EXHUMED FILMS PRESENTS:
Camp Blood – Part 3
August 25th & August 26th, 2017 at the Mahoning Drive-in Theater
Friday, Aug 25:
FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980) – The original killer thriller that started it all is back for another Camp Blood appearance. See Sean Cunningham’s classic on the big outdoor screen completely uncut with all the gory Tom Savini effects!
FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 8 (1989) – A group of high school graduates on a doomed trip to Manhattan are unaware that Death in a hockey mask is along for the ride!
MOTHER’S DAY (1980) – Charles Kaufman’s brutally demented backwoods survival horror-comedy-exploitation satire cult classic!
Saturday, Aug 26:
SLEEPAWAY CAMP 2: UNHAPPY CAMPERS (1988)- Angela is back… watch out Camp Rolling Hills!
SLEEPAWAY CAMP 3: TEENAGE WASTELAND (1989)- It’s massacre time once again when Angela returns… this time she’s punishing campers at Camp New Horizons.
SUMMER CAMP NIGHTMARE (1987)- “Dear Mom, The camp director is dead. The counselors are locked up and the kids are out of control. Having a wonderful time. Love, Marvin”
EXHUMED FILMS PRESENTS:
Sept 1st & Sept 2nd , 2017 at the Mahoning Drive-in Theater
Watch out – these ladies have had enough! Pushed to the brink of sanity, now they’re fighting back with a vengeance! Exhumed Films and the Mahoning Drive-In Theater present Lethal Ladies weekend: six films of violent female retribution! Getting even any way they know how…
MS. 45 (1981) – Zoe Tamerlis was a shy, mute seamstress until one day when she was pushed beyond the limits of human endurance… now she’s taking it out on any man that gets in her way! The shocking cult classic from Abel (DRILLER KILLER) Ferrara.
ANGEL (1984) – Donna Wilkes is Angel… she’ll do whatever she has to do to survive on the mean streets… an exemplary high school student by day, a street walker by night… When two of Angel’s friends fall prey to a vicious serial killer, Angel sets herself up as the bait in a deadly trap in this 80s exploitation gem!
LADY TERMINATOR (1989) – Barbara Ann Constable plays a beautiful, young anthropology student who unwittingly becomes possessed by a very pissed off ancient spirt that will stop at nothing to kill every living thing in it’s path! This unbelievable Indonesian rip-off of James Cameron’s THE TERMINATOR must be seen to be believed.
SWITCHBLADE SISTERS (1975) – Robbie Lee, Joanne Nail and Monica Gayle are three representatives of the “Dagger Debs”… girls that kill so easy, but love so hard! Jack Hill’s ultra-fun exploitation favorite restored by Quentin Tarantino’s Rolling Thunder Pictures comes to the big drive-in screen where it belongs!
SAVAGE STREETS (1984) – Linda Blair is a very pissed off teenage storm of death out to exact violent revenge on the gang that killed her friend and violated her handicapped sister. Directed by Danny (FRIDAY THE 13TH V: A NEW BEGINNING) Steinmann.
EBONY IVORY AND JADE (1973) – Roseanne Caton, Colleen Camp and Sylvia Anderson can lick any man ever made! Three foxy mamas turned loose against an international kidnapping ring in this action-packed Filipino martial arts-exploitation bonanza! Caton does all her own stunts!
**ALL PRESENTED IN GLORIOUS 35MM**
Tickets are available now! http://www.ticketfly.com/venue/21329-the-mahoning-drive-in-theater/
Overnight Passes will be available at the box office on both nights for just an additional $10!
EXHUMED FILMS & Alamo Drafthouse PRESENTS
Guilty Pleasures Marathon Part IV: In 3-D!
