Film

Black Sunday + Possibly in Michigan

 
 
Sat, Feb 15, 2014
  • 4:30PM
  • 9:30PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 99min
RATED: R
GENERAL ADMISSION: $13
MEMBERS: $8 (Movie Moguls free)
STUDENTS/SENIORS:  $9 (29 and under with a valid ID, Mon—Thu)
 
 
 
 
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Black Sunday

Directed by Mario Bava
1960, 87min, 35mm
With Barbara Steele.

 

Mario Bava commenced his career-long exploration of perverse sexuality in this delirious and flamboyantly romantic adaptation of a ghostly folk tale by Gogol. Widely considered his best film, it also launched Barbara Steele’s career as the ultimate horror actress. Unreeling like a relentless nightmare in which Steele is killed as a witch and returns from the crypt two centuries later to wreak revenge, a role she plays with wicked sensuality.

"A rich draught of vampire's blood. With it's crypts and cobwebs and eerie old castles set in batty, steamy forests, it's sumptuous enough to have acquired a considerable reputation."

—Pauline Kael

 
Possibly in Michigan

Directed by Cecelia Condit
1983, 12min, DCP

 

Set in a suburban landscape tinged with surrealism, this darkly funny, richly metaphorical fairy-tale riff finds two beauties (with a love of “violence and perfume”) taking down a sinister beast.

 
 
 
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