Friday, August 17, 2018

Screenings in the Bay (Friday to Sunday): Summer of '84, Akira: The Movie, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich



It's a short and sweet list for this weekend's screenings, but there is a surprise hidden below. Well, not hidden exactly, but it turns out that Summer of '84 is screening in the city after all! Tonight and tomorrow, at the Alamo Drafthouse, but it's in a pretty small theatre, so get your tickets soon if you plan on going! All of the art for this movie has been amazing, and I'm excited to start the weekend off with a beer and a new horror movie in a comfy theatre chair.

Another surprise: Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich is screening at the AMC in Antioch, which is not a particularly unreasonable distance from the city. So if you want to see some killer toy action on the big screen this weekend, you know where to look.




Limited Theatres/VOD Friday 17th (1hr 24min)
Horror (IMDB)
When Edgar decides to sell a nefarious looking puppet at a convention, all hell breaks loose when the puppets come alive and go on a killing spree.

Screening in Antioch



Limited Theatres/VOD Friday 17th (1hr 36min)
Drama/ Horror/ Fantasy (IMDB)
Kit (AnnaSophia Robb), a difficult young girl, is sent to the mysterious Blackwood Boarding School when her heated temper becomes too much for her mother to handle. Once she arrives at Blackwood, Kit encounters eccentric headmistress Madame Duret (Uma Thurman) and meets the school's only other students, four young women also headed down a troubled path. While exploring the labyrinthine corridors of the school, Kit and her classmates discover that Blackwood Manor hides an age-old secret rooted in the paranormal.





Friday 17th @ 10:15pm (1hr 45min)
Saturday 18th @ 9pm
Drama/ Horror/ Mystery (IMDB)
Summer, 1984: The perfect time to be 15 years old and free. But when neighborhood conspiracy theorist Davey Armstrong begins to suspect his police officer neighbor might be the serial killer all over the local news, he and his three best friends begin an investigation that soon turns dangerous.



Midnight Madness

Friday 17th @ 11:55pm (2hrs 4min)
Saturday 18th @ 11:55pm
Animation/ Action/ Scifi (IMDB)
A secret military project endangers Neo-Tokyo when it turns a biker gang member into a rampaging psychic psychopath that only one kid and a group of psychics can stop.




-Huntress

Thursday, August 16, 2018

The Overlook Theatre Reviews: Elliot

5 of 7 viewers "Liked" "Elliot" (2017, USA)
Creature reviews have been minimally altered in an attempt to maintain their voice:

The Impostor - "Trippy, unique and very bizarre. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Elliot's set designs and masks worn by the characters are really well done and detailed. I feel like if I was on something or high while watching this it would get a perfect 5 Stars. I don't think this is something I'd watch again but I did enjoy seeing it in a group setting. Overall Elliot is definitely an experience and will stick with me for a while." - 3 Stars

Lord Battle  - "Elliot is a 9 to 5 nightmare hellscape projected through a kaleidoscope and the finished product couldn't be any more or less familiar. A unique visual experience, backed with a strong soundtrack that adds a pleasant depth to the film's malaise pace. Imagine Tetsuo the Ironman drinking Viper under the black rainbow on Mars in Richard Stanley's Hardware. This film is as interesting as it is polarizing, and even those left unsatisfied will be checking out whatever Craig Jacobson does next." - 4 Stars

Wandering Panda - "Do you prefer fantasy over reality? How about reality over fantasy? Or both? This review is written based on my first viewing of Elliot. I LOVE IT. This film became so much more than a viewing experience for me. I can put myself in Elliot's position so much so that you might as well change the title to my own name!! This film is a love letter to anyone that daydreams. To individuals that use any form of media to escape!! Music, video games, movies. This film caters to the HIGHLY imaginative, those who can detach from the mundane cycle of reality to insert something more exciting. I get all of the subtle nuances Elliot goes through and it's heartbreaking. After this part is when the movie goes full force to the point where Elliot's fantasy begins to literally bleed into his reality and it's not what he imagined. The film's use of colors is so fantastic that it alone is capable of driving the narrative and tells us which side Elliot is in; reality, fantasy...or both. I rarely connect to a film the way I did with Elliot. I highly "PANDA" recommend this film and will champion it. Elliot surpassed my expectations and then some! CHEERS to everyone involved in the making of this film." - 5 Stars

