Initiation – Hallowe’en All Nighter – 35mm Frighter
October 28 @ 11:00 pm - 11:59 pm
Cigarette Burns have dug deep and wide for these gems, and are super excited to announce they will be presenting –
An imported print of Ulli Lommel’s supernatural slasher 80s classic The Boogey Man, this bonkers art house oddity has an outstanding soundtrack – Rolling Stone lists it in their top 25 Film Soundtracks.
They’ve got a super special imported print of The Brotherhood of Satan, this is a Sony Archive print, and the only screening in the UK that this print will have before being whisked back to the US. It’s an extra rare screening as I don’t think this film has been screened since release back in the 70s, classic Satanic Panic mayhem, loony old folks are kidnapping the local kids and forcing them to embrace the Black God himself. This really is the hidden gem in the crown here. Pure genius.
The Killing of Satan is an absolutely no holds barred chaos factory of doing exactly what it says on the tin, as only the Filipinos can do.
The Re-Animator – everyone’s favourite HP Lovercraft tale in it’s full glowy gory glory on an uncut 35mm print. A classic film that will leave your head spinning….
And finally, they’ve managed to secure a mega rare London screening of Suspiria on 35mm for the first time in ages, and the only 35mm screening this year. With the new 4k transfer coming out, it’s a perfect chance see what the 35mm can offer with it’s terrifying score blasting out in full 4 track stereo.
Want to engage in your digital v film argument, now’s your chance.
In our experience, film adds an extra layer of sleaze and terror that the crispy remastered digitals clean up, no longer could there be a monster in the shadows, now, it’s definitely a chair with a coat on it.
In addition to these five awesome films, they’ll be joined by none other than Pentagram Home Video, guiding us through the night with his special blend of synthy tape bending black magic.
All of your Halloween requirements are sorted.
So, throw on the best costume you got, and get yerselves down to Regent Street Cinema