Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Treasures From The ComiCombs Issue #37: Ash for President, X-Files Origins, Afterlife With Archie

Welcome back! San Francisco Comic Con is only days away and I couldn’t be more excited. Our fifth and final Wednesday this month brings us a few solid releases to close out a rather slow month. This week we will be taking a break from the duel review but I will have two new books next week to kick off September.

Army of Darkness: Ash for President One Shot (Dynamite)

Ash Williams doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon. With season two of Ash Vs Evil Dead coming in October, Dynamite gives us another wacky one shot to hold us over. Ash for President promises us more adventure that only Army of Darkness can but this time we see Ash running for president. This sounds interesting and I’m betting it’s going to be a fun read.

X-Files Origins #1 (IDW)

I’m pretty excited to check this one out. Origins gives us a look into the pasts of Mulder and Scully during their teenage years. It’s going to be a treat getting a look at what made these two the characters that we’ve come to know. Also worth noting here are the amazing Variant covers you see here from the talented Cat Staggs.

Afterlife With Archie #10 (Archie Horror)

Archie Horror books don’t seem to come along as often as we all wish they did so when we finally get one you can be sure it will be on this list. Roberto Aguirre Sacasa has been doing an amazing job with this title and this issue looks to take us back to before the world ended and give us a look into the lives of Josey and the Pussycats. 

In 2015, Marvel began the biggest event yet that would change their comic book universe in a big way. Secret Wars, not to be confused with the 1984 event of the same name, is the culmination of Jonathan Hickman's amazing runs on the Avengers, The New Avengers and Fantastic Four.

Secret Wars (Marvel)

Although this series was met with several delays, Hickman did an excellent job wrapping things up. Now this may seem like just another event, but Marvel has never done anything like this in its long history. Hickman had been writing the Main book in the Marvel Universe since 2013 and he had laid out an amazing story full of death, heartbreak and heroism. This story has many layers to it and the outcome changed the landscape of the Marvel universe. Unfortuantely, after this event Hickman left Marvel to pursue creator-owned opportunities. Nothing that Marvel has been releasing since has compared to anything that Hickman did. I recommend starting from Hickman’s run on the Avengers but that is a lot to get through. Secret Wars is a great read and the end of an era. 

Make sure to come back next week, I’ll have two books ready to battle it out in our duel review as well as more recommendations. If you happen to be heading out to San Francisco Comic Con this weekend, contact me on instagram, it would be great to meet up and I might have something for you! As always, make sure to pick up something cool from your local shop.

- The Creature of the ComiCombs

Monday, August 29, 2016

Bluray Tuesday: Featuring Evils of the Night, The Jungle Book and Star Wars Rebels Season 2

August 30th 2016

Our favorite day of the week returns! After last week's long list of new releases, we have a pretty light day today. Vinegar Syndrome releases 80's vampire-alien film Evils of the Night for the first time on Bluray. Evils of the Night seems like a fun film I'd definitely check out in the near future. The live action version of Disney's The Jungle Book is finally released to own on Bluray and DVD, and it's loaded with bonus features. The Jungle Book has gotten great reviews and I will for sure pick this up today. Star Wars fans can own the complete second season of Star Wars Rebels just in time to catch up before the third season starts airing. I still need to watch season one but Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Grudge) joins the voice cast for its second season. Looking forward to a marathon soon. 80's action adventure Deathstalker and its sequel are released from Shout Factory as a website exclusive in a double feature release. Last but not least Arrow the complete fourth season hits shelves today and only Best Buy will have an exclusive steelbook edition with different artwork. So what will you be buying, renting or skipping this week? Also don't forget to check out our Instagram page here, and our Facebook page here. We love the conversations and talking all things horror. Until next week!

Evils of the Night: Amazon - $17.99

It's geriatric aliens vs. sex obsessed teens in Mardi Rustam's outrageous EVILS OF THE NIGHT! Beautiful young women have been disappearing and no one can figure out how and where they go. But in the darkness, sinister forces are lurking: a group of aliens (John Carradine, Tina Louise, and Julie Newmar) have been draining the local youth of their blood so that they can live forever!

