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NY! Indie horror classics in Anthology’s Industrial Terror series this month

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In the week leading up to Halloween, Manhattan’s Anthology Film Archives (32 Second Avenue) will present an eclectic assortment of classic and cult independent fright features in a festival called Industrial Terror.

Despite the moniker, Industrial Terror (running October 24-31) is not a steampunk series, but rather a group of movies made by regional filmmakers who cut their teeth on industrial shorts—and examples of the latter will be shown with each feature as well. The films range from famous flicks like George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BLOOD FEAST and Herk Harvey’s CARNIVAL OF SOULS to lesser-known but noteworthy titles such as William Girdler’s ABBY, Larry Yust’s HOMEBODIES and William Dear and Thomas L. Dyke’s NORTHVILLE CEMETERY MASSACRE, plus the New York premiere of a newly discovered print of Zoltan G. Spencer’s THE SATANIST. All the features will be presented in 35mm save ABBY, which will be shown in 16mm; the complete schedule is:

Friday, October 24
7:15 p.m.: BLOOD FEAST plus CARVING MAGIC
9:15 p.m.: CARNIVAL OF SOULS plus NONE FOR THE ROAD

Saturday, October 25
7 p.m.: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD plus Latent Image Commercial Reel
9:30 p.m.: ABBY plus short film TBA

Sunday, October 26
6 p.m.: HOMEBODIES plus LIVE OR DIE
9:30 p.m.: NORTHVILLE CEMETERY MASSACRE plus JUMP

Monday, October 27
7 p.m.: THE SATANIST plus THE LOST INDUSTRIAL FILMS OF ZOLTAN G. SPENCER?
9:15 p.m.: BLOOD FEAST plus CARVING MAGIC

Tuesday, October 28
6:45 p.m.: CARNIVAL OF SOULS plus NONE FOR THE ROAD
9 p.m.: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD plus Latent Image Commercial Reel

Wednesday, October 29
6:45 p.m.: ABBY plus short film TBA
9 p.m.: HOMEBODIES plus LIVE OR DIE

Thursday, October 30
6:45 p.m.: NORTHVILLE CEMETERY MASSACRE plus JUMP
9:15 p.m.: THE SATANIST plus THE LOST INDUSTRIAL FILMS OF ZOLTAN G. SPENCER?

Friday, October 31
7 p.m.: ABBY plus short film TBA
9:30 p.m.: HOMEBODIES plus LIVE OR DIE

For more info on the series, click here.

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Michael Gingold has been a member of the FANGORIA team for the past three decades. After starting as a writer for the magazine in 1988, he came aboard as associate editor in 1990 and two years later moved up to managing editor. He now serves as editor-in-chief of the magazine while continuing to contribute numerous articles and reviews, as well as a contributing editor/writer for this website.
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