioned in this thread) was awesome. The Wind That Shakes The Barley is a phenomenal way to ruin your night (I'm not joking about "ruin"; Braveheart is for those with weak hearts).
But if you're waiting for a specific movie, I wish you the best of luck. A Scanner Darkly played for one weekend in the theater that plays mostly Bollywood. I'm so much of a PKD fan, I saw it in the effing theater despite all that.