The ICS is a movie club for lovers of fantasy, science fiction, mystery and horror films. We are open to anyone who wants to have a good time socializing with other people who have the same interest in movies that you do!

The Imaginative Cinema Society meets the last Saturday night of each month at 5:30pm. Our meetings are now held at the Kenwood Presbyterian Church located at 4601 Fullerton Avenue, Baltimore, MD. (NOTE: We are in independent group & not church affiliated. Please SEE THIS LINK FOR DIRECTIONS.

We look forward to our next meeting on June 25th when our illustrious leader, Tom Diggin will be doing his take on Alien movies. Tom seeks to make this a very unique presentation that looks at other aliens (besides THE Alien) in movies.

We look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting!

Halloween 2015

As always, donations to the club help fund our activities. If you order anything from the Amazon link on this page, a portion of the proceeds go toward ICS.



On April 30, 2016 Margaret brought in several uncommon vampire movies from which the club chose the Swedish movie Let the Right One in (2008). The film tells the story of a bullied 12-year-old boy who develops a friendship with a vampire child in a suburb of Stockholm.

And at our last meeting we had our annual Memorial Day cook out! Thanks to all of those that brought food and manned the grills. Joe did a presentation on The Outer Limits and we screened a couple of episodes including the classic "The Zanti Misfits" (circa 1963).

The Outer Limits was an American television series that aired on ABC from 1963 to 1965 at 7:30PM EST on Monday evenings. Compared to the Twilight Zone, this series concentrated more on science fiction.

Writers for The Outer Limits included creator Stevens, and Joseph Stefano (screenwriter of Hitchcock's Psycho) who was the Season 1 producer and creative guiding force. Stefano wrote more episodes of the show than any other writer. Free