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Toronto: HORROR-RAMA Convention Presents “BLACK SUNDAY” Hosted by Barbara Steele

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Toronto-based horror convention HORROR-RAMA, a two-day fan event happening in Toronto, Canada this November 1-2, 2014 (check out the preliminary news item here) is excited to announce the official off-site Saturday night screening: Mario Bava’s classic Italian horror film BLACK SUNDAY, hosted by its star and HORROR-RAMA guest of honor, Barbara Steele!

The screening will happen at THE REVUE CINEMA (400 Roncesvalles Ave), Toronto’s oldest operating movie house, at 7 p.m. sharp on Saturday, November 1st. Lady Steele will introduce the film and then engage in a post-show Q&A. Ticket price is $10 or FREE with your HORROR-RAMA VIP pass (details about the VIP packages will announce soon).

Check out the poster below…

BLACK SUNDAY (aka THE MASK OF SATAN) sees Steele and Bava at the peak of their powers, a pivotal film in the ensuing cannon of great Italian gothic horror pictures. Steele essays two roles, that of a delicate maiden and centuries old witch in a gruesome, atmospheric tale photographed in silver-toned black and white and filled with violence and genuine terror. A masterpiece of golden-age European horror…

Steele is one of many guests at HORROR-RAMA’s weekend-long fan party. Also appearing are pioneering shock rocker Nivek Ogre, of the industrial performance-art band Skinny Puppy; psychosexual horror author Michael Slade (HEADHUNTER, GHOUL), filmmaker and author Jovanka Vuckovic; FX legend, actor and filmmaker, Tom Savini, British born, Toronto based FX artist Paul Jones (NIGHTBREED, SILENT HILL, NURSE 3D); FRANKENHOOKER starlet Patty Mullen; costume designer Alex Kavanagh (SAW, GINGER SNAPS, LAND OF THE DEAD, REPO!) and Tim Burton’s former muse, actress model Lisa Marie (SLEEPY HOLLOW, ED WOOD, MARS ATTACKS).

The brainchild of Toronto cult cinema institution SUSPECT Video and its owner Luis Ceriz and FANGORIA editor Chris Alexander, HORROR-RAMA is a niche convention, bringing together legends of horror cinema and dark pop culture for an intimate and interactive couple of days in the heart of the city at expansive gallery space 99 SUDBURY.

More guests and events will be announced over the next several weeks, so stay tuned and be sure to visit the HORROR-RAMA Facebook page and official site for even more details.

And YES, we’ll be announcing ticket sales soon too so stay tuned!

Black Sunday Poster

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