CUJO
1983, Paramount, 93 min, USA, Dir: Lewis Teague

When a young boy’s Saint Bernard contracts rabies, the once-friendly animal becomes a creature of hellish ferocity and lethal terror in a rural American town. Watch Beethoven go for blood in this frightfully entertaining adaptation of the Stephen King novel.


POPCORN
1991, 91 min, USA, Dir: Mark Herrier, Alan Ormsby

The fledgling film department of the University of California, Berkeley has problems in gaining recognition, and film professor Mr. Davis has an idea how to overcome them… He and his students organize an all-night horror film festival to be held at Dreamland, an abandoned movie theater. Dr. Mnesyne, owner of film memorabilia, provides them with appropriate gimmicks for the films chosen for the festival. As the festival begins, a homicidal maniac stalks the theater, blurring the lines between film and terrifying reality.


THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL
2009, Magnet Releasing, 95 min, USA, Dir: Ti West

Set in the 1980s (and paying homage to slasher and haunted-house films of the era), this suspenseful horror favorite follows college student Samantha Hughes (Jocelin Donahue), who takes a babysitting job at a remote mansion, only to become the focus of a satanic cult. With Mary Woronov, Greta Gerwig, and Dee Wallace.


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