EZC Presents – Halloween Night

HALLOWEEN NIGHT

 

Halloween III: Season Of The Witch (1982, dir. Tommy Lee Wallace)
A doctor stumbles across an evil plot involving black magic, Halloween masks and a stolen chunk of Stonehenge. Can he thwart the evil plans of the Silver Shamrock mask company before they slaughter thousands of kids on Halloween night?
After Halloween II, John Carpenter decided the saga of Michael Myers had run its course and had the idea that series should feature different tales set on Halloween, and this uncredited Nigel Kneale penned little shocker is a refreshing change from the rest of the series. However, it didn’t do well at the box office, and the producers played safe by bringing back Michael Myers for subsequent movies, which is a shame as this is an effective horror movie in its own right, with Carpenter regular Tom Atkins giving a solid performance as the hapless doctor, plus a trademark Carpenter score.
Night Of The Creeps (1986, dir. Fred Dekker)
To fulfill a fraternity pledge, two college friends attempt to steal a cryogenically frozen cadaver from the university laboratory. Unfortunately, the body is infected with an alien experiment gone awry and the campus is soon crawling with zombies. It falls to a couple of kids and a hard-boiled cop to save the world from the creeps…
Fred Dekker’s love letter to the B-movie, Night of the Creeps is a perpetual treat and a master class in goofball horror. A throwback to simpler times, if you’re entertained by zombie cats, hot chicks with flame throwers, and any film that comes up with new, creative uses for lawn mowers, then this is your movie.
WEDNESDAY 31ST OCT
THE BANSHEE LABRYNITH
NIDDRY ST
EDINBURGH
7.30PM, FREE!
PLUS MORE FILMS RIGHT THROUGH THE WITCHING HOUR!

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