12 hours of horror movie mayhem!

The All-Nite Scream-O-Rama!

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Twelve straight hours of horror movie mayhem!  Pay to get in … pray to get out!

Get ready, boys and ghouls, to stay up all-nite at the sickest, scariest, most scream-errific cinematic slaughterhouse you’ve ever seen! It’s guaranteed to curdle your blood, raise your hair and give your gag reflexes a real workout, so all scaredy cats need not attend! Thrills and chills await you throughout the night as we unleash SEVEN hand-picked horror classics that are so scandalously shocking, the only way to hold on to your sanity is to keep repeating to yourself – “it’s only a movie, it’s only a movie, it’s only movie …”   Bring your pillows and wear your pajamas for a cinematic slumber party massacre that you just might not survive!

PLUS: Scary shorts, trashy trailers, ghoulish trivia games and prizes, horrifying drink specials, our infamously delicious “meat cups,” and collectible barf bags for all chickens with weak stomachs!

*Start times are approximate*

The Shining | 7:00pm

“Gloriously diabolical, meticulously detailed and never less than fascinating.’” – Janet Maslin, New York Times

“Heeeeere’s Johnny!” Jack Nicholson suffers from one helluva case of writer’s block and his family isn’t exactly thrilled about it as their winter vacation turns into a real nightmare filled with murder, madness and creepy twins in Stanley Kubrick’s legendarily eccentric adaption (promoted as “The First Epic Horror Film”) of Stephen King’s bestselling novel.  (Dir. by Stanley Kubrick, 1980, USA/UK, 146 mins., Rated R)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre / 35mm Print! | 9:40pm

“A bona-fide classic. Tobe Hooper’s unrelenting assault on the senses is one of the most streamlined, sadistic horror movies ever made, intent on just one thing: scaring the s**t out of you.” – Total Film

The family that slays together stays together in Tobe Hooper’s gritty, gruesome horror classic that asked the burning question, “Who Will Survive, and What Will Be Left of Them?”   Five young friends take a road trip to rural Texas, only to be hunted and terrorized by a chainsaw-wielding lunatic named Leatherface and his depraved family of grave-robbing, slaughterhouse-owning, barbeque-loving cannibals!  (Dir. by Tobe Hooper, 1974, USA, 83 mins., Rated R)

Fright Night (1985) / 35mm print! | 11:10pm

Fright Night is an ‘80s horror gem; well-written and acted with lots of laughs and enough of a creepy vibe to satisfy most any horror fan.” – Bloody Good Horror

A horror movie-loving teenager discovers that his charming next-door-neighbor is really a bloodthirsty vampire, and naturally no one believes him, forcing him to recruit a washed-up horror movie star (played by Roddy McDowell) to help him put an end to old fang-face’s reign of terror in this funny,  scary, and yes, even charming ‘80s horror classic! (Dir. by Tom Holland, 1985, USA, 106 mins., Rated R)

Green Room | 1:00am

Green Room means business, the nastiest kind. You’ve been warned.  A tense, nerve-shredding B-movie.” – Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

A scrappy punk rock band lands the worst gig ever when they’re forced to fight for their lives against a gang of murderous neo-Nazis while trapped in a backwoods music venue.  A relentless, white-knuckle siege thriller (in the vein of Carpenter’s Assault on Precinct 13, only with more punk rock music), with some serious horror and gore thrown into the mix, Green Room is the ultimate battle of the bands popcorn flick. Starring Anton Yelchin and Patrick Stewart as an evil white supremacist.  (Dir. by Jeremy Saulnier, 2016, USA, 95 mins., Rated R)

Trick ‘r Treat | 2:40am

“Has the feel of an old school horror classic, with twists, turns and creepy atmosphere … a horror movie that actually does Halloween justice.” – Horror Freak News

Halloween is supposed to be the scariest night of the year, and this fun and freaky horror anthology is just the movie to prove it!  Gather round, boys and ghouls, and shudder in fear as five terror-tastic tales, all set on Halloween, unfold:  a seemingly mild-mannered high school principal hides a shocking secret life; a college-age virgin may have just met the right guy … or not; a group of teenagers pull a vicious prank with unexpected results; a woman who hates Halloween has to contend with her holiday-hating husband; and a mean old man meets his match with a demonic trick-or-treater.  Starring Anna Paquin, Brian Cox and Dylan Baker.  (Dir. by Michael Dougherty, 2007, USA, 82 mins., Rated R)

Return of the Living Dead / 35mm print! | 4:10am

“For pure eighties, punk rock, walking dead, brain eating mayhem, this is the film to watch!” – Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed

It’s Punk Rockers vs. the Undead when two bumbling employees at a medical supply warehouse accidentally release a mysterious vapor into the air, causing the residents of a nearby cemetery to rise from their graves, hungry to chow down on the brains of a gang of hard-partying punks who just want to have fun.  Can the zombie menace be contained before it spreads around the world?  An awesomely entertaining mix of humor, gore and punk music from the writer of the original Alien!   (Dir. by Dan O’Bannon,, 1985, USA, 91 mins., Rated R)

Cat in the Brain | 5:40am

“A splatter lover’s dream!  Outlandish, laughably over-the-top and nauseating.” – DVD Drive In

Infamous Italian horror maestro Lucio Fulci, director of Zombie and The Beyond, directs and stars in this blood-soaked epic as a horror director being driven insane by his own movies.  Cue an ultra-violent avalanche of chainsaw mayhem, cannibalism, decapitations, lusty Nazis, orgies, eye-gougings and of course, flesh-hungry cats!  Is this life imitating art, or what?  A wild, ridiculously over-the-top postmodern splatter extravaganza that really delivers the goods –what more could a horror fan ask for? (Dir. by Lucio Fulci, 1990, Italy, dubbed in English, 93 mins., Rated R)