July swoops into North Carolina. With it, July 2017 brings extreme heat. Luckily, a slew of new retro cinema heats up the Triangle area. Check out the Triangle area classic cinema guide July 2017 edition!

In Durham, the Carolina Theatre features a bevy of retro goodies. Opening the month, check out the RetroEpics film series running July 7 through July 9 2017. Catch “The Right Stuff,” “Mulholland Drive,” “The Great Escape,” “Stalker,” “8 1/2,” “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane,” “King of Kings,” and “Excalibur” in one epic weekend. Tickets are just $9.

On non-event Friday evenings, Carolina Theatre of Durham screens retro double features. Tune in on July 14 for a Sylvester Stallone action-packed night of “Cobra” followed by “Tango and Cash.” Then for the weekend of July 21-23, catch a smattering of musicals. This delightful romp features “Gypsy,” “A Hard Day’s Night,” “Easter Parade,” “Kiss Me Kate,” “An American in Paris,” “Tommy,” “Hair,” “Carmen Jones,” “Man of La Mancha,” and “The Pirate.” Tickets are a mere $9. Then, to close out the month catch a double header of “Magic” and “Last House on the Left.”

In Raleigh, Ambassador Cinemas presents retro films. For its Monday at the Movies on July 17, the Rialto plays summer gem and one of my all-time favorite flicks, “Jaws.” Catch Cinema Overdrive’s “All the Colors of the Dark” on July 12 at Mission Valley. Cinema Overdrive celebrates cult hits.

Also in Raleigh, the NC Museum of Art hosts its outdoor summer movie series. For July 2017, there’s a solid lineup.”Sixteen Candles” airs on July 7, with “Say Anything” on July 8. Disney animated hit “Moana” plays on July 14, with “Rogue One” on July 15. Friday, July 21 sees “Brazi” on the big screen. Then to close out the month there’s a pair of musical favorites in “An American in paris” and “La La Land.” The outdoor movie circuit continues with the Movies by Moonlight series in Chapel Hill. Catch “Power Rangers” on July 15.

The outdoor movie circuit continues with the Movies by Moonlight in Chapel Hill. Catch “Power Rangers” on July 15. “The Boss Baby” plays on July 22. Then “Pirates of the Carbbean: Dead Men Tell no Tales” airs on July 29.

Flashback Cinema screens retro goodies. “Jaws” airs on Weds. July 5 and Sunday July 2. Then see another beloved summer flick in “The Sandlot” on July 9 and 12. “Mamma Mia!” follows on July 16 and 19. One of the best summer flicks, “Vacation,” strikes on July 23 and 26. You can catch Flashback Cinema screenings as Chapel Hill at Silverspot as well as Park West 14 in Morrisville, and Wakefield 12 in Raleigh.

Fathom Events airs its own classic films. On July 30, watch “Fast times at Ridgemont High,” a great end of summer/back to school movie.

What retro film events did you find? Comment below or hit me up on Twitter @mitchellclong and @Cup_Of_Moe