Italian Horror Night - Halloween 31 October 2007

image002.jpgEntry is £8 Dating back to 1915, this London-based film club is dusting off the cobwebs and relaunching, just as Italian cinema is experiencing a major revival. The Italian Film Society cordially invites you to join us for an Italian horror night Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) by Dario Argento. 1975 (126 min.) Doors open at 7:30 for an aperitif, courtesy of Peroni and Stormhoek Winery. Nibbles available for sale from the Blue Grotta. Screening starts at 8:00pm. Legions of horror fans the world over consider Deep Red to be Dario Argento's finest work to date, above event the highly renowned Suspiria. It was during this rich vein of cinematic form that Argento was given the unofficial titles of being "The Italian Hitchcock". Dario Argento's striking terror tale involves a series of bizarre murders predicted by a dead psychic and probed by English jazz musician David Hemmings and reporter Daria Nicolodi. Delving into the case, the pair encounter a haunted house, a little girl who likes to impale lizards, and other creepy goings-on. "Horror by definition is the emotion of pure revulsion. Terror by the same standard is that of fearful anticipation"---Dario Argento Entry is £8 Space is limited; kindly RSVP total number of guests to (visit for more info)