The 1990 Christmas-themed hit celebrates its 25th anniversary with two screenings, November 8 and 11, presented by Fathom Events and 20th Century Fox.
The film was originally released Nov. 6, 1990. The two theatrical screenings will follow the Oct. 6 release of the home video box set "Home Alone: Anniversary Collection," with all five "Home Alone" movies on DVD.
Written by John Hughes and directed by Chris Columbus, "Home Alone" starred Macaulay Culkin as 8-year-old Kevin McCallister, whose family departs for a Christmas vacation without him. Kevin's adventures begin when two burglars (Daniel Stern and Joe Pesci) attempt to break into the house. The movie's mix of slapstick comedy, Coyote-Roadrunner booby-traps and Christmastime warmth made it a box-office hit. "Home Alone" became the top-grossing movie of 1990, with $477.5 million worldwide, and earned two Oscar nominations.
Local theaters screening "Home Alone" include Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas, Hampton Bays 5, Stony Brook 17 and the Island Cinema De Lux in Holtsville.
For more information and tickets, visit fathomevents.com.