Animals Gone Wild! - Two Nights of Ferocious 1970s 35mm Triple Features
Name: Animals Gone Wild! - Two Nights of Ferocious 1970s 35mm Triple Features
Date: June 23, 2017 - June 25, 2017
Trip Builder: View Trip
For centuries they have been hunted for bounty, sport and food... now it's time for revenge! Exhumed Films and the Mahoning Drive-In Theater present a weekend of Mother Nature run amuck, with six fang-tastic features of gnawing, clawing, hopping horror that will leave you squirming in fear! Friday, June 23rd: GRIZZLY (1976) - It's 18 feet of gut-crunching terror on a rampage in a state park! Not since JAWS have audiences witnessed such man-eating fury! Directed by William (THE MANITOU) Girdler and starring Christopher (GATES OF HELL) George. NIGHT OF THE LEPUS (1972) - How many eyes does horror have? How many times will terror strike? Brace yourself for fifteen feet of furry vengeance as an army of hungry mutant hares devour the countryside and everything in their path. Starring Stuart (EATEN ALIVE) Whitman, Janet (PSYCHO) Leigh and Rory (MOTEL HELL) Calhoun. DAY OF THE ANIMALS (1977) - Something is out there... and very, very deadly! A group of unsuspecting hikers have the misfortune to be caught in the mountains on the day nature decides to strike back over a depleted ozone layer. But the animals aren't the only thing they need to fear. From the makers of GRIZZLY, starring Christopher George, Richard Jaeckel and Leslie Nielsen. Saturday, June 24th: SQUIRM (1976) - This is the night of the crawling terror! A freak storm and downed power lines drive millions of voracious flesh-eating worms to the earth's surface to terrorize a rural Georgia community. Who will survive? And who will be wormface? Directed by Jeff (BLUE SUNSHINE, JUST BEFORE DAWN) Lieberman. FROGS (1972) - Today the pond... tomorrow the world! Nature's vengeance begins with a croak and a scream! Watch out Sam Elliot, Joan Van Ark, and Ray Milland: if the amphibians don't get you, then the reptiles, bugs or birds will! KINGDOM OF THE SPIDERS (1977)- The mysterious deaths of local livestock are linked to swarms of migrating tarantulas... soon they are everywhere and there is no escape! William Shatner, Tiffany Bolling and Woody Strode are among the human beings on the menu.