Math Mage - "Being a maintenance worker is a thankless job, especially in hell. Drawing on nightmare anti-logic a loose collection of bizarre scenes form this "movie". Like your boss chasing you down the hall naked while screaming, or people mocking you for your inability to understand the incomprehensible. Excellent and inspired set design and costuming highlight the surreal terror of the film. Though several times the indistinct nature of everything seem to work against the film as we're clearly supposed to understand what we are looking at and can't. And then John was a zombie." - 3.5 Stars

Eddie the Gamer Ghoul - "So dat's what happened to Elliot after ET left 'em. Dis movie seemed to jump from Farscape sets to late 80's early 90's music videos narrated by Beavis and Butthead (An don't forgit da Japanese KISS geisha). Da costumes n' set was my favorite aspects of da film... I could forgit the rest. Don't even want my time back... Jus' let me forget already an I'll recommend to others so ya can eat der souls instead." - 3 Stars

The Ascendant (R) - "Director/Writer Craig Jacobson’s (shot-on-VHS) debut feature Elliot (visually) evokes films such as Testuo: The Iron Man (1989), Hardware (1990), Body Parts (1991) and Lung II (2016), with its soupy Biomechanical Characters & Set-Pieces as well as DMT-inspired overlays & transitions. Craig Jacobson’s visual aesthetic is the absolute highlight in this film, essentially dropping audience’s brains into a trash bag sealed in latex. Mirroring the experience of Halloween Haunts, Jacobson traverses us from room to room, challenging us to ingest every bit of Elliot’s landscape, minute-to-minute, from intimidating adversaries to a control panel that looked like it was activated by a set of extremely long nipples. Unfortunately (like these Seasonal Haunts), Jacobson’s film (experimental in nature) left me a bit distant on plot & characterization, as they took a back seat to the spiraling visual aesthetic. Stay for the biomechanical chokehold but don’t expect too much outside of that." - 3 Stars

Huntress - "The character and set designs in Elliot amazed me, not only because they're in an independent film with limited resources, but also because they're incredibly detailed and original by any standard. Everyone who came into frame was an otherworldly creature from head to toe, and highlighted by multicolored lights as well as shadows. Elliot can work on multiple levels: as a crazy sci-fi film you sit down and pay attention to, or as something you throw on in a crowded room so people can catch clips out of context and wonder what they missed... So I will definitely be re-watching this film." - 3.5 Stars



The Overlook Theatre Final Rating*
(Below is for after you've seen the film)

I'd made the choice early on to give no setup/context for Elliot before our screening. The creatures that have been showing up for our horror sessions have been hard to gauge when it came to the type of films they enjoyed, and I knew to intro this Dreams For Dead Cats production with any sort of context could have the whole audience defensively watching the movie, especially when dealing with a film that clearly looked to be going for a visual narrative over a verbal one, which casual audiences just interpret as pretension. I could have never expected that this methodical acid trip would speak so clearly to someone in attendance. It just goes to show that the group experience can still have a very monumental singular impact, which is strengthened by an audience's journey of narrative discovery. This journey is a solo one, speaking to those who during the long narrative breaths can seemingly make sense of emotional crescendos and visual metaphor.

Math Mage comments "...the indistinct nature of everything seem to work against the film as we're clearly supposed to understand what we are looking at and can't" while Wandering Panda says; "I rarely connect to a film the way I have with Elliot!". Even though Math Mage is an ancient being back from the beginning of the Overlook's existence, he could not make the connection one of the newest creatures did with Elliot... I just hope neither of them ends up being catfished in hell by the melty toilet guy in Street Trash.

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Below you can listen to our interview with the creative team behind Dreams for Dead Cats Productions, Craig Jacobson and Cassandra Sechler. With Elliot under their belt, they are on their way to their next feature film, which will launch a Kickstarter campaign tomorrow.







Also available on iTunes! 



- Lord Battle

The Overlook Theatre materialized at a residence for a screening on 8/2/2018
*Based on the star ratings turned in by character reviewers, others viewed and got to "Dislike" or "Like" but that does not affect the rating.

