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New Jersey/Philadelphia’s Exhumed Films continues to dig up great stuff for their double features of vintage fear fare, and they’ve got a pair of shows (all in 35mm) this summer that will take you Down Under and confront you with EVIL.
This Friday, June 11, an Ozploitation celebration pairs rare prints of two features by director Richard Franklin: 1981’s ROAD GAMES puts trucker Stacy Keach and hitchhiker Jamie Lee Curtis on a highway to horror with a van-driving serial killer; and 1978’s PATRICK presents a comatose young man (Robert Thompson) who telekinetically strikes out against those around the nurse (Susan Penhaligon) who’s treating him. On Friday, August 27, Frank LaLoggia’s 1981 shocker FEAR NO EVIL (pictured above), with Stefan Arngrim as a high-schooler who’s actually the Antichrist, is teamed with TOWER OF EVIL (a.k.a. BEYOND THE FOG and THE HORROR OF SNAPE ISLAND), an unsung 1972 British slasher from director Jim O’Connolly packed with bloody shocks and nudity. Both double bills take place at Philly’s International House (3701 Chestnut Street), with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. and the movies starting at 8; admission is $10. Check out the Exhumed website for further info.
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