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.

On Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 6pm

our "ZOOM" meeting will be hosted by

Courtney Spies

who will be discussing

QUEEN OF SPADES (1949) staring Anton Walbrook, Dame Edith Evans & Yvonne Mitchell From the story by Alexander Pushkin based upon the eerie supernatural & the card game FARO. Considered to be one of the few classics of supernatural cinema.



Because of the "Stay at home" order in Maryland and with the current status of COVID19 in the state and nation, meetings of the ICS are now Online! via

"Zoom Video Conferencing" to hold virtual meetings.

Click the above link for more information. It works on all platforms.

AND Remember Everyone:

We are in this together

PLEASE be safe

Stay at Home!

Do the five




ALSO please note a change in membership rates:

There is only one dues fee, which is:

$30 per year per member


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.



At our May meeting:

The Club

 host via "ZOOM" film author and historian

Martin Grams Jr.

who will spoke about 'Way Out,' the 1961 horror/science fiction television series.

and usual, a great time was had by ALL!

Club news:

The club finances are dwindling. We are looking for any additional donations to the cigar box and for any donated items that are Ebay possibilities.

Tom Diggin, our esteemed chairperson announced that he will step down as chairperson at the end of the year. This will leave open the position. We are hoping that some of the "new blood" will take on the challenge. Thank you Tom for several years of excellent a faithful service to the ICS.




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