Special Features:
  • All extras on both formats
  • Region free Blu-ray and DVD combo pack
  • "Alien Blood Transfusion" – video interview with director Mardi Rustam
  • Alternate feature length TV edit
  • Isolated score by Robert O. Ragland
  • Extensive outtakes (25 minutes)
  • Work-in-progress theatrical
  • TV spot
  • Reversible cover artwork
  • English SDH Subtitles
Evils of the Night (Blu-ray) 

The Jungle Book (2016):  Amazon - $22.99

Directed by Jon Favreau ("Iron Man"), based on Rudyard Kipling's timeless stories and inspired by Disney's classic animated film, "The Jungle Book" is an all-new live-action epic adventure about Mowgli (newcomer Neel Sethi), a man-cub who's been raised by a family of wolves. But Mowgli finds he is no longer welcome in the jungle when fearsome tiger Shere Khan (voice of Idris Elba), who bears the scars of Man, promises to eliminate what he sees as a threat. Urged to abandon the only home he's ever known, Mowgli embarks on a captivating journey of self-discovery, guided by panther-turned-stern mentor Bagheera (voice of Ben Kingsley), and the free-spirited bear Baloo (voice of Bill Murray). Along the way, Mowgli encounters jungle creatures who don't exactly have his best interests at heart, including Kaa (voice of Scarlett Johansson), a python whose seductive voice and gaze hypnotizes the man-cub, and the smooth-talking King Louie (voice of Christopher Walken), who tries to coerce Mowgli into giving up the secret to the elusive and deadly red flower: fire. 

Special Features:
  • "The Jungle Book" Reimagined – Favreau sits down with producer Brigham Taylor and visual effects supervisor Robert Legato to discuss "The Jungle Book" and reflect on the years they devoted to the reimagining of this timeless tale. Discover how Rudyard Kipling's original stories and the classic animated film influenced their unique approach, witness the technical wizardry that enabled the team to create a believable and thrilling movie-going experience, and learn how they borrowed a page from Walt Disney's innovation playbook to make it all happen. Lastly, meet the all-star voice cast who help bring the film's colorful characters to life, as well as the musicians who accent the adventure with a majestic music score.
  • I Am Mowgli – Follow the extraordinary journey of 12-year-old Neel Sethi, who was selected from thousands of hopefuls worldwide to play Mowgli "alongside" some of today's biggest movie stars. Get a glimpse of Neel's life before Hollywood came calling, check out his audition that sealed the deal, and see how a close-working relationship with Favreau brought out his best. Plus, Neel shares how filming "The Jungle Book" was one wild ride, from working alongside imaginary animals to performing some super-fun stunts.
  • King Louie's Temple: Layer by Layer – So, exactly how do you create a musical number featuring one man-cub, a massive, legendary ape and an army of wild and wily monkeys in the Seeonee jungle? Viewers are granted rare and unique access to the development of the "I Wan'na Be Like You" sequence in which King Louie attempts to coerce Mowgli into giving up Man's deadly "red flower" (fire). A fast-moving musical progression reel showcases storyboards, animatics, Christopher Walken's recording session and visual effects layers, which ultimately merge to form one of the film's most memorable scenes.
  • Audio Commentary – Favreau delivers his scene-by-scene perspective on the live-action adventure "The Jungle Book" with all the candor and humor you'd expect from this multi-talented actor-writer-director-producer. 
The Jungle Book (Blu-ray) 

Star Wars Rebels (Season 2): Amazon - $32.99

Amid growing Imperial oppression on Lothal, the rebels are forced to seek out new allies throughout the galaxy and additional resources to sustain their fight against the Empire. With the help of Ahsoka Tano, the crew of the Ghost bands together with a secret rebel cell and ex-soldiers from the Clone Wars to join a fledgling alliance determined to restore peace and freedom to the galaxy. As Ezra continues his journey to become a Jedi under Kanan's guidance, the threat of the dark side looms large over the fate of the growing rebellion. Darth Vader himself will dispatch new Inquisitors to snuff any spark of resistance, setting the stage for a climactic showdown in which past lives will be revealed, terrible truths will be discovered, and the lives of our heroes will be changed forever.

