Foreign Horror Double-feature

Foreign Horror Double-feature

Showtimes

Saturday, Aug 31
7:00pm

Join us for an end-of-the-summer night of creepy, gore and more.

the silence of the tomb movie poster
Un silencio de tumba
Director: 
Jesús Franco
Country: 
Spain
Year: 
1976
Runtime: 
83 minutes

From IMDB user:

...enjoyable Jess Franco thriller

23 January 2014 | by Darkling_Zeist

While not exactly the consensus of opinion, I actually found 'Un Silenzio de Tumba' to be a rather magnificent, enjoyable and surprisingly chaste Jess Franco thriller. The low-key, Agatha Christie-style pot-boiler concerns the fervid, and soon to be murderous goings-on during a not-so swinging soiree held on a isolated island retreat. Franco really delivers on the escalating tension and creepy atmospherics here; many erroneously simply think of him as a hyper-psychedelic T & A man (and, to be far, he might well be the best!) but he was also a highly skilled filmmaker, and I genuinely feel that 'Un Silencio De Tumba' is ample proof of his fine artistry. 'Un Silencio de Tumba' is a racking yarn, and would certainly be appealing to all obsessive, euro-cultists and uber-biased Franco obsessives alike! Top Hole! (And like many other laudable Franco efforts this also boasts a tremendously effective score.)

etigma movie poster
ESTIGMA
Director: 
José Ramón Larraz
Country: 
Spain | Italy
Year: 
1980
Runtime: 
86 minutes

The death of Sebastian's father engenders in him pathological fears and hallucinations. His death wishes seem to cause horrible accidents, which he is unable to control. When his older brother dies, he feels that he has caused it. He undergoes hypnosis, but his apparent supernatural powers continue. As his own life nears its end, he becomes even more violent and sadistic. 

Special Admission

$8 suggested