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Mon
07
Sep
2015
 

Based on a graphic novel, Iranian/US Director Ana Lily Amipour's film about a hijab-wearing, skateboarding female vampire who measures out justice to men who disrespect women has proved a favourite with film festival audiences around the world. Never seen an Iranian Vampire Spaghetti Western? Here's your chance!

Persian language with subtitles.

Full Programme attached - click on 'Film Notes,' above

Audience comments:

Enjoyed everything apart from not enough bar staff (2) with long line. / Good Film / Very well made film, excellent performances, full of menace, loved the music. / It was brilliant, a very good idea. / Pleasantly (+ unpleasantly) surprised. / Really enjoying this most ghastly soiree, well done! / Great photography but overall fairly tiresome / Thrilling / Excellent film, beautiful B&W photography / Great.

Mon
07
Sep
2015
 

Every monster needs a mate! Dr Frankenstein and his monster are very much alive this all-time Horror classic starring the iconic Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester as the bride and the most electric hairdo in cinema history!

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Audience comments:

Cool! / Good event / Amused amazement / Good fun! / Brilliant! / Thrilling! / Awesome. / Fantastic / Most enjoyable- good to be able to see classic movies on the big screen. / Volume too quiet on Bride of Frankenstein- Originally was going to book 5 film pass on the phone but it was going to be charged a separate booking fee for each film which I thought was unreasonable. / Great to see on the big screen

Mon
07
Sep
2015
 

This unique live performance combines the shadowy world of Benjamin Christensen's 1922 documentary/Fantasy/