SATURDAY, JUNE 2 AT 7:00PM | SOLD OUT
PLEASE NOTE: WE CANNOT ACCEPT PASSES FOR THIS EVENT
The Big Daddy’s Burgers Food Truck will be here starting at 6pm!
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*
7:00pm: Scream / 35mm print!
“Essential! The best celebration of ‘scary movies’ to ever hit the screen, and one of the slasher genre’s few true masterpieces.’” – Oh, the Horror!
“What’s your favorite scary movie?” A gang of terrorized teenagers are about to answer that question, and not all of them are going to live to hear Ghostface’s follow-up inquiry, in terror maestro Wes Craven’s funny/scary meta-horror hit that brought the slasher genre back from the dead and gave us all a refresher course on the rules for surviving a horror movie! (Dir. by Wes Craven, 1996, USA,, 111 mins., Rated R)
9:00pm: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors / 35mm Print!
“This is what a sequel ought to be. A scary, gory thrill-ride made by people who understood what made the original tick. The crowning achievement of the series.” – 1,000 Misspent Hours
Freddy’s back to make a whole new batch of sleep-deprived kids wish they’d never even heard of Elm Street in this superior sequel that finds the original film’s star Heather Langenkamp returning as Nancy, who’s now a psychiatrist trying to stop the skewer-fingered killer from offing a group of teen patients in a mental hospital. Packed with dazzlingly surreal SFX, a rockin’ theme song by Dokken, and a young Patricia Arquette making her film debut, this one will really keep you up all night! (Dir. by Chuck Russell, 1987, USA, 96 mins., Rated R)
“One of the most frightening films since The Shining … creates an overwhelming sense of terror that stays with us long after the film has ended.”- Cinema Autopsy
A mysterious VHS tape causes anyone who watches it to receive a weird phone call and then die one week later, and a young journalist decides to figure out what the hell’s going on in this ultra-creepy, truly-terrifying supernatural thriller from Japan that inspired a Hollywood remake and kicked-off the early 2000’s American craze for J-Horror flicks! (Dir. by Hideo Nakata, 1998, Japan, in Japanese with English subtitles, 96 mins., Not Rated)
12:40am: The Autopsy of Jane Doe
“Deliciously morbid! This is darker, nastier and smarter than your average horror film … a highly worthwhile journey into the macabre.” – Flickering Myth
A father and son coroner team experience a VERY weird night in the morgue while attempting to identify the body of a recently deceased woman – a body that seems to harbor more than a few dark secrets – leading to a series of shocking events that may put them BOTH in a casket! A scarily unpredictable supernatural shocker that feels like an Edgar Allan Poe story on crack, this underrated chiller stars Brian Cox (Super Troopers, The Ring) and Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild). From the director of Troll Hunter! (Dir. by André Øvredal, 2016, UK/USA, 99 mins., Rated R)
2:30am: The Descent
“Brutal, bloody, terrifying, astonishing … and so tense, it’ll leave you aching.” – Empire
A group of daredevil women see their caving expedition in the Appalachian Mountains go straight to hell when they find themselves trapped and hunted by a pack of blind (and very nasty) underground humanoids, in this horrifyingly claustrophobic scream-fest that’s guaranteed to have you gasping for breath and vowing to never enter a cave for the rest of your life! (Dir. by Neil Marshall, 2005, UK, 99 mins., Rated R)
4:00am: Slumber Party Massacre
“A fun blend of horror and humor, with a bit of a feminist twist. The ladies aren’t just surviving here, they’re doing everything!” – Bloody Good Horror
An escaped mental patient with an over-sized power drill (paging Dr. Freud!) decides to crash a high school slumber party, and the girls are like, totally freaking out – but also kicking some major butt – in this goofy and gory, low-budget, female-written and directed ‘80s slasher classic from the Roger Corman factory. The film that answers the burning question: is it OK to eat pizza off the mutilated body of a dead delivery guy? (Dir. by Amy Jones, 1982, USA, 77 mins., Rated R)
5:30am: The Beyond / 35mm print!
“A towering masterpiece… one of the most compelling, audacious and hyper-gory zombie films of all time. The Beyond rocks, pure and simple.” – Gorezone
From infamous Italian horror master Lucio Fulci comes the ultimate in disgusting supernatural terror. A cursed hotel, built over one of the seven gateways to hell, becomes a malevolent abyss that begins devouring both the bodies and the souls of all who enter in a graphic frenzy of gory crucifixions, brutal chain-whippings, eyeball impalements, sulphuric acid meltdowns, flesh-eating tarantulas, throat-shredding demon dogs and ravenous bloodthirsty zombies. Have fun, kiddies! (Dir. by Lucio Fulci, 1981, Italy, dubbed in English, 87 mins., Rated R)