At our halloween screening of Frankenstein we showed Coffin Up, the winning entry in the Edinburgh 48 Hour Film Project 2012. It was conceived, written, filmed and edited over 48 hours from 18-20 May 2012.
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We had a great turn out of zombies including a topical Gaddafi Zombie shown here and they shuffled their way through Shawlands before the screening at 8 pm at The Shed.
The Night of the Living Dead will be showing at The Shed on Sunday 30th October. The film will start at 8pm, doors at 7pm and tickets are £6 on the door (£5 if bought before hand).
Thanks to Southside Happenings for the shout-out about our Halloween screenings alongside all the other great things happening southside this month.
The first screening is The Cabinet of Dr Caligari is on tomorrow at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall. The film will start at 8pm, doors at 7pm. Tickets are £5 (£6 on the door) and are available in advance, on the night and also online from Tickets Scotland.
The second film will be Night of the Living Dead at The Shed on Sunday 30th October. Again the film will start at 8pm, doors at 7pm. Tickets are £5 (£6 on the door) and are available in advance, on the night and also online from Tickets Scotland.
The second Halloween screening is the zombie classic the Night of the Living Dead.
It will screen at The Shed on Sunday 30 October.
The film will start at 8pm, doors at 7pm. Tickets are £5 (£6 on the door) and will be available on the night, at select events beforehand and online from Ticket Scotland.
Advance film tickets will be available from Young’s Interesting Books, Skirving St, Shawlands and at the following events in The Shed: Vintage Fair, 25 Sept & Bar Boot, 1st October. Tickets also available in advance at iBop, Pollok Ex-Servicemens Club, Fri 4 October.
We would love people to dress up and the film will be preceded by a Zombie walk through Shawlands -zombies meet at 6pm at The Shed for the Southside’s first zombie walk! There’ll also be a prize for best dressed zombie!
Cult Horror Classic: Night of the Living Dead (15), 1968, B&W, 96 mins
Sunday 30 October, 8pm, doors 7pm
Night of the Living Dead
The first film directed by George A. Romero, Night Of The Living Dead gave birth to the zombie walk used in every zombie film since (the walk was apparently based on silent film star Boris Karloff). Despite being in Black & White and a low budget indie film, Night Of The Living Dead, was a box office hit when released and has since become a cult classic.
Synopsis: Night of the Living Dead follows Ben (Duane Jones), Barbra (Judith O’Dea), and five others, who are trapped in a rural farmhouse in Pennsylvania and attempt to survive the night while the house is being attacked by mysteriously reanimated ghouls, otherwise known as zombies.
If it doesn’t scare you, you’re already dead!
It will screen on Sunday 16 October at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall.
The film will start at 8pm, doors at 7pm. Tickets are £5 (£6 on the door) and are available in advance, on the night and also online from Tickets Scotland (search by date or for Southside Film, with £1 booking fee).
Advance film tickets are available from Young’s Interesting Books, Skirving St, Shawlands and at iBop on Fri 4 October at Pollok ExServicemens Club, Titwood Rd, Crossmyloof.
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari/Das Kabinet des Dr Caligari with live Wurltizer cinema organ (U) 1919, B&W, 71 mins
Pollokshaws Burgh Hall
Sunday 16 October, 8pm
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari
Considered by many to be the best horror film of the silent era, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari/ Das Kabinet des Dr Caligari is a classic example of German expressionism and is still impressive today. The film was shocking and original when released, partly due to its twist ending, but also because of its warped and confused world and its twisted and crooked sets.
Synopsis: At a fair, Alan and his fiancée Jane meet Dr. Caligari and his somnambulist, Cesare, who can predict the future. Cesare reveals to Alan that he only has until dawn to live. This prediction proves true when Alan is murdered. Cesare becomes the prime suspect and then abducts Jane before dying himself. Dr. Caligari retreats to a mental asylum, where his truth is revealed.
Don’t miss this screening in the beautiful surroundings of Pollokshaws Burgh Hall! with Wurtlizer organ accompaniment by organist David Gray, Royal Academy of Music student & Young Organist of the Year. Licensed bar and ice cream available.