Through The Looking Glass, 1976 - Directed by Jonas Middelton. A spectacular mix of adult and horror. Music by Arlon Ober. In this cult epic, A rich socialite, played by Catherine Burgess, descends into a a surreal, sexual hell. Also features a career best Jamie Gillis, and Terri Hall.
Three babies are simultaneously born in the same hospital at the peak of a full solar eclipse. Ten years later, these adorable youngsters suddenly begin a kiddie killing spree of stranglings, shootings, stabbings, beatings and beyond. Can the town’s grownups stop these pint-sized serial killers before their blood-soaked birthday bash? K.C. Martel (E.T., GROWING PAINS), Joe Penny (JAKE AND THE FAT MAN), Michael Dudikoff (AMERICAN NINJA), screen legends Susan Strasberg and José Ferrer, and MTV vixen Julie Brown –- whose nude bedroom dance remains a landmark of celebrity skin –- star in this still-controversial shocker from director Ed Hunt (THE BRAIN, DIARY OF A SINNER), now featuring an all-new HD transfer from the original vault elements.
85 minutes. In English. Unrated. A Severin Films release.
On the surface, the Smiths are an average American family, with a happily married mother and father, a moody 16-year-old daughter, and a distracted 18-year-old son. But patriarch Matt Smith appears a bit on edge, and the family is eerily damaged by something in its past.
One night when a sweet-talking preacher carrying a briefcase arrives at their home after his car is disabled on a nearby road, it seems like this Christian man’s presence may be just the breath of fresh air the family needs. But are the Smiths are ready for the atonement this neighborly guest has in store?
This creepy thriller, set in the deep woods of Texas suburbia, moves at a steady pace and culminates in an unexpected reckoning of the family’s dark and horrific past. The ensemble cast of newcomers helps keep the story taut with suspense, while first-time director/writer Philip Gelatt creates a haunting portrait of a family that may not deserve to escape its sins.
If you miss tonight’s screening it’ll be playing the next two days, will have a theatrical run starting May 13th, or you can watch it on Video On Demand.
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Wes (Dustin Fasching) is a burned out photographer paying the bills shooting weddings. Fi (Sarah Lassez) is the author of a series of zombie novellas called, The Dead Survive. They are lovers who, at one time, were at the top of their creative game, but now have misplaced their muse. When Fi begins to show signs of mental illness, Wes does everything in his power to help her get better. But darker forces lurk inside her, and soon they realize the true horror of the situation. Fighting against a disturbed entity, they rediscover inspiration in the grimmest corners of this musical horror movie.