The “Horror-Thon” – November 5-7 at the Lafayette Theatre

posted by PeterApruzzese on November 4, 2010 at 7:50 am

SUFFERN, NY — IT’S BACK!

The Lafayette Theatre’s world-famous Horror-Thon returns! November 5-6-7 at the Lafayette Theatre in Suffern, NY.

The Lafayette’s “Horror-Thon” unspools with nine fantastic shows, including Saturday’s four movie salute to Universal Horror and the New York theatrical Premiere on Friday night of the indie horror film “What Really Frightens You?”, which had several scenes filmed at the Lafayette! Tickets are $9 for each movie; Full Festival pass – $70; special Saturday-only “Salute to Universal Horror” pass – $32.

Show schedule:
Friday, November 5
7:30 – Carnival of Souls (1962, Candace Hilligoss)
9:45 – What Really Frightens You? (2010, New York Theatrical Premiere of the indie horror film from director Richard W. Haines. Note: certain scenes from What Really Frightens You? were filmed at the Lafayette!

Saturday, November 6 – A Salute to Universal Horror!
2:00 – The Bride of Frankenstein (1935, Boris Karloff)
4:00 – House of Dracula (1945, Lon Chaney Jr., John Carradine)
7:30 – Phantom of the Opera (1943, Claude Rains)
9:45 – Dracula (1931, Bela Lugosi)

Sunday, November 7
2:00 – Roger Corman’s The Raven (1962, Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre)
4:00 – Mario Bava’s Black Sabbath (1963, Boris Karloff)
7:30 – Poltergeist (1982, directed by Tobe Hooper, produced by Steven Spielberg)

Tickets are $9 for each film; Nine film Full Festival Pass is available for $70; Special Saturday-only four film “Salute to Universal Horror” pass is $32.

Details, posters, and movie trailers here at Big Screen Classics

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