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February 10, 2017 – February 24, 2017

Our late night series at the Bagdad Theater offers special treats for adventurous devotees of genre, and genre-bending films that provocatively push boundaries. The late-night thrills for those that think they’ve see it all start at 10:30 pm and may keep you up even later.

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A Dark Song

Directed by Liam Gavin

A grieving mother (Catherine Walker) hires a man (Steve Oram) well-versed in the occult to help bring her son back


Directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa

Japanese horror master Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s continues his winning stream with this patient and elegantly rendered ghost story set in modern-day

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

Directed by André Øvredal

A father (Brian Cox) and son (Emile Hirsch) coroner team delve into the mystery of a body discovered at a

The Eyes of My Mother

Directed by Nicolas Pesce

A young girl named Francisca witnesses a terrible act of violence perpetrated by a stranger upon her mother. Years later,

The Invisible Guest

Directed by Oriol Paulo

As a suspect is prepped for court testimony, the story of the crime, a murder in a hotel room where

We Are the Flesh

Directed by Emiliano Rocha Minter

The most transgressive film in this year’s program, Minter’s trance-inducing debut feature concerns a brother and sister drawn into an

Without Name

Directed by Lorcan Finnegan

Eric, a surveyor by trade, is hired by a corporate developer to assess a large plot of ancient forest. Superstitious

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