Special Features:
  • From Apprentice to Adversary: Vader vs. Ahsoka (Exclusive to Blu-ray) – Executive Producer Dave Filoni reflects on the climactic ending of the season, when Ahsoka Tano finally confronts Darth Vader in a long-awaited, fierce and epic lightsaber battle.
  • Connecting the Galaxy: Rebels Season Two – Uncover hidden references, easter eggs and connections to the Star Wars universe found throughout the season.
  • Rebel Recons – Blast off with 20 fun, fast-paced episode recons, featuring behind-the-scenes footage, interviews with cast and crew, and more!
Star Wars Rebels: Complete Season Two (Blu-ray) 

The Night Manager: Amazon - $29.99

Former British soldier Jonathan Pine (Tom Hiddleston) is recruited by Burr (Olivia Colman), an intelligence operative. He is tasked to navigate Whitehall and Washington, D.C. where there is an alliance between the intelligence community and the secret arms trade. He must infiltrate the inner circle of arms dealer Richard Onslow Roper (Hugh Laurie), Roper's girlfriend Jed (Elizabeth Debicki), and associate Corcoran (Tom Hollander).

The Night Manager (Blu-ray) 

Arrow (Season 4): Amazon - $39.99

After defeating his most formidable foe to date and riding off into the sunset with longtime flame Felicity Smoak, Oliver Queen (aka The Arrow) left Star City with the hopes of beginning a new life. But will Oliver ever truly be able to leave behind his past as The Arrow, and, if so, what becomes of the team he has worked so hard to assemble? Will military vet John Diggle, Oliver's sister Thea Queen, and lawyer-turned-vigilante Laurel Lance continue Oliver's fight without him? And with Malcolm Merlyn having ascended to the top of the League of Assassins as the new Ra's al Ghul, is anyone really safe?

Special Features:
  • ALL 23 one-hour episodes plus Flash crossover
  • Star Crossed Hawks featurette
  • Star Crossed Hawks: The Hunt for Vandal Savage featurette
  • Smooth Criminal: The Damien Darhk Story featurette
  • Arrow: 2015 Comic-Con Panel
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
Arrow: The Complete Fourth Season (Blu-ray) 

Steelbook: Best Buy - $39.99

Arrow: The Complete Fourth Season (Blu-ray)
Temporary cover art 

Deathstalker / Deathstalker II: Shout Factory  - $26.99

DEATHSTALKER (1983): Deathstalker is a mighty warrior chosen to battle the evil forces of a medieval kingdom who sets off on a journey to the most challenging tournament in the land. To the winner will go the throne of the evil wizard, the ultimate mystical power and the love of the beautiful Princess Codille. But first Deathstalker must prove himself worthy of his legacy . . . and treachery lurks at every turn. DEATHSTALKER II (1987): Deathstalker has a mission: to save the kingdom from the wicked grip of the immoral wizard Jerak and his queen, Sultana, who have ruled the land by creating an evil twin of the lovely Princess Evie. Capturing the real Princess Evie, Deathstalker must now return her to her rightful place of power – but the swordsman's battle has just begun.
Deathstalker / Deathstalker II (Blu-ray) 

 - The Impostor

Screenings in the Bay (Monday to Friday): Rob Zombie's 31, Morgan, Kubrick Month

Happy Monday everyone, and welcome to the beginning of a very busy movie week! We're days away from the early screening if Rob Zombie's Halloween horror movie 31, as well as several events celebrating Stanley Kubrick and Alfred Hitchcock with plenty more coming soon. We're also getting a new sci-fi/horror release, starting Thursday. Read on for details!

Screening This Week

Early Screening Thursday 1st (2hrs 10min)
Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
"Five carnival workers are kidnapped and held hostage in an abandoned, Hell-like compound where they are forced to participate in a violent game, the goal of which is to survive twelve hours against a gang of sadistic clowns."

Terror Tuesday

Tuesday 30th @ 10:15pm (1hr 20min)
Horror/ Supernatural (IMDB)
"Possession is a topic horror films have explored time and time again. Yet none have taken it to quite the same level as DEATH BED: THE BED THAT EATS. Yes, this film is about a bed possessed by a demonic spirit."

Kubrick in Color

Wednesday 31st @ 7pm (2hrs 39min)
Drama/ Romance/ Mystery (IMDB)
"A New York City doctor, who is married to an art curator, pushes himself on a harrowing and dangerous night-long odyssey of sexual and moral discovery after his wife admits that she once almost cheated on him."

