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Vintage 35mm Horror Returns to the 2016 Salt City Horror Fest

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This April sees the return of the 2016 Salt City Horror Fest which will once more feature a host of 35mm film prints playing out on the big screen. It’s the 11th annual festival which will be hosted at the Palace Theatre in New York and for horror fans it’s a great opportunity to check out some classic genre titles on vintage 35mm. This years will include screenings of both Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’ and even an extremely rare prints of director George A. Romero’s ‘Martin’ and horror author Clive Barker’s ‘Nightbreed’. There will also be screenings of ‘Event Horizon’, ‘The Warriors’, ‘The ‘Burbs’ and ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ which includes an introduction from author Ira Levin’s son Jed.

2016 Salt City Horror Fest

All the movie action kicks off at noon on April 16th:
MY LITTLE BUBBLES – Digital  (Local Short (intro by Dir. Michael Pizzano )
THE WARRIORS – 35mm (Introduction by Cinema Under the Influence)
MIDNIGHT – 35mm – (John Russo & John Amplas Q/A)
MARTIN – 35mm (Q/A with actor John Amplas and Dir. of Photography Michael Gornick)
THE BURBS – 35mm
dinner break
THE SHINING – 35mm (Intro by local comedian Alex Bidwell)
ROSEMARY’S BABY – 35mm (intro by Jed Levin. Moderated by Horror Happens Radio and Robots)
NIGHTBREED – 35mm – (Introduction by Cinema Under the Influence)

Celebrity Guests include:

John Russo – NOTLD, My Uncle John Is a Zombie, MIDNIGHT and more
John Amplas – George Romero’s MARTIN, Day of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Nightriders, and John Russo’s MIDNIGHT
Michael Gornick – George Romero’s Director of Photography/ Director of Creepshow2
Solon Tsangaras – Actor “My Uncle John Is a Zombie” with his “Get A-Way Van” from “My Uncle John is a Zombie”
Gary Vincent – President of Burning Bulb Publishing and Producer/ Actor of “My Uncle John Is a Zombie”
Michael Pizzano – Director of “My Little Bubbles”

The 2016 Salt City Horror Fest will be hosted at:

Tickets are $21.50 in advance or $25 at the door.
Recommended age is 17 and over. Alcohol will be served to those 21 and over.

To buy your ticket head on over to:

You can pre-order your ticket and you name will be put into a raffle for Original movie posters, signed books, Star Wars Film Fest tickets, DVD movies and other items. Some raffle items will be available for those who purchase tickets at the door ($5 for a raffle ticket).

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