Have you seen Saltburn yet? It’s one of 2023’s most talked-about films for good reason. By now, you’ve probably either witnessed or heard about [redacted], that part where [redacted], and the unforgettable moment when [absolutely redacted]. It’s a fun, wild, subversive, and (at times) uncomfortable ride that you’ll definitely want to take when Saltburn makes its way to Oriental Theatre on Wednesday, February 14 as part of Milwaukee Film’s “Love Hurts” series.

The series, which Milwaukee Film says “embraces the anti-Valentine’s Day spirit,” features a total of nine selections “for those who find joy in the bitter/darker side of love.” It actually kicked off February 3 with a screening of Belle de Jour, but it will continue through February 23 with showings of My Bloody ValentineSecretarySid And NancyBride Of Chucky, and other decidedly “dark and twisted” takes on the romance movie genre.

Whether you’re flying solo or planning an unconventional Valentine’s Day-adjacent movie date with that special someone in your love, Milwaukee Film’s “Love Hurts” series has you covered this month. Tickets are $13 (or $11 for seniors, students, and educators). Check out the full schedule below:

Friday, February 9
My Bloody Valentine (9 p.m.)

Saturday, February 10
The Piano Teacher (3 p.m.)
Der Fan (8:30 p.m.)

Monday, February 12
Secretary (7 p.m.)

Wednesday, February 14
Saltburn (7 p.m.)

Friday, February 16
Sid And Nancy (9 p.m.)

Saturday, February 17
Cemetery Man (9 p.m.)

Friday, February 23
Bride Of Chucky (9 p.m.)

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.