The All-Nite Scream-O-Rama!

saturday, MARCH 30 at 7:00pm | GENERAL ADMISSION: $17 • LOFT MEMBERS: $15

Twelve non-stop hours of horror movie mayhem! Pay to get in … pray to get out! The Substance Coffee Diner food truck will be here from 11pm – 2am.

It’s baaaaack! 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 will answer the question: “Who will survive, and what will be left of them?”

PLUS: 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*

7:00pm – Psycho

“A singular masterpiece that still has the power to enthrall and appall.” – Empire

“We all go a little mad sometimes …” Alfred Hitchcock’s groundbreaking, still-terrifying slasher shocker, starring Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh and someone named Mrs. Bates, scared the world out of the shower, proved that a boy’s best friend is his mother, and forever changed the (screaming) face of horror cinema! (Dir. by Alfred Hitchcock, 1960, USA, 109 mins., Rated R)

9:00pm – The Blob (1988) / 35mm print!

“A fun, gory, well-made monster movie with killer special effects and a refreshing sense of humor.” – Digital Bits

A giant jello shot from outer space crash lands on Earth and proceeds to gobble up a small California town, and only a pair of crafty teenagers can even hope stop it, in this fun and fast ‘80s remake of the ‘50s horror classic, filled with wonderfully gooey, gory, gruesome practical effects and a mullet-wearing Kevin Dillon! From the director of A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors! (Dir. by Chuck Russell, 1988, USA, 95 mins., Rated R)

10:40pm – Candyman

“A knock out! Arguably the best ‘90s horror film of them all.” – Bloody Disgusting

Genre great Tony Todd stars as a hook-handed supernatural killer who appears after his name is uttered five times, spitting out swarms of bees and haunting a housing project in Chicago, in this intensely frightening look at racial politics and urban legends, based on a short story by Clive Barker. (Dir. by Bernard Rose, 1992, USA, 99 mins., Rated R)

12:25am – Society

“If ever a movie could be described as ‘delightfully f**ked up,’ Society would fit the bill … a sick, smart movie that hits the gag reflex and the funny bone.” – Oh, the Horror!

Class warfare turns disgusting when a blue collar teen discovers that his town’s social elite have a very unusual way of maintaining the status quo, culminating in one of the most delightfully sick “gross-out body horror” endings in fright flick history (with SFX courtesy of Screaming Mad George), in this inventively nasty satire from the producer of Re-Animator and From Beyond! (Dir. by Brian Yuzna, 1989, USA, 99 mins., Rated R)

2:15am – Train to Busan

“The most purely entertaining zombie film in some time … along with the social commentary, it’s also just a wildly fun and horrific action movie.” –

Snowpiercer meets Dawn of the Dead in this hugely entertaining horror/thriller from South Korea following a group of terrified passengers fighting their way through a countrywide zombie outbreak while trapped onboard a suspicion-filled, blood-drenched bullet train ride to Busan, a southern city that has managed to hold off the zombie hordes … or so everyone hopes! (Dir. by Yeon Sang-ho, 2016, South Korea, in Korean with English subtitles, 118 mins., Not Rated)

4:15am – The Howling / 35mm print!

“Lots of genuine scares and laughs, with truly astounding SFX … one of the best werewolf movies ever and a real treat for horror fans.” – Horror Freak News

There’s a bad moon rising when a TV reporter (‘80s genre fave Dee Wallace, star of E.T. and Cujo) visits an isolated mountain resort and discovers that the residents are all hungry, howling werewolves in director Joe Dante’s influential, franchise-spawning horror/comedy loaded with astonishing practical SFX (courtesy of Oscar-winner Rob Bottin, who also grossed us out with his work in John Carpenter’s The Thing), cheeky horror movie references, and an all-star cast of B-movie greats like John Carradine and Dick Miller. Nice doggie! (Dir. by Joe Dante, 1981, USA, 91 mins., Rated R)

5:20am – Two Thousand Maniacs!

“As far as ultra-gory, low-budget, campy drive-in classics go, it’s hard to top the yokels of Two Thousand Maniacs!” – Pop Horror

In this southern-fried, blood-soaked “Hicksploitation” drive-in camp classic from the legendary gore film pioneer Herschell Gordon Lewis (Blood Feast), three Yankee couples on vacation are lured to the small Southern town of Pleasant Valley, where the weird locals treat them to a shocking dose of Southern hospitality involving sadistic games, limb removal and frantic banjo music! A hilariously odd landmark in horror cinema, Two Thousand Maniacs! became an acknowledged influence on everything from Tobe Hooper’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre to James Wan’s Saw franchise. “Oh, the South is gonna rise again!” (Dir. by Herschell Gordon Lewis, 1964, USA, 83 mins., Not Rated)