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Before Dario Argento’s DEEP RED, there was Mario Bava’s BLOOD AND BLACK LACE. At the Cristiana Haute Couture fashion house, models and their boyfriends excel at the art of backstabbing, blackmail, and snorting cocaine. That is, until a faceless maniac embarks on a mission of death! After the one-two punch of BLACK SUNDAY and BLACK SABBATH, Mario Bava unleashed BLOOD AND BLACK LACE -- the movie that perfected the ultra-violent sub-genre that would come to be known as “giallo.” With a mood that mashes together the elegance of a quiet rain on a summer night with the luridness of a trashy paperback, it’s no wonder why Martin Scorsese once referred to this movie as “an incredible moment for cinema.”

Saturday, September 30

Sunday, October 1

Director: Mario Bava

Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Eva Bartok, Thomas Reiner. 

Runtime: 88 min. 



Desperate to make some money so she can move into a new apartment, college student Samantha Hughes (Jocelin Donahue) takes a mysterious babysitting job. When she arrives at the house, Mr. Ulman (Tom Noonan) mentions a full lunar eclipse and explains there is no child, but that Samantha will be watching his mother instead. After exploring the sinister-seeming house, Samantha soon comes to realize that her employers are hiding a horrifying secret and have plans to use her, dead or alive.

Friday, October 6

Saturday, October 7

Director: Ti West

Starring: Jocelin Donahue, Greta Gerwig, 

Tom Noonan. 

Runtime: 95 min. 



At only 23 years old, Don Coscarelli wrote, produced, directed, shot and edited his magnum opus -- one that’s truly withstood the test of time, and has influenced many successive generations of filmmakers. Phantasm deftly mixes gothic horror, sci-fi, surrealism and a killer prog rock score together in a grief-ridden adolescent fever dream that horror fans have never stopped worshipping.

Thursday, October 12

Director: Don Coscarelli

Starring: Michael Baldwin, Angus Scrimm, 

Bill Thornbury. 

Runtime: 89 min. 


Director: John Fawcett

Starring: Katharine Isabelle,

Emily Perkins, Mimi Rogers

Runtime: 89 min. 


“This isn’t just a good horror movie, it’s a good movie. Period.” – Time Out

Fifteen-year-old Brigitte Fitzgerald and her nearly-sixteen-year-old sister Ginger are both best friends and outcasts. Obsessed with dying and bound by a childhood pact to stay together forever, they loathe their mind-numbing existence in the suburbs of Bailey Downs. One night the two girls are heading through the woods when Ginger is savagely attacked by a wild creature.

Ginger’s horrible wounds miraculously heal over, but something is not quite right about her. Ginger is irritable and in denial. But to Brigitte, it is obvious that a terrifying force has taken hold of her sister. She’s convinced that the insatiable craving her sister is experiencing can mean only one thing – Ginger is becoming something unspeakably evil and monstrous.

Friday, October 13

Saturday, October 14



Determined to finish off the infamous killer Jason Voorhees once and for all, Tommy Jarvis and a friend exhume Jason’s corpse in order to cremate him. Things go awry when Jason is instead resurrected, sparking a new chain of ruthlessly brutal murders. Now it’s up to Tommy to stop the dark, devious and demented deaths that he unwittingly brought about.

Friday, October 13

Saturday, October 14

Director: Tom McLoughlin

Starring: Thom Mathews, Jennifer Cooke, Darcy DeMoss

Runtime: 86 min. 


28 DAYS LATER 2002

Twenty-eight days after a killer virus was accidentally unleashed from a British research facility, a small group of London survivors are caught in a desperate struggle to protect themselves from the infected. Carried by animals and humans, the virus turns those it infects into homicidal maniacs – and it’s absolutely impossible to contain.

Friday, October 20

Saturday, October 21

Director: Danny Boyle

Starring: Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Brenden Gleeson, Christopher Eccleston.

Runtime: 113 min. 



A killer known as Ghostface begins killing off teenagers, and as the body count begins rising, one girl and her friends find themselves contemplating the ‘rules’ of horror films as they find themselves living in a real-life one.

Friday, October 27

Saturday, October 28

Director: Wes Craven

Starring: Neve Campbell, David Arquette, Courtney Cox, Matthew Lillard. 

Runtime: 112 min. 

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After carefree teenager Jay sleeps with her new boyfriend, Hugh, for the first time, she learns that she is the latest recipient of a fatal curse that is passed from victim to victim via sexual intercourse. Death, Jay learns, will creep inexorably toward her as either a friend or a stranger. Jay’s friends don’t believe her seemingly paranoid ravings, until they too begin to see the phantom assassins and band together to help her flee or defend herself.

Friday, October 27

Saturday, October 28

Director: David Robert Mitchell

Starring: Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Daniel Zovatto, Lili Sepe. 

Runtime: 101 min. 

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