Reel Weird Weekend - Three Nights Of Bizarre 35mm Drive-In Double Features
Name: Reel Weird Weekend - Three Nights Of Bizarre 35mm Drive-In Double Features
Date: August 31, 2018 - September 3, 2018
Trip Builder: View Trip
Real life not weird enough for you? Exhumed Films and the Mahoning Drive-In Theater have got you covered. This Labor Day weekend, August 31-Sept. 2, come out and get weird with us at the first annual REEL WEIRD WEEKEND! Three crazy double features over three far out nights starting at sundown! Tickets on sale now! https://www.ticketfly.com/venue/21329-the-mahoning-drive-in-theater/ For all you weekend warriors, overnight passes are available each night, and may be purchased at the ticket booth for just $10! Help us keep the weirdness going all night long! Friday, Aug. 31: ERASERHEAD (1977) - Jack Nance stars in David Lynch’s nightmarish debut feature as the unfortunate Henry Spencer who must cope with the unexpected pregnancy of his girlfriend who gives birth to a hideously deformed child that may or may not be human — and things begin to get strange from there. THE BABY (1973) - A social worker takes an interest in a strange family and their adult “baby”, in this little-screened cult gem from director Ted (MAGNUM FORCE, BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES) Post. Saturday, Sept 1: SUSPIRIA (1977) - Dario Argento’s unparalleled, candy-colored modern gothic horror masterpiece returns to the giant outdoor drive-in screen! HAUSU (1977) - Nobuhiko Obayashi’s description-defying, singular, surreal phantasmagoria depicts a group of schoolgirls visiting a strange house in the country that is home to a demon hungry for young virgins. Sunday, Sept 2.: ZARDOZ (1974) - Sean Connery in just a few short years went from starring as James Bond to playing a brutal, ponytail wearing man in a red thong who worships a giant stone phallic-like head, in John Boorman’s one-of-a-kind, brilliantly overblown futuristic cinematic wonder. A BOY AND HIS DOG (1975)- Director L.Q. Jones chronicles the dark adventures of a young man (Don Johnson) and his telepathic dog in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where women and food are at a high premium. Based on a novella by Harlan Ellison. All films presented in 35mm.