Weird Wednesday 

Wednesday 31st @ 10:55pm (1hr 31min)
Action/ Comedy/ Horror (IMDB)
"A young man with superhuman strength is incarcerated at a prison run by corrupt officials and seeks to use his martial arts to clean up the system."

Starts Thursday 1st
Drama/ Horror/ Mystery (IMDB)
"A corporate risk-management consultant must decide whether or not to terminate an artificially created humanoid being."

Balboa Classics: Kubrick Month

Lolita (1962)
Thursday 1st @ 7:30pm (2hrs 32min)
Crime/ Drama/ Romance (IMDB)
"A middle-aged college professor becomes infatuated with a fourteen-year-old nymphet."

Hitchcock Weekend!

To Catch A Thief (1955)
Friday 2nd @ 4:30pm & 9pm (1hr 47min)
Mystery/ Romance/ Thriller (IMDB)
"When a reformed jewel thief is suspected of returning to his former occupation, he must ferret out the real thief in order to prove his innocence."


Notorious (1946)
Friday 2nd @ 7pm (1hr 41min)
Drama/ Noir/ Romance (IMDB)
"In order to help bring Nazis to justice, U.S. government agent T.R. Devlin (Cary Grant) recruits Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman), the American daughter of a convicted German war criminal, as a spy. As they begin to fall for one another, Alicia is instructed to win the affections of Alexander Sebastian (Claude Rains), a Nazi hiding out in Brazil. When Sebastian becomes serious about his relationship with Alicia, the stakes get higher, and Devlin must watch her slip further undercover."

I Wake Up Dreaming Presents

Five (1951)
Wednesday 31st @ 6pm & 10pm (1hr 31min)
Drama/ Horror/ Scifi (IMDB)
"The world is destroyed in a nuclear holocaust. Only five Americans survive, including a pregnant woman, a neo-Nazi, a black man and a bank clerk."


Kiss Me Deadly (1955)
Wednesday 31st @ 8pm (1hr 46min)
Crime/ Noir/ Mystery (IMDB)
"A doomed female hitchhiker pulls Mike Hammer into a deadly whirlpool of intrigue, revolving around a mysterious 'great whatsit.'"

Midnight Madness

Rear Window (1954)
Friday 2nd @ 11:55pm (1hr 55min)
Mystery/ Thriller (IMDB)
"A wheelchair-bound photographer spies on his neighbours from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder."

Batman: The Killing Joke
Monday 29th & Tuesday 30th @ 4:30pm (1hr 16min)
Wednesday 31st @ 4pm
Animation/ Action/ Crime (IMDB)
"As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness."

Saturday 27th @ 9:25pm (1hr 58min)
Sunday 28th @ 4:55pm
Action/ Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
"While a zombie-virus breaks out in South Korea, a couple of passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan."


Sunday, August 28, 2016

San Francisco Comic Con is Next Weekend!

Starting Friday, San Francisco is going to get a lot busier... because it's the first day of the San Francisco Comic Con! It will be at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, in the northern part of downtown.

The convention will run from Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th, and will of course have signings, panels and a vendor's room. But it will also have indie gaming rooms, virtual reality gaming rooms, and screenings, which I was a little surprised to find out. Find the full list of events here

Some of the celebrities scheduled to be there and sign autographs are:

Ian McDiarmid
(Star Wars, Sleepy Hollow, The Awakening)

Krysten Ritter
(Jessica Jones, Breaking Bad, Veronica Mars)

There is also a long list of artists who will be attending, including one of my personal favorite artists. Here's a couple of the names on the schedule:

Arik Roper

Julian Totino Tedesco

Joe Jusko

Weekend and day passes are still available, and kids under 12 do not need a ticket. Get yours here
Let's get out and support this convention, hopefully it will lead to more events like it taking place in San Francisco, and not hours away. 

Find out more about the San Francisco Comic Con at their site:


Saturday, August 27, 2016

Digging Up the Dirt with KillDozer and Artist Pete Novak

Like most conventions, Monsterpalooza is a great place to meet and learn about all kinds of artist, craftsmen, and creators. There is usually so much going on that it would take a full week to take everything in, but one artist who stood out last year was Pete Novak, an LA based lover of monsters. KillDozer had a chance to ask him about his craft and plans for the future.

KillDozer: Who is Pete Novak and what does he do?

