Live in or around New York City and wondering what you can do the day after Halloween to keep the spirit going? Well, wonder no longer as we have the details on The Day of the Dead 12-Hour Horror Movie Marathon taking place on November 1st.
From the Event’s Facebook Page
A horror-ific noon-to-midnight marathon of SEVEN rarely-screened, bona-fide horror movie classics ranging from the 1950’s Golden Age to the dawn of 80’s splatter. Presented by Outcast Cinema, in conjunction with Anthology Film Archives. Tickets are $30.00 for seven films on 35mm, plus trailers.
That’s right – SEVEN feature films. Some of these movies haven’t played NYC screens in decades, some are no longer available on video, and all will be projected on beautiful 35mm! We’re keeping the titles secret until they appear on screen, but you’re guaranteed to end your Halloween weekend with style.
Satisfy your holiday craving with twelve hours of horror and terror, featuring…a little-seen Canadian slasher film! A nature-run-amok masterpiece! A Mexican horror matinee! British anthology terror! Satanic death cults! Lesbian vampires! And a Hollywood-star-studded mindblower that must be seen to be believed. From giant chickens to severed hands, from Peter Cushing to William Shatner, this horror marathon has something for everyone.
Treats and snacks will be available for purchase in the lobby, mayhem and carnage will be available onscreen.
Advance tickets are available online at Brown Paper Tickets.