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An American Werewolf in London | Drive-In

Directed by John Landis

An American Werewolf in London Directed by John Landis United States • 1981 • 97 mins. Two American college students

Anna and the Apocalypse

Directed by John McPhail

Pre-release preview screening! Anna can't wait for high school to be over so she can skip small-town life for the

Army of Darkness

Directed by Sam Raimi

Happy-go-lucky S-Mart employee Ash is ripped from his 1990s existence and transported back to medieval times, where he must struggle

Backcountry

Directed by Adam MacDonald

What begins as a romantic weekend camping trip deep into the Canadian woods quickly decends into an exercise in abject

Basket Case

Directed by Frank Henenlotter

Basket Case, the first in Frank Henenlotter's trilogy of (conjoined) brotherly love and violent revenge, was something of an anomaly

Baskin

Directed by Can Evrenol

While en route to answer distress calls from a rural village, a small group of policemen find themselves diverted to

Burnt Offerings

Directed by Dan Curtis

Having made a name for himself with cult horror projects like Dark Shadows and Trilogy of Terror, writer/director/producer Dan Curtis

Creature from the Black Lagoon – SOLD OUT

Directed by Jack Arnold

A strange prehistoric beast lurks in the depths of the Amazonian jungle. A group of scientists try to capture the

Cure

Directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa

Kurosawa’s first feature released in the United States, Cure follows detective Kenichi Takabe as he investigates a series of bizarre

Darkness by Day

Directed by Martin de Salvo

“In an a old house in a tiny village, Virginia is left alone after her father leaves to check on

Deep Red (Profondo Rosso)

Directed by Dario Argento

A foreboding prediction, strange music, a missing painting, untrustworthy memories: these are some of the major ingredients on which giallo

Demon

Directed by Marcin Wrona

Things quickly get out of hand at a Polish wedding when the groom appears to have been possessed by a



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