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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Cinematheque To Screen Classic Horror Films on Halloween Weekend

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click to enlarge The Cinematheque will screen Tales From the Hood. - UNIVERSAL PICTURES
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The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque just announced that it’ll screen five classic horror films from three different countries and four different decades over the course of Halloween weekend (Oct. 28-31).

“We’ve always shown a scary movie or two for Halloween,” notes Cinematheque Director John Ewing in a press release. “But this year we’ve outdone ourselves with five very interesting and unusual choices. These are Halloween movies you won’t see at any other local cinema.”

The schedule includes Raw (Oct. 28 and 29), Tales from the Hood (Oct. 28 and 29), The Seventh Victim (Oct. 30 and 31), Dead of Night (Oct. 30 and 31) and Possession (Oct. 30 and 31).

All of the films will show in the Peter B. Lewis Theater. Face masks (not Halloween masks) are required for all attendees.

Check the Cinematheque website for ticket prices.

Free parking for filmgoers is available in Lot 73 and in the Institute’s annex lot, both located off of E. 117th Street south of Euclid Avenue. 

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