ALL FREAKIN NIGHT 2017
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ALL FREAKIN NIGHT
hosted by TORI & IAN BRACKEN
FRIDAY THE 13TH, OCTOBER 2017
FIVE HORROR MOVIES
9PM DOORS / 10PM FIRST MOVIE
TRIVIA, PRIZES, COSTUME CONTEST
$20 General Admission / $15 OFS Members
Tickets available online and box office
All bags, backpacks, carry on luggage will be subject to searches, best to leave your unmentionables at home.
All tickets and will call tickets will need to be exchanged for a numbered wrist band – which will also hold your place in line.
Online sales will end at 7:00pm day of show.
Wristbands & walk-up tickets will be available for will call/ticket exchange at 8:00pm day of show.
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BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR (1989)
The success of Stuart Gordon’s hit horror-comedy RE-ANIMATOR meant that a sequel was all but inevitable. The resulting follow-up — this time helmed by director Brian Yuzna (SOCIETY, RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD 3) — proves there was a good deal more life left in the story of Dr. Herbert West and his ghoulish exploits.
Dir: Brian Yuzna / 1989 / USA / 96 min
BLOOD RAGE (1987)
BLOOD RAGE: what you get if you combine Thanksgiving, ‘70s TV star Louise Lasser (“Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman”), killer ‘80s synths and some of the most gruesome special effects in all of slasherdom, courtesy of Ed French (TERMINATOR 2).
Dir: John Grissmer / 1987 / USA / 82 min
EATEN ALIVE (1976)
A shatteringly singular exploitation experience. Darker, danker and even more disturbed than The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, director Tobe Hooper’s ‘76 follow-up blends Chainsaw’s aggressive, hallucinatory drive with the out-of-control theatrics of an off-off-Broadway tribulation.
Dir: Tobe Hooper / 1976 / USA / 91 min
THE MUTILATOR (1984)
Easily one of the most deranged trash-slashers of 1984, THE MUTILATOR is a feel-bad, coming-of-age violence machine that lives up to its name ten times over.
Dir: Buddy Cooper & John Douglass / 1984 / USA / 86 min
CATHY’S CURSE (1977)
“Operating a plane of existence and basic logic far removed from our own, CATHY’S CURSE remains one of the craziest entries in the decade’s run of sinister kid movies — and one that actually rewards repeated viewings once you’ve fallen under its crackpot spell.” — Nathaniel Thompson, Mondo Digital
Dir: Eddy Matalon / 1977 / Canada / 88 min