This fall, relive all your favorite animated moments with this collection of 90’s cartoon gems at the SCADshow theater, presented by the SCAD Cinema Circle. Each screening is featured at the SCADshow theater (173 14th St. NE) at 7 p.m. on their respective dates.

Warner Bros.

“The Iron Giant ” (1999)

Friday, Sept. 22

In what is widely considered one of the greatest animated films of all time, we follow the touching story of young Hogart and his friendship with the mysterious Iron Giant. The film features some of the most groundbreaking combinations of hand-drawn and 3D animation. This heart-warming tale about friendship, bravery and what it truly means to have a soul, has become a beloved treat for movie-lovers and animation fans everywhere.

“A Goofy Movie” (1995)

Friday, Sept. 29

During the same year we received mainstream Disney hits such as “Pocahontas” and “Toy Story,” the studio released this smaller animated film that has since gained a cult following over the years that few others can beat. The film follows the story of Max and his efforts to get the girl of his dreams, leading to a crazy promise that ends up in a wacky, cross-country adventure with his dad, Goofy. With its mix of relatable family themes, gut-busting humor and pure 90’s goodness, it’s no wonder that “A Goofy Movie” has continued to entertain audiences for over 20 years.

Warner Bros.

“Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” (1993)

Friday, Oct. 6

Based off the hugely successful 1992 “Batman: The Animated Series,” “Mask of the Phantasm” has been cited as not only one of the best Batman movies, but also the greatest animated superhero film of all time. When a ghost-like killer is axing off mob leaders all over Gotham City, Batman is blamed and so Bruce Wayne must suit up as the dark knight once again to bring the true culprit to justice. Wayne’s discoveries force him to look back to his past and his search brings him to the conclusion that his old nemesis, the Joker, is to blame. The gothic art style borrowed from the show combined with the film’s higher quality of animation, along with its layered characters and superb voice acting, have helped this cult hit achieve major acclaim over the years despite its original failed box office run.

“Space Jam” (1996)

Friday, Oct. 13

When a race of aliens threaten to take over the world and enslave humanity, the Looney Tunes characters get the wise idea of challenging them to an Earthly game of basketball. In order to win, the gang enlist the help of basketball superstar Michael Jordan. But, when the aliens begin to steal the powers of NBA players, the gang will need all the help they can get. With celebrities coming from all corners, nostalgic 90s hit songs that will get drilled into your head, wacky cartoon antics mixed with live action and one of the most nonsensical plots ever put on the big screen, “Space Jam” is truly a film like no other.