SF in SF \ Science Fiction. San Francisco. A Perfect Fit
JUMP START YOUR WEEKEND with our monthly double-feature science fiction film night!
Saturday, October 25
Happy Hallowe'en! We round off 2008 with a special Saturday night double feature and a party - theatre seats 45, so come early for a good seat. First come, first seated.
Cash bar and doors open at 6:30PM
FREE movies! FREE popcorn! FREE snacks (but no tricks!)
Cash bar - all proceeds & tips benefit Variety Children's Charity
7:00 PM - THE HAUNTING (1963) 112 mins. Based on the novel "The Haunting of Hill Hse" by Shirley Jackson - the most atmospheric, spooky, scary, well-acted ghost story ever put on film. Truly a classic - with Julie Harris and Claire Bloom (not to be confused with that awful thing with Zeta-Jones and Liam Neeson a few years back - that one sucked. This one doesn't)
there will be a short intermission between films
DON'T LOOK NOW - (1974) 110 mins.- a classic, based on the short story by Daphne DuMaurier. With Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie, this film directed by Nicholas Roeg was nominated for, and won, numerious awards, including the BAFTRAs and an Edgar. An American architect living in Venice, Italy with his wife on a getaway after the death of their young daughter, begins to question his sanity when he begins having a series of disturbing and fragmented premonitions which coincides with a series of murders in the city.
The Variety Preview Room Theatre
The Hobart Building - Entrance is between Quizno's and Citibank
582 Market Street at Montgomery, San Francisco
seating is limited, and is first-come/first-seated
DON'T DRIVE - Saturday night before Hallowe'en means no parking spaces. We STRONGLY suggest you take BART or MUNI! The Montgomery Street stop is steps from our front door
questions - email firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone night of event - 415-572-1015
Official Website: http://www.sfinsf.org
Added by SFinSFEvents on April 1, 2008