Pete: I am an illustrator and a fine artist. By day, I work full-time as an illustrator in the entertainment industry at an ad agency that specializes in video games. At night, when it is late and I am most creative - and when no one is watching - I make my own fine art for my own pleasure.

KillDozer: Last time we spoke at Monsterpalooza, we discussed your digital work. Which do you prefer to work with, digital or physical medium and why?

Pete: I think both media have intrinsic strengths and weaknesses. I love the flexibility and speed of digital. And Photoshop offers new tools and ways to work that are impossible to replicate in a more traditional medium. Combining Photoshop and a 3D program like ZBrush, really gives you some new avenues to pursue. Digital is awesome for creating "happy accidents."

On the other hand, nothing beats the physical presence and beauty of a large oil painting. And with a traditional medium, you get to see more of the hand and personality of the artist coming through the artwork. Some of that is regrettably lost in digital works.

KillDozer: I would love to see a sculpt of "Cthulhu Bride." Have you ever dabbled in sculpting any of your creations?

Pete: I am not a trained sculptor, but I am learning ZBrush, which is a 3D sculpting program that is the perfect synthesis between drawing and sculpting. You use a pen to stroke form onto an object! Right now, I feel that 2D work, or painting, is a little bit harder and more complex than sculpture. In 2D you have to try to master all the elements of color, light, perspective, form, and how to SIMULATE that form on a flat surface, creating the illusion of 3D. In sculpture, you basically have form only, and maybe local color of the form. The new part, for me, is that you have to make the form work from all angles, not just the view you have chosen to present to the viewer. So it's a bit of an adjustment.
In the future, I would like to explore 3D printing of my work/virtual sculpts.

KillDozer: Where does the inspiration for these creatures come from? Specifically, how and why does "hippo man" exist?

Pete: Well, hippo man was a character for Ian Joyner's ZBrush class, where I began studying digital sculpture. But my personal work is done as abstractly and as subconsciously as possible. I try to figure out the meaning of a piece through the act of creating it. I work with feelings, impressions of images, memories, things that elicit excitement inside, and start to meld some of these things together. I create a springboard to jump off of into the piece. I also use a lot of techniques to create unexpected twists and turns, that I can then have a creative dialog with which will lead me to new and unexpected places. So, a lot of times, I am not sure how or why... Art helps me explore the subconscious, through metaphor.

KillDozer: As dark as some of your pieces are it seems as though the use of light is extremely important when giving an image mood or atmosphere. How do you go about choosing where the light will used in a piece? Is that something you learn or is it a natural instinct?

Pete: I think that the one "natural talent" I had when I started my art education was shading form, the use of light and dark. It is how my brain processes form. Other artists use line, but I definitely use tone. But I definitely learned a lot more at Art Center, where I went to school, about the technical side of composing artwork. The decision of where to use light in a piece is pretty much dictated by the emotional tone of the subject, and what looks "cool."

KillDozer: Do your pieces start as sketches? What does the creation process look like? How long does a piece take to go from being an idea to a reality?

Pete: Sometimes my pieces start as sketches, sometimes as feelings or ideas slightly out of reach of clear conscious thought. Sometimes inspiration comes from other artworks, including film, music, and writing. I am not sure if any two pieces are created the same in my personal work. Sometimes I throw bits of random images together and look for inspiration there, in the chaos. Most times it starts with some unnameable urge to create! Pieces can really take any random amount of time to make. Some pieces are done in as quickly as eight hours, while others take as much as 40-50 hours. Everything is kind of forming under the surface slowly over the years, waiting to be born at a time when it deems appropriate!

KillDozer: Do you ever get the urge to make something "cute" or "cuddly"? Why monsters and creatures?

Pete: Well, I think when I started art, I incorporated a lot of "cuteness" into my work, naturally. At Art Center, people likened my work to Tim Burton or Mark Ryden, due to the surrealistic marriage between cute and creepy. It is something that I have lost a little bit of, over the years. But recently, I have been contemplating working it back in. Why monsters? I have no idea. It is just inside.

KillDozer: Were you always a "monster kid?" What inspired you as a child?

Pete: Yes! I was always, most definitely, a "monster kid." My very earliest "loves" were of sharks, skulls, haunted houses, and, when I was 7, the creature from Alien. It never ended.

KillDozer: What is the overall goal for you as an artist?

