Celluloid Screams Horror Movie Marathon 18

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This film was last shown on 24 July 2021

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Ahead of Celluloid Screams’ annual film festival (21-24 October), join us for a very special event bringing four classic horror films back to the big screen where they belong. For one night only, the Celluloid Screams team have assembled a line-up of classic fright flicks in an all-35mm presentation, complete with vintage adverts and trailers from the Celluloid Screams archives.

Grab your tickets for THE classic horror event of the summer!

ALIEN (Director’s Cut)
Director: Ridley Scott | UK/USA | 1979 | 1 hour 55 minutes
Ridley Scott’s iconic sci-fi shocker. The crew of the USCSS Nostromo respond to a distress signal in deep space, only to encounter a deadly life form that threatens to destroy them.

Director: Stuart Gordon | USA | 1986 | 1 hour 25 minutes
A group of scientists develop a machine which allows whoever is within range to see beyond normal perceptible reality. When the experiment succeeds, however, they discover that horrifying things lie beyond the realms of our perception.

Director: Brian Yuzna | USA | 1989 | 1 hour 39 minutes
Beverly Hills teenager Bill Whitney (Billy Warlock) begins to suspect that there is something very wrong with his family, but the truth turns out to be beyond his worst nightmare.

Director: Sam Raimi | USA | 1981 | 1 hour 25 minutes
Five friends travel to a cabin in the woods, where they unwittingly summon flesh-possessing demons, in Sam Raimi’s classic 1981 original.


8 hours 30 minutes


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