Argento's Deep Red & The Gates of Hell (City of the Living Dead); Fido's first

I hope you can join us as we celebrate the work of 2 legendary Italian horror film directors.  Up first is Dario Argento's Deep Red starring David Hemmings and Daria Nicolodi.  Many consider it the best giallo film ever.  City of the Living Dead is directed by Lucio Fulci.  It stars Catriona MacColl and Christopher George.  If you love horror films and are unfamiliar with the films of these directors, you owe it to yourself to come out for these two.

This will be a co-meetup with Greater Nashville's Horror, Suspense & Fantasy Meetup:


Link to Belcourt website and trailers:

Dinner at Fido's first for those interested. I'll be at Fido's at 9:00 p.m. It's across from Boscos and Sam's. My cell# is below if you don't spot us.

Parking information:

—Parking's always free in the Belcourt's lot when you're attending a movie (and do note that meters in Hillsboro Village are free on weekends, because there are times the Belcourt lot is completely full). However, you will need to get a parking pass.

—If you buy your ticket online and choose the "print at home" option, you'll have a parking pass attached to your ticket.

—If you buy your ticket at the box office, the Belcourt will actually give you a pass you can put on your dashboard (so you don't have to go back to the paystation and enter a code).

Derek will be in the lobby seated at a table at 9:50 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.  If you don't spot us or arrive later, call or text me at [masked]. I'll come out to the lobby and show you where we are sitting at.

The murder of a psychic leads to the discovery of something even stranger, a multigenerational tale of death, deceit, and secrets that reach out from the grave. A musician and an investigative journalist have to dig deep into the lives of everyone around them to find the secret of The House of The Screaming Child. With music by Goblin and Giorgio Gaslini. DEEP RED: Dir. Dario Argento, Italy, 1975, 106 min., R, 35mm.

The suicide of a priest in the town of Dunwich has unraveled the laws of nature. The dead walk among us, souls are being drained, viscera is flying left and right. Can the very Gates of Hell be closed before All Saints' Day, and stop the plague of the undead? One of the most infamous horror films of the early 80s. THE GATES OF HELL: Dir. Lucio Fulci, Italy, 1980, 93min, NR, 35mm


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  • JJ

    Sorry didn't make it out to the movies last night. Made a last minute diversion to the Danzig show and forgot to change my rsvp. Next time!

    October 12, 2013

  • Derek

    I look forward to seeing everyone tonight. You can spot me in a maroon polo shirt with tan pants. My cell is[masked] if you don't spot me.

    October 11, 2013

  • John B

    Having seen Argento's first film THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE earlier in the evening, I will be SO ready for this :)

    October 10, 2013

  • CJ

    Announce this, Derek! The world must know!

    October 1, 2013

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