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    October 25-26 2014  Exhumed Films presents 24 Hour Horror-thon, Part VIII
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    HERE ARE SOME HALLOWEEN EVENTS THAT WE HELPED TO COORDINATE !!
    OCTOBER 24th and 25th, 2014
    Mahoning Drive-In Theater Events
    The Mahoning Drive-In
    635 Seneca Rd
    Lehighton, Pennsylvania 18235
    $10.00 per carload

    Phone: 610-683-7243

    Email: mahoningdriveintheater@gmail.com

    An all-night screening of retro horror cinema presented in classic 35mm film!
    This event will feature live music, costume contests, and more!

    A Nightmare on Elm Street - R
    The Gates of Hell - R
    Doctor Butcher M.D. - R
    Tales from The Crypt (1972) - R

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1473258969622851/

    FRIDAY OCTOBER 31st 2014
    Exhumed Films teams up with the historic Bala Theatre for a marathon of some of our favorite Italian horror films! These are some of the goriest horror movies ever made, and this may be your last chance to ever see these titles on 35mm in the Philadelphia-area!


    The Bala Theatre is committed to not only showing the latest new releases on DCP in 2015, but also repertory content shown on 35mm film, that won't be seen anywhere else! We hope to collaborate with them on more shows in the future, so please come out and support this awesome event!
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    Friday, October 31st - Halloween night!

    Reel Cinema's Bala Theatre and Exhumed Films present AN ITALIAN HORROR-WEEN MARATHON!

    CITY OF THE WALKING DEAD
    1980 / 35mm / Dir. Umberto Lenzi / 88 min.

    So you think running zombies are a modern phenomenon? Think again! Fan favorite Hugo Stiglitz (NIGHT OF A THOUSAND CATS, TINTORERA) stars in this bizarre variation on the traditional Italian zombie film. An airplane exposed to high levels of radiation mysteriously lands at a busy airport, only to unleash an army of deranged, gun-toting, knife-wielding, cannibalistic passengers on the world! A deliriously gory and cartoonish genre entry from the director of CANNIBAL FEROX and MAN FROM DEEP RIVER!

    DEEP RED
    1975 / 35mm / Dir. Dario Argento / 106 min.

    Nearly 40 years after its release, the giallo masterpiece DEEP RED stands as one of the most impressive and influential horror thrillers of all time. The movie's stunning visuals and the iconic score by the progressive rock band Goblin solidified director Dario Argento's reputation as one of Italy's finest filmmakers. DEEP RED tells the tale of Marcus Daly (David Hemmings), a British jazz pianist working in Rome who unwittingly becomes entangled in a string of brutal murders. With the assistance of a feisty female reporter (Argento's then-partner Daria Nicolodi), Daly seeks to solve the mystery, only to find himself a suspect, then a target. One Argento's most acclaimed and notorious films, DEEP RED only improves with repeat viewings.

    NIGHT OF THE ZOMBIES
    1980 / 35mm / Dir: Bruno Mattei / 101 min.

    The Italian undead opus NIGHT OF THE ZOMBIES (aka VIRUS, HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD) tells a familiar tale: an accident involving experimental chemicals has unleashed a plague that turns the bodies of the recently deceased into cannibalistic monsters. A tv reporter joins up with a team of special forces commandos to investigate and eventually battle the armies of the undead. A total shameless rip-off of both George Romero's DAWN OF THE DEAD (right down to the plagiarized Goblin soundtrack!) and Fulci's ZOMBIE, but filled with enough ridiculous gore to make us forgive its faults. Almost.

    JUNGLE HOLOCAUST
    1977 / 35mm / Dir: Ruggero Deodato / 88 min.

    Arguably part of the "Unholy Trinity" of Italian Cannibal movies (along with CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST and CANNIBAL FEROX), JUNGLE HOLOCAUST is one of the most infamous genre movies of all time. Directed by the beloved/reviled Ruggero Deodato (who also unleashed CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST onto an unsuspecting world three years later), JUNGLE HOLOCAUST set the standard for gratuitous sex and carnage that has since become the trademark of sleazy Italian genre films. A plane crash survivor is subjected to humiliation and torture at the hands of his cannibalistic captors. However, with the help of a young cannibal girl, our hero attempts to navigate his way through the treacherous jungle and escape his hellish ordeal.
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    Friday, October 31st @ 7pm!

    Tickets are $20 each and will be available at the Bala Theatre box office leading up to the night of the event. The theatre's box office will be open everyday from 12pm-8pm weekdays and 12pm-10pmweekends. Cash or credit is accepted. Tickets will not be sold online.

    For more information, call the Bala Theatre at 610-668-4695 or email reelbalatheater@gmail.com

    The Bala Theatre is located at: 157 Bala Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. The theater is located in an area with plenty of parking and easy access by public transit or bicycle!



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