In the future, a nuclear war has transformed the Earth into a radioactive wasteland where the sea has dried up leaving it as a post-apocalyptic desert. In the desert, A desert scavenger named Nomad discovers a robotic head, arriving in New York City, A space marine named Moses Baxter buys the robotic head from Nomad as a Christmas present for his girlfriend Jill Grakowski, who decides to use it for one of her sculptures. But all hell starts breaking loose, when the robotic head is activated and begins to rebuilt itself. When Alvy, a junkyard dealer discover the robotic head is a Mark 13, a military cyborg of a project that was abandoned. Moses learns Jill's life is in danger, as the Mark 13 cyborg goes on a violent rampage in Jill's apartment as Jill has become the the prime target for extermination.
I have to say I'm excited for this weeks line up of films! I think it's the best week of movies we have featured so far. We will start the week by showing 3 modern classics then end with some original black and white horror films from the 40's up through the 60's.
All show times are at 7:00pm except Saturday's double feature 7/9pm. Tickets are $8 for a single show, $15 for a double feature.
Monday: Hardware- It's kind of like Terminator. Cinematically I would say it's a lot better than any of the Terminator movies.
Tuesday: Brain Damage- If you are into weird, freaky shit this film is for you! Don't think I need to say any more except "GET YOUR ASSES IN HERE IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THIS ONE!!"
Wednesday: Re-Animator- It's Sci-Fi. It's Horror. It's gory and hilarious. It is everything a horror film should be!
Thursday: Carnival of Souls- A psychological horror film that inspired a 1998 remake by Wes Craven.
Friday: Diabolique- A French suspense/thriller that keeps you engaged throughout the whole film. Remade in 1996 staring Sharon Stone.
Saturday: The Uninvited- A supernatural mystery involving a haunted house. This one was remade in 2009. Night of the Living Dead- Come see the original classic restored with 4k picture and sound! ...