Badmovies.org Forum

Movies => Press Releases and Film News => Topic started by: cyberschizoid on March 18, 2013, 06:51:50 AM



Title: DOCTOR X (1932) + THEATRE OF BLOOD (1973) DOUBLE BILL SCREENING!
Post by: cyberschizoid on March 18, 2013, 06:51:50 AM
Cyberschizoid, Filmbar70, Dr Karen Oughton and Shock Horror Magazine celebrate the Classic Horror Campaign's Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award nomination for Best Website with a special KRAZY KILLERS horror double bill at the Roxy Bar and Screen near London Bridge.

* DOCTOR X (1932)
* THEATRE OF BLOOD (1973)
* Sunday 24th March @3pm
* Roxy Bar & Screen, Borough High Street, London Bridge
* Only 6 admission!
* FREE copies of SHOCK HORROR Magazine!
* Bar opens 1pm - food available!
* Special intro from Dr Karen Oughton!

Buy tickets from - http://www.wegottickets.com/event/204195

The BBC2 horror double bills of the 1970s and 1980s are a distant, happy memory. Many classic horror films are now deemed suitable for family viewing, most are ripping yarns and have inspired other film-makers, artists, authors and generally enriched our lives.

Now you can recapture those halcyon days of the old BBC2 Saturday night horror double bills in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere at one of London's premiere boutique cinema venues.

DOCTOR X (1932) - Produced before the Motion Picture Production Code was enforced this shocking early classic horror features themes such as murder, rape, cannibalism and prostitution!

THEATRE OF BLOOD (1973) - Considered to be one of Vincent Price's greatest movies, this fan favourite combines black humour with grand guignol to create a classic horror masterpiece.

For our future screenings check the CLASSIC HORROR CAMPAIGN website - http://www.classichorrorcampaign.com/events/