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: Return of The Living Dead 2, The Unborn & Avengers: Infinity War


August 14th 2018


Another big release day has arrived. This Bluray Tuesday starts off with a few releases from Scream Factory, the first of which is a collector's edition of Return of The Living Dead 2 with a new scan and bonus material. They're also re-releasing several titles, Lifeforce, The Howling and Army of Darkness, as steelbook editions all with cool new artwork. The Unborn is the last release from Scream Factory this week also with a new scan and on bluray for the first time. One of my favorite films of this year finally hits stores, Avengers Infinity War. Best Buy will carry an exclusive steelbook edition and Target a digibook edition. In honor of Avengers 3 hitting stores, the first two Avengers films are also released in new 4K scans with exclusive steelbooks only at Best Buy. Unearthed Films releases Song of Solomon today and this is one I'm really looking forward to checking out this week. This release comes in standard Bluray and a limited edition copy with a soundtrack included. Rounding out the week is thriller Bad Samaritan, The Gore Gore Girls from Arrow Video and Lady Street Fighter from AGFA. What will you pick up this week? Let us know in the comments? Until next week!

Return of The Living Dead 2: Amazon - $34.99

The horror begins as mysterious barrels bounce off an army transport and land near a new housing development and an abandoned cemetary. Mischievous neighborhood boys open the barrels, unaware of the evil within. A green vapor escapes, turning the living into zombies and the dead into human-preying nightmares.

Return of the Living Dead Part II (Blu-ray) 

The Unborn: Amazon - $26.99

A couple who cannot have children joins an in-vitro fertilization program. While she is with child, she finds strange occurrences happening within her body. The horror surrounding the child comes to light when the parents find that their child has been part of a mad experiment.

The Unborn (Blu-ray) 

Avengers Infinity War: Best Buy - $22.99
4K: Best Buy - $27.99

Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet -- the evil Thanos. On a mission to collect all six Infinity Stones, Thanos plans to use the artifacts to inflict his twisted will on reality. The fate of the planet and existence itself has never been more uncertain as everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment.

Avengers: Infinity War (Blu-ray) 

Avengers: Infinity War 4K (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook: Best Buy - $34.99

Avengers: Infinity War 4K (Blu-ray) 

Digibook: Target - $32.99

Avengers: Infinity War 4K (Blu-ray) 

Avengers 4K: Best Buy - $29.99
Steelbook: Best Buy - $34.99

Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet -- the evil Thanos. On a mission to collect all six Infinity Stones, Thanos plans to use the artifacts to inflict his twisted will on reality. The fate of the planet and existence itself has never been more uncertain as everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment.

The Avengers 4K (Blu-ray) 

The Avengers 4K (Blu-ray) 

Avengers Age of Ultron 4K: Best Buy - $29.99
Steelbook: Best Buy - $34.99

When Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) jump-starts a dormant peacekeeping program, things go terribly awry, forcing him, Thor (Chris Hemsworth), the Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and the rest of the Avengers to reassemble. As the fate of Earth hangs in the balance, the team is put to the ultimate test as they battle Ultron, a technological terror hell-bent on human extinction. Along the way, they encounter two mysterious and powerful newcomers, Pietro and Wanda Maximoff.

Avengers: Age of Ultron 4K (Blu-ray) 

Avengers: Age of Ultron 4K (Blu-ray) 

Lifeforce (Steelbook): Amazon - $21.99

When a space mission involving American and British astronauts encounters an alien craft, the humanoids within are brought aboard the shuttle. Back on Earth, one of the extraterrestrials, who appears to be a gorgeous woman (Mathilda May), proceeds to suck the life force out of various Londoners, turning the town into a city of roaming half-dead people. When Tom Carlsen (Steve Railsback), a surviving astronaut, realizes what is happening, he sets out to stop the ruthless alien presence.

Lifeforce (Blu-ray) 

Army of Darkness (Steelbook): Amazon - $19.99

Forced to lead a makeshift Dark Ages army against the demonic Deadites, who possess all the deadly magic of hell, the shotgun-toting, chainsaw-armed, reluctant 20th century time traveler Ash must save the living from the dead, rescue his medieval girlfriend and get back to his own time.

Army of Darkness (Blu-ray) 

The Howling (Steelbook): Amazon - $21.99

Severely shaken after a near-fatal encounter with a serial killer, TV newscaster Karen White takes some much- needed time off. Hoping to conquer her inner demons, she heads for "the Colony," a secluded retreat where her new neighbors are just a tad too eager to make her feel at home. Also, there seems to be a bizarre link between her would-be attacker and this supposedly safe haven. And when, after nights of being tormented by savage shrieks and unearthly cries, Karen ventures into the forest to find answers, she makes a terrifying discovery. Now she must fight not only for her life... but for her very soul!

