New Beverly Announces All-Night Horror Show Lineup, Plus 'Halloween' I and II Screening   

October 8, 2012 Holding what may be the best vintage horror fest in the country, the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles has just announced the lineup of its 5th Annual All-Night Horror Show!



This year's lineup includes the rare horror titles "Strange Behavior", "Night Monster" with Bela Lugosi, out-of-print Canadian slasher "Curtains", "Neon Maniacs", "Frankenhooker" and a sixth surprise feature.

That's on October 13.

Then, on October 27 as part of a Debra Hill Film Festival, the New Bev will screen John Carpenter's "Halloween", followed by "Halloween II" at midnight. John Carpenter will appear in person for the screening of his 1978 classic.

On Oct. 30 and 31, the New Bev will screen 1963's "Black Sabbath" directed by Mario Bava, and 1987's "From a Whisper to a Scream" (aka, "The Offspring").

Click here for the full October calendar.

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