SCORSESE’S SCARIEST FILM FEST – THE CHANGELING + DEAD OF NIGHT

Rating: M
Length: 220 mins
Cast: George C. Scott, Trish Van Devere, Melvyn Douglas

DAVID STRATTON PRESENTS MARTIN SCORSESE’S SCARIEST EVER FILM FESTIVAL & RKO VAL LEWTON RETRO.

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THE CHANGELING (198O)

“A superior haunted house thriller” says Variety of this under rated Canadian chiller starring George C. Scott. A minor classic! Peter Medak’s film is among a handful of films that have successfully recreated the intimate, drawing-room atmosphere of supernatural horror fiction.

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DEAD OF NIGHT (1945)

From Ealing Studios. TIME OUT conducted a poll with several authors, directors, actors and critics who have worked within the horror genre to vote for their top horror films. Dead of Night placed at number 35 on their top 100 list. Low-key it may be compared with the jump-scare slashers, but this Ealing classic from 1945 is genuinely frightening: a portmanteau collection of five ghost stories, of which the most disturbing is probably the one directed by Alberto Cavalcanti, about a mad ventriloquist haunted by his dummy – a superb premonition of Psycho.

Official Trailer