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With mainstream theaters flooded with holiday fare, New York
City’s 92YTribeca (200 Hudson Street) continues to offer up genre goodness over
the next few weeks, including a special appearance by one of horror’s greats.
On Wednesday, January 9 at 7 p.m., Don Coscarelli will be at
92YTribeca to host a special advance screening of his new exercise in screen
freakiness, JOHN DIES AT THE END, based on David Wong’s novel. Coscarelli will
do a Q&A after the movie, which will be followed by a 9:30 showing of his
original classic PHANTASM. This Thursday, December 20 at 7:30 p.m., the venue
will host a showing of Joaquín Romero Marchent’s CUT-THROATS NINE, a 1972
Spanish Western whose brutality and gore quotient led it to be marketed as a
horror film during its original U.S. release—with “terror masks” given out to
ticket buyers. It’s preceded by a collection of rare spaghetti Western trailers
(you can bone up on the bloodier side of that genre in Fango #319, now on sale,
which also has words with Coscarelli on JOHN DIES). For more details on these
and other 92YTribeca presentations, hit up the official website.
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