May 1: Take a dive deep into the films of a master with Molto Argento. A killer collection of murderous masterpieces, Molto Argento is a season of slick and stylish films from maestro Dario Argento. Featuring all of his very best films, including the absolutely untouchable first two films in his Three Mothers trilogy, and all of his standalone classics like Tenebrae, Deep Red and Phenomena, as well as team-ups with Lamberto Bava and George A. Romero; Molto Argento is a collection full of terrifying, nerves-splitting set pieces, brain-boggling whodunits, unforgettable lighting, astonishing camera moves and soundtracks that will take your roof off.
May 5: Psychotronic is a collection of far-out films all listed in Michael Weldon’s cult guide to the wildest movies ever made, and the film guide that Quentin Tarantino swears by, The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film. Described by Weldon as “(films) traditionally ignored or ridiculed by mainstream critics at the time of their release: horror, exploitation, action, science fiction, and movies that used to play in drive-ins or inner city grindhouses”, this is where you will find all our wildest, coolest stuff, such as Something Weird, The Crazies and The Baby.
There are also more Paul Joyce documentaries, including Mantrap: Straw Dogs: The Final Cut and Motion and Emotion: The Films of Wim Wenders, as well as two 60s films, Big Time Gambling Boss and A Woman Kills.
May 8: Hand of Death
May 12: Season: The Gore The Merrier has some of Arrow’s most artery-opening, guts-spilling films, such as Microwave Massacre, Island of Death and Inferno of Torture.
May 19: Masters of Horror offers nine directors whose game-changing work in the genre earned them that title (and a spot directing an episode of the legendary 2005 television show of the same name). Featuring cult classics from the likes of Dario Argento, George A. Romero, Lucio Fulci, Takashi Miike, Don Coscarelli, Stuart Gordon, John Landis, Lucky McKee and John McNaughton, these Masters unite for a collection showcasing their most absolutely must-see films, including Audition, Don’t Torture a Duckling and Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.
Plus Mansion of the Living Dead and House on the Edge of the Park.
May 22: Adam Cesare Selects: Adam Cesare is the Bram Stoker Award-Winning author of the young adult slasher novel Clown in a Cornfield and its sequels Clown in a Cornfield 2: Frendo Lives and the upcoming Clown in a Cornfield 3. Movies include The Stylist, The Crazies and Dark August.
May 26: Ghostly Goings-On is filled with haunting supernatural tales that will give you goosebumps and send shivers up your spine. There’s not a bedsheet with eye holes cut in it in sight, just ethereal apparitions and pulse-pounding phantoms dead set on ensuring you don’t get a wink of sleep tonight. Movies like Scared Stiff, 8-bit Ghost Hop and Lady Morgan’s Vengeance are part of this series.
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