|Sat 31st October||9.00pm|
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Saturday 31st October 2015 from 2pm til late (doors open at 1.15pm)
Join us on Halloween for a Day Long Film Festival – the launch of our new Surreal Reels series of monthly Saturday teatime transgressive films. Entry is £13 for as many of the 5 films as you would like (cinema prices not applicable). Re-entry on the day will be possible via wristbands, given at point of first entry. Entry will be for 18s and over only, due to the BBFC certificates of the films being screened.
Supported by Film Hub North, led by Showroom Workstation. Proud to be part of the BFI Film Audience Network.
Our Halloween Film Festival has been curated by Director and Actor Dominic Brunt, who will provide a brief introduction prior to each film.
Music between films provided by Ned Netherwood (Was Ist Das?)
Film start times with introduction are as follows (we recommend arrival at least 15 minutes prior to the film you wish to start your day with):
The Evil Dead 2.00pm
Santa Sangre 3.50pm
The Shining 6.15pm
Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue 9.00pm
The Wicker Man 10.50pm
The kiosk will be open throughout the Festival serving hot and cold snacks and drinks and alcoholic drinks. We ask that your own food and drink is not consumed on the premises.
Dir: Jorge Grau | 1974 | Italy / Spain | 95 mins
Cast: Cristina Galbó, Ray Lovelock, Arthur Kennedy
This cult 70s Spanish/Italian zombie horror is endlessly inventive. Set in the Lake District (though filmed in Italy) it focuses on hippie-ish George (Ray Lovelock) and Londoner Edna (Cristina Galbó), who find themselves harassed by a local police investigator and framed for a series of terrifying murders: only to find that these heinous crimes have been committed by the undead, brought to life through mysterious means… Full of impressive set pieces and filmed with an countercultural, punkish verve – as well as a generous dose of Italo-Spanish gore – it’s beautifully realised, eerie and unconventionally thrilling.
All times listed are the programme start time unless otherwise stated. Films start approx 30 mins after the programme start time.