Saturday, September 16 at 1 PM
Show starts at 1 PM — $40 reserved seating
Exhumed Films is pleased to return to the Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers to present the fourth edition of The Guilty Pleasures Marathon, our annual assault of cinematic insanity. For this year’s marathon we present some of the greatest 3-D films of all time, projected from original 35mm prints using state of the art technology! The 1970’s and 1980’s saw a resurgence of three-dimensional movies, particularly in the realm of genre cinema. Some of the most infamous and beloved 3-D titles in history were released during this era; the majority have not seen the light of the projector bulb in over 30 years, but they are ready to be re-discovered! We will spotlight a combination of famous films and extreme rarities from the era. Our day long endurance test will include the following:
SPACEHUNTER: ADVENTURES IN THE FORBIDDEN ZONE
1983 / 35mm / Dir. Lamont Johnson / 90 minutes
FRIDAY THE 13TH PART III 3-D
1982 / 35mm / Dir. Steve Miner / 95 minutes
1983 / 35mm / Dir. Joe Alves / 99 minutes
1983 / 35mm / Dir. Richard Fleischer / 89 minutes
LOVE IN 3-D
1973 / 35mm / Dir. Walter Boos / 93 minutes
EXHUMED FILMS PRESENTS
George A. Romero’s Original DEAD Trilogy
3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Exhumed Films and International House Philadelhia are proud to present a celebration of one of our favorite directors, the late, great George Romero. Romero forever changed cinema with his groundbreaking film NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, and continued to shock and satirize American society with the sequels DAWN OF THE DEAD and DAY OF THE DEAD. George Romero’s original DEAD trilogy stands as one of the greatest achievements in horror movie history, and all three films are presented here on the same bill for a rare theatrical event. Join us to honor the art and influence of one of the finest filmmakers in the history of genre cinema.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
1968 / Dir. George A. Romero / 96 minutes
DAWN OF THE DEAD
1978 / Dir. George A. Romero / 127 minutes
DAY OF THE DEAD
1985 / Dir. George A. Romero / 96 minutes
In addition to the feature films, our George Romero tribute screening will also feature classic horror movie trailers, special guests connected to the films, prize giveaways, a zombie costume contest, and more! Tickets are on sale now—be here on October 1 for one of the biggest film events of the fall!In addition to the feature films, our George Romero tribute screening will also feature classic horror movie trailers, special guests connected to the films, prize giveaways, a zombie costume contest, and more! Tickets are on sale now—be here on October 1 for one of the biggest film events of the fall!
EXHUMED FILMS & PHILAMOCA PRESENTS:
Paperbacks from Hell with Grady Hendrix
Saturday, October 7 at 7:30 PM @ PhilaMOCA
In the early Seventies, three books changed horror forever: ROSEMARY’S BABY, THE EXORCIST, and THE OTHER. The first horror novels to hit bestseller lists since 1940, they opened the floodgates for an avalanche of horror paperbacks to pour onto supermarket shelves throughout the Seventies and Eighties until SILENCE OF THE LAMBS slit the genre’s throat in the early Nineties. Writer Grady Hendrix delivers a mind-melting oral history of this now forgotten world of Nazi leprechauns, skeleton doctors, killer crabs, killer jellyfish, killer babies, pretty much killer everything. Prepare yourself for a tour of this long-lost universe of terror that lurked behind the lurid, foil-embossed, die-cut covers of…the Paperbacks from Hell!!!!
Copies of Grady’s new book, Paperbacks From Hell, will be on sale at the event.
TICKETS $10 advance, $12 day-of, Doors 7:00, Show 7:30
Presented by Exhumed Films and PhilaMOCA.
EXHUMED FILMS PRESENTS:
24 Hour Horror-thon Part 11!
$55 General Admission / $45 IHP members
TICKETS TO THE 24 HOUR HORROR-THON WILL GO ON SALE ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 12 AT 5:00 PM. HORROR-THON WILL SELL OUT VERY QUICKLY THIS YEAR, SO BE READY TO ORDER RIGHT AT 5PM ON THE 12th!
To celebrate the joyous Halloween season—and our 20th anniversary!— Exhumed Films proudly presents the eleventh annual 24 Hour Horror-thon: a full 24 hour marathon of nonstop horror mayhem! We’ll start at noon on Saturday and go straight through until noon on Sunday. Exhumed will screen a total of fourteen fims, spanning decades of horror cinema. Like in years past, the lineup of films is being kept secret–people who come to the show will only find out what the features are as they unspool onto the screen. The show will be a combination of some popular horror titles mixed with some really rare gems. Plus we’ll run tons of classic trailers, shorts, and other oddities, all projected on 16 mm or 35 mm film. Can you stay awake for the entire 24 hours? Who will survive, and what will be left of them? Be here on October 28th to find out!
Doors open at 11:00am, screenings begin at noon
International House Philadelphia 3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
EXHUMED FILMS, AWESOME FEST & UNDERGROUND ARTS PRESENTS
Frizzi 2 Fulci: Live Tribute To The Films Of Lucio Fulci
21 and over $25 – $65 TICKETS ON SALE NOW