Some movies may not be available in your country This is because the films we offer are in the public domain in many countries, but not all.
Cinema was born to give emotions and nothing excites more than the past. Here you can find the great classics of world cinema. Orson Welles and Fritz Lang are just some of the authors you can find on 4theatre.
THE STRANGER, 1946, ORSON WELLES
A memorable story directed and masterfully interpreted by the genius of Orson Welles.
THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO, 1952, HENRY KING
Biographical film on the great writer Ernest Hemingway and embellished by the presence of Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner and Susan Hayward. A highly recommended vision, of course in technicolor ®.
SUDDENLY, 1954, LEWIS ALLEN
A drama that must be seen in one breath, accompanied by Frank Sinatra and Sterling Hayden.
COLD SWEAT, 1970, TERRENCE YOUNG
Charles Bronson and Liv Ullman give us an adrenaline-pumping performance in a film based on the novel “Ride the Nightmare” by Richard Matherson. Are you ready for "a cold sweat" ?.
BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN, 1923, SERGEJ MICHAJLOVIČ ĖJZENŠTEJN
A film that needs no introduction. Mentioned hundreds of times, considered the "best movie ever". A must for all cinephiles.
THE GREEN GLOVE, 1952, RUDOLPH MATÉ
A noir starring Glenn Ford set during the Second World War. What else do you want?
Do you want to relax? Here at 4theatre you have a wide choice of films that will make you smile more than once Here you are spoiled for choice. Start with the great classics of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton and end with Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.
CHARADE, 1963, STANEY DONEN
The virtuosity of Stanley Donen gives us a film that transcends multiple genres with an all-star cast composed of Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn and with a screaming soundtrack created by Henry Mancini. An evergreen.
MCLINTOCK!, 1963, ANDREW V. MCLAGEN
Saddle up with John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara in this fantastic western-style comedy.
ONE WEEK, 1920, BUSTER KEATON
Keaton's short film proves, after many years, as innovative and visionary as few works of silent cinema. Timeless.
THE VAGABOND, 1916, CHARLIE CHAPLIN
A comic film that manages to be sentimental and dramatic at the same time. With this masterpiece Chaplin reached his artistic maturity. A vision not to be forgiven.
HIS GIRL FRIDAY, 1940, HOWARD HAWKS
From the multifaceted Howard Hawks, a frenetic comedy worthy of the “screwball comedy” genre. Cary Grant has never been this funny.
ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER, 1946, ARCHIE MAYO
The last film directed by Archie Mayo and starring Paul Muni draws heavily on the classic popular tradition, placing Muni as an elusive "deal with the Devil".
NOTHING SACRED, 1937, WILLIAM A. WELLMAN
Fun comedy shot in Technicolor®. The film, produced by David O. Selznick and starring Carole Lombard, still excites more than a laugh today.
THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE, 1948, HENRY C. POTTER
A film that takes place over a period of a few hours inside a bar where a continuous coming and going of the various diners give us a hilarious curtain that lasts over time. An impressive test of skill for James Cagney.
ROYAL WEDDING, 1951, STANLEY DONEN
This musical that oscillates between sentimental and comic still demonstrates Fred Astaire's immense talent as a dancer and actor..
4theatre offers a wide choice of horror and science fiction films. From the terrifying “Nosferatu (1922)” to George A. Romero’s masterpiece “The Night of the Living Dead (1968)”. Being afraid has never been so fun.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, 1968, GEORGE A. ROMERO
A film that needs no introduction. The masterpiece that started the horror genre.
NOSFERATU, 1922, FRIEDRICH WILHELM MURNAU
A timeless masterpiece. The prince of terror lands fully restored on 4theatre ready to give you a bloody evening.
THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI, 1920, ROBERT WIENE
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is one of those films that, almost a hundred years after its birth, still manages to convey anguish to the audience as it did then. A work that has inserted itself among the classics and must be seen with the look of then. Absolutely not to be missed.
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, 1925, RUPERT JULIAN
Considered a classic of the silent era, the film based on the novel of the same name by Gaston Leroux is still today as evocative and disturbing as few cinematographic works.
HOUSE ON THE HAUNTED HILL, 1959, WILLIAM CASTLE
Five people are offered ten thousand dollars to stay inside a haunted house. This is enough to understand the absolute importance that this film had on world cinema and the way of conceiving amusement parks. And if this isn't enough, there is also Vincent Price in this movie.
DRILLER KILLER, 1979, ABEL FERRARA
Second feature film by Abel Ferrara, this long descent into madness will give you more than a sleepless night.