Pete: To inspire someone somewhere sometime as much as artists like David Cronenberg, Clive Barker, and Tom Waits have inspired me.

KillDozer: Other than Monsterpalooza, where can someone view and purchase your art?

Pete: Currently, that is the only place where I really sell stuff seriously. But one can always reach me through my website/email:, and arrange any purchase of any print, small or large and framed.

KillDozer: Okay time for some fun quick questions! Out of all your creations who would win in a monster "Royal Rumble"?

Pete: Hmm….well, I will go with the Alien (you know…first love, 'n' all….).

KillDozer: What is the soundtrack to your work?

Pete: Bohren & der Club of Gore - "Black Earth"

KillDozer: What was the last film you watched that blew your mind?

Pete: Hard to pick….I will go with several…Naked Lunch, Jacob's Ladder, and Spirited Away. Oldies but goodies.

KillDozer: What painting from any artist ever would you pick if you could have it free in your home? and why?

Pete: Wow, that is an impossible question to answer. The options are so endless. So many beautiful things to choose from, I think it would be torture to have to decide!


As many of you know, Son of Monsterpalooza is just days away, and Pete will be attending, and bringing along some new art to display. So be sure to stop by and check it out!
But if you can't make it and would still like to see more of Pete's creations, get in contact with him, or get your hands on his artwork, visit his site He also has an artist station you can find here


Friday, August 26, 2016

Screenings in the Bay (Friday to Sunday): Don't Breathe, Uncle Kent Saga, Batman: The Killing Joke

Happy Friday everyone!
We have a pretty light lineup fr this weekend, but it starts off with a brand new release, so I can't complain. A couple of the Overlook creatures have already seen Don't Breathe twice and recorded a podcast about it (spoiler free, don't worry). We'll also get a couple of chances to see some older new releases on the big screen if any of you didn't catch them the first time around. And tickets are still available to the Uncle Kent Saga tonight, which will be attended by Kent Osbourne and Joe Swanberg, who will also do a Q&A. If you can't make it out tonight, Uncle Kent 2 will be playing through the weekend and into next week. Apparently you don't need to see the first one, but we're going to anyway. Read on to see what else this weekend has to offer us.

Opening Today

Opens Friday 26th
Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
"A group of friends break into the house of a wealthy blind man, thinking they'll get away with the perfect heist. They're very wrong."

Uncle Kent Saga

Friday 26th @ 6:30pm (1hr 21min)
Drama (IMDB)
"A pothead kid's show cartoonist in Los Angeles spends a weekend trying to sleep with his visiting house guest - a woman from New York who he met on Chatroulette."


Uncle Kent 2 (2015)
Friday 26th (1hr 13min)
Comedy (Google)
"In a desperate search to create a follow-up to Joe Swanberg's 2011 film UNCLE KENT, Kent Osborne travels to a comic book convention where he loses his mind and confronts the end of the world."

With Kent Osborne and Joe Swanberg in person!

Saturday 27th @ 4:10pm
Sunday 28th @ 4:05pm

Saturday 27th @ 9:25pm (1hr 58min)
Sunday 28th @ 4:55pm
Action/ Horror/ Thriller (IMDB)
"While a zombie-virus breaks out in South Korea, a couple of passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan."

Saturday 27th @ 10pm (1hr 21min)
Sunday 28th @ 9:30pm
Fantasy/ Horror (IMDB)
"When her little brother, Martin, experiences the same events that once tested her sanity, Rebecca works to unlock the truth behind the terror, which brings her face to face with an entity that has an attachment to their mother, Sophie."

Sunday 28th @ 5pm (1hr 16min)
Animation/ Action/ Crime (IMDB)
"As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness."
(This screening will continue into the week!)

The Cat and the Canary (1939)
Friday 26th @ 7:30pm (1hr 12min)
Comedy/ Horror/ Mystery (IMDB)
"When an eccentric family meets in their uncle's remote, decaying mansion on the tenth anniversary of his death for the reading of his will, murder and madness follow."


The Ghost Breakers (1940)
Friday 26th @ 5:55pm & 8:55pm (1hr 25min)
Comedy/ Horror/ Mystery (IMDB)
"A radio broadcaster, his quaking manservant, and an heiress investigate the mystery of a haunted castle in Cuba."