Thursday, October 29, 2015

Horror Movies on Halloween, Because Cinema Never Sleeps in San Francisco

Well, October is coming to a close in just two more days, which is a bittersweet thing to realize. On one hand horror movie marathons are about to end, decorations will slowly be packed away, and the countdown to this beautiful month will start all over again… but on the other hand, this means it’s about to be Halloween!! It’s the one day of the year where everyone is a horror fan, which may be off putting to some of us who would be immeasurably unhappy if we had the impossible task of condensing our horror love to one day or month, but I think it’s more fun to just enjoy any enthusiasm you find. Like Adam Green said, this is the one time a year people won’t think you’re a psycho for having dismembered body parts spread across your lawn.

Many of you probably have your nights planned out, but just in case you have some gaps in your day, these are some of the horror movies screening in San Francisco Halloween. 
It's proof that independent theaters in the bay area never sleep.

Japanese Horror Week continues and also ends today. 

Noriko’s Dinner Table @ 1:30pm

Tetsuo (The Iron Man) @ 3:15pm

Ju-On @ 9pm

Kairo @ 9:30pm

Free Halloween Cartoons! @ 10am

This triple feature is only $13! And it ends early enough to go out afterwards. Just sayin'...

Night of the Living Dead @ 3:30

Texas Chainsaw Massacre @ 5:20

Evil Dead @ 7
This will be showing in 35mm too!

And, of course, you can't go wrong with a classic. It may not be horror, but it's one of my favorites! 
Rocky Horror Picture Show @ 11:55pm

During my internet sleuthing, I came across a theater that I have never been to that was showing all horror this weekend. Even though its claim to local fame is showing the best Asian films, this is also the only theater in San Francisco showing Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. 
It is the 4-Star Theater

Happy Halloween everyone!!

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