The Howling (Blu-ray) 

12 Monkeys (Season 3): Best Buy - $42.99
(Season 4): Best Buy - $42.99

A man from the post-apocalyptic future, Cole uses a dangerous, untested method of time travel to get from 2043 to the present day. He is on a mission to locate and rid the world of the source of the plague that will eventually annihilate the human race. Assisting him is Dr. Cassandra Railly, a virologist who must decide whether to do harm in order to save the world -- regardless of the fact that she has taken the Hippocratic oath. The sci-fi series is based on Terry Gilliam's 1995 film, which starred Bruce Willis as Cole.

12 Monkeys: Season Three (Blu-ray) 

12 Monkeys: Season Four (Blu-ray) 

Bad Samaritan: Amazon - $14.99

A pair of burglars stumble upon a woman being held captive in a home they intended to rob.
 
Bad Samaritan (Blu-ray) 

How to Talk To Girls at Parties: Amazon - $15.99

An alien touring the galaxy breaks away from her group and meets two young inhabitants of the most dangerous place in the universe: the London suburb of Croydon.

How to Talk to Girls at Parties (Blu-ray)
Temporary cover art 

Lady Street Fighter: Amazon - $24.99

Exotic Eastern European beauty, Linda Allen, flies in to Los Angeles to track down the evil mobsters who tortured and murdered her sister. Meanwhile, the mobsters are trying to find a tape with information that would be incriminating to them. Linda's investigation deals with a pimp who may be the murderer she is after, and a helpful FBI agent who may not be the crime hunter he pretends to be. Cunning and deadly she is, but will she be up to the tangled web of corruption, violence, and death she falls into?
 
Lady Street Fighter (Blu-ray) 

The American Guinea Pig: Song Of Solomon: Amazon - $15.99
Limited Edition: Amazon - $39.99

The Catholic Church is trying to save an innocent soul from the ravages of satanic possession. Wave after wave of holy men are sent to confront the possessed.

The American Guinea Pig: Song of Solomon (Blu-ray) 

The Gore Gore Girls: Amazon - $25.99

Strippers at a sleazy club are being mutilated at an alarming rate. A pretty reporter enlists the aid of a debonair detective to solve the case and land her a front-page story. Soon, the two are wading through evidence against a vegetable-pulverizing freak, a creepy college student, and a group of angry feminists.
 
The Gore Gore Girls (Blu-ray)
Temporary cover art 

Sock and Awe: Amazon - $21.99

A group of journalists covering George Bush's planned invasion of Iraq in 2003 are skeptical of the presidents claim that Saddam Hussein has "weapons of mass destruction."

Shock and Awe (Blu-ray) 

The Boxcar Children:  Amazon - $16.99 

The continuing adventures of Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny as they spend the summer on their grandfather's private island.

The Boxcar Children: Surprise Island (Blu-ray) 

Retro Puppet Master: Best Buy - $12.99

It's 1892 and Sutekh is hopping mad. It seems a 3,000 year old Egyptian sorcerer has stolen one of the God's secrets of life - that of instilling the souls of the dying into inanimate things. Sutekh raises three mummified former high priests, led by the villainous "First Servant", and charges them with recovering both the Sorceror and his secret. There is no lack of victims for the 3 high-faluting, stylish villains as they pursue their prey to 19th century Paris, and the very young puppeteer, Andre Toulon. Toulon runs a puppet theatre in the heart of Paris, and meets the sorcerer (the mysterious Afzel) when he is found by the lovely Swiss Ambassador's daughter Ilsa, after being nearly killed. It is there and then that we find the seed of things to come, and the origin of the Puppetmaster series of tales.

Retro Puppet Master (Blu-ray) 

Here and Now (Season 1): Amazon - $39.99

The Bayer-Boatwrights of Portland, Ore., appear to be a model family, made up of members from different countries and backgrounds, reflecting the multicultural potential of the country. Philosophy professor Greg and his wife, former therapist-turned-school consultant Audrey, have three adopted children -- from Liberia, Vietnam and Colombia -- and a biological daughter, the youngest at 17. As Greg approaches a milestone birthday, serious domestic issues begin to emerge that threaten to ruin the family's very way of life, forcing Greg and Audrey to hire Dr. Farid Shokrani, a Muslim psychiatrist who has demons of his own. 

Here and Now: Season 1 (Blu-ray) 

Arrow (Season 6): Amazon - $32.99

 When presumed-dead billionaire playboy Oliver Queen returns home to Starling City after five years stranded on a remote island in the Pacific, he hides the changes the experience had on him, while secretly seeking reconciliation with his ex, Laurel. By day he picks up where he left off, playing the carefree philanderer he used to be, but at night he dons the alter ego of Arrow and works to right the wrongs of his family and restore the city to its former glory. Complicating his mission is Laurel's father, Detective Quentin Lance, who is determined to put the vigilante behind bars.

Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season (Blu-ray) 


-The Impostor

Monday, August 13, 2018

Screenings in the Bay (Monday to Friday): Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, Motel Hell, The Frozen Ghost



We have a lot to look forward to this week! Monday is the only quiet day we have this week, and that's only because They Live sole out at the Alamo Drafthouse. But you can still get tickets for tomorrow's Terror Tuesday presentation of Motel Hell, which I'm very excited to rewatch. It has one of the best chainsaw fights, an awesome catch phrase, and some iconic characters. From there, we jump into the Super Shangri-La Show's Wax Museum Double Feature at the Balboa Theatre! This night will consist of 1945's The Frozen Ghost, followed by the 1953 House of Wax, all starting at 7:30pm.
Then, on the new releases side of things, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich is out at the end of the week, but if you're in the city, you may be stuck watching this on VOD for the time being. And finally, Down A Dark Hall comes to limited theatres and to VOD on Friday. Although, from the looks of it, I'm more interested in the book it was inspired by.



Opening This Week


Limited Theatres/VOD Friday 17th (1hr 24min)
Horror (IMDB)
When Edgar decides to sell a nefarious looking puppet at a convention, all hell breaks loose when the puppets come alive and go on a killing spree.



Limited Theatres/VOD Friday 17th (1hr 36min)
Drama/ Horror/ Fantasy (IMDB)
Kit (AnnaSophia Robb), a difficult young girl, is sent to the mysterious Blackwood Boarding School when her heated temper becomes too much for her mother to handle. Once she arrives at Blackwood, Kit encounters eccentric headmistress Madame Duret (Uma Thurman) and meets the school's only other students, four young women also headed down a troubled path. While exploring the labyrinthine corridors of the school, Kit and her classmates discover that Blackwood Manor hides an age-old secret rooted in the paranormal.




Terror Tuesday

Tuesday 14th @ 9:35pm (1hr 41min)
Comedy/ Horror (Rotten Tomatoes)
People come from far and wide to sample Farmer Vincent's distinctively flavored dried, smoked sausages, but one might well ask why there are so few people staying at his nearby motel. This horror comedy provides the graphic answer.


Weird Wednesday

Wednesday 15th @ 10:05pm (1hr 36min)
Action/ Thriller (IMDB)
Two gorgeous women -- Donna (Dona Speir) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton) -- operate a airplane cargo delivery service in Hawaii. Their latest shipment includes a very large, very nasty snake destined for the local zoo. But the delivery is interrupted when they stumble on a cache of diamonds that were to go to a ruthless drug dealer, Seth (Rodrigo Obregon). Seth sends a transvestite to kidnap the owner of a restaurant, Edy (Cynthia Brimhall), so his men can torture her with a female bodybuilder into revealing where Donna and Taryn are. Luckily for all the good guys, Special Agent Rowdy Abilene (Ronn Moss) has a bazooka, and he knows how to use it. And unluckily for Seth, that nasty snake has broken out of its box.



Balboa Theatre

Super Shangri-La Show Presesnts
A Wax Museum Double Feature

Wednesday 15th @ 7:30pm (1hr 1min)
Horror/ Mystery/ Romance (IMDB)
An installment from Universal's "Inner Sanctum" series (whose trademark featured an introduction narrated by a spooky disembodied head), this low-budget thriller stars Lon Chaney, Jr. as luckless stage hypnotist "Gregor the Great" who, after seemingly causing the death of one of his audience volunteers, is forced to go into hiding. He is eventually offered a job by Rudi Poldan (Martin Kosleck), assistant curator of a wax museum. This apparent stroke of good fortune is actually part of a nefarious scheme concocted by Gregor's sleazy manager (Milburn Stone), with whose assistance Rudi hopes to drive the unbalanced performer off the deep end and steal away his girlfriend (Evelyn Ankers).

