October 25-27 at the Trylon
If you’re leaving the comforts of civilization, make sure to pack a hatchet and a whole lot of guns. It gets mighty dark and a little lonely out there, and the locals may see you city folk as a threat . . . or their next meal!
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(1977, DCP, 90m) dir Wes Craven w/Susan Lanier-Bramlett, Robert Houston, Michael Berryman. Stranded at the edge of a nuclear testing ground, the Carter family retires to the comfort of their modern camper trailer. But another family watches them hungrily from the hills. Craven’s second family-horror film is not for the whole family. FRI 7:00 SAT 9:15 SUN 5:00
(1999, 35mm, 101m) dir Antonia Bird w/Guy Pearce, Robert Carlyle, Joseph Runningfox. In the mid-19th century West, a disturbing secret lies in the wilderness near Fort Spencer. When a stranger arrives with horrifying tales, a rescue team is sent out. Bird’s slightly disguised telling of the story of real-life cannibal Alferd Packer has its tongue planted firmly in cheek. But whose tongue is it? FRI 9:00 SAT/SUN 7:00