All remaining screenings are in Japanese with English subtitles
DEMON SLAYER: MUGEN TRAIN is being released in theaters only and will not be streaming via our virtual cinema.
Falling forever into an endless dream…
After completing rehabilitation training at the Butterfly Mansion, kindhearted Tanjiro and his two comrades, Zenitsu (an insecure and fearful boy who is eager to please) and Inosuke (a prideful boy raised by boars), arrive at their next mission on the Mugen Train where over 40 people have disappeared. Together alongside one of the most powerful swordsmen of the Demon Slayer Corps, the legendary Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku, the Demon Slayers must identify the demonic source exploiting the dreams and weaknesses of the innocent souls aboard the Mugen Train.
After the finale of the anime series “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba,” the film adaptation DEMON SLAYER: MUGEN TRAIN serves as a direct, canon sequel to the TV anime adaptation — while also following the seventh “Mugen Train” arc of writer and illustrator Koyoharu Gotōge’s Kimetsu No Yaiba manga series. The highest-grossing feature film in Japanese box office history (besting the long beloved anime SPIRITED AWAY) finally makes its appearance stateside.
“If the stats on this pop phenom from director Haruo Sotozaki aren’t off the charts, they’re at least at their tippy top…. Japan's highest-grossing feature film is an off-the-rails trip.” —Andiee Paviour, Nobody’s Reading This But Me “An absolute dream for fans of anime and the DEMON SLAYER series, while remaining accessible and wildly entertaining for newcomers to the series or genre…. So grab a ticket, hop aboard this adorably spooky dark-fantasy demon train, and get ready for one hell of a ride.” —Oxford Lamoureaux, 13th Floor “Japanese studio Ufotable masterfully mixes 2D and 3D animation, a style that DEMON SLAYER has become renowned for…. For those who follow the manga/anime, MUGEN TRAIN hits all the beats they’ve been waiting for, and then some, expanding the original manga and enhancing the world and story of DEMON SLAYER.” —Stack
NOTE: Seating capacities are limited for all showtimes — and some showtimes may sell out. Therefore, advance ticket purchases are encouraged.