-with-



Wednesday 15th @ 8:45pm (1hr 28min)
Horror (IMDB)
Ever been creeped out by the life-like statues at a wax museum? Yes? But have you ever recognized your old roommate behind the glass? Vincent Price plays the menacing Professor Henry Jarrod, in a role that would solidify his reputation as the creepiest man in Hollywood.



Landmark Clay Theatre

Midnight Madness

Friday 17th @ 11:55pm (2hrs 4min)
Animation/ Action/ Scifi (IMDB)
A secret military project endangers Neo-Tokyo when it turns a biker gang member into a rampaging psychic psychopath that only one kid and a group of psychics can stop.






Wednesday 15th @ 7pm (Subtitled) (1hr 55min)
Thursday 16th @ 6:35pm (Dubbed)
Animation/ Action/ Crime (IMDB)
A terrorist explosion releases a deadly virus on the masses, and it's up the bounty-hunting Bebop crew to catch the cold-blooded culprit.




-Huntress

Friday, August 10, 2018

Screenings in the Bay (Friday to Sunday): Slender Man, The Atomic Cafe, Along Came the Devil



Happy Friday guys! We're on the cusp of another weekend and, although it's not a tremendously packed one, we have three new titles coming out in one way or another today. There's Slender Man, which I have reason to believe will at lease be a fun experience with a good group of friends, The Meg, which has somehow been made to feel like another installation of The Transporter, and then there's Along Came the Devil, the most confusing of them all. This film was originally called Tell Me Your Name, a line that is still used in the film, if the trailer is accurate. And I don't think I'm alone in thinking that that was a much better and more memorable title. Especially since this new title is uncomfortably similar to Along Came Polly...

Anyway, if you're not into the opening weekend crowd, the Roxie Theatre has several films starting their run today. Among them is The Atomic Cafe and Sorry to Bother You. Check out the detail below!


Opening This Week


Opens Friday 10th (1hr 33min)
Horror (IMDB)
In a small town in Massachusetts, four high school girls perform a ritual in an attempt to debunk the lore of SLENDER MAN. When one of the girls goes mysteriously missing, they begin to suspect that she is, in fact, HIS latest victim.



Opens Friday 10th (1hr 54min)
Action/ Horror/ Sci-Fi (IMDB)
A deep-sea submersible--part of an international undersea observation program--has been attacked by a massive creature, previously thought to be extinct, and now lies disabled at the bottom of the deepest trench in the Pacific... with its crew trapped inside. With time running out, expert deep sea rescue diver Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) is recruited by a visionary Chinese oceanographer (Winston Chao), against the wishes of his daughter Suyin (Li Bingbing), to save the crew--and the ocean itself--from this unstoppable threat: a pre-historic 75-foot-long shark known as the Megalodon. What no one could have imagined is that, years before, Taylor had encountered this same terrifying creature. Now, teamed with Suyin, he must confront his fears and risk his own life to save everyone trapped below.



Limited Theatres/VOD Friday 10th (1hr 29min)
Drama/ Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
Ashley (Sydney Sweeney) is sent to live with her estranged Aunt Tanya (Jessica Barth). While in her old hometown she has visions of her deceased mom, driving her to contact the spirit world. Ashley unknowingly unearths a demonic force, which leaves her loved ones fighting for her soul.





Friday 10th & Saturday 11th @ 7pm (1hr 32min)
Sunday 12th @ 6:30pm
Documentary/ History (IMDB)
This film recounts a defining period of 20th century history and serves as a chilling and often hilarious reminder of cold-war era paranoia in the United States--artfully presented through a collage of newsreel footage, government archives, military training films, and fifties music.




Saturday 11th @ 9pm (2hr 15min)
Sunday 12th @ 8:30pm
Fantasy/ Horror/ Musical (IMDB)
Clara, a lonely nurse from the outskirts of São Paulo, is hired by mysterious and wealthy Ana as the nanny for her unborn child. The two women develop a strong bond, but a fateful night changes their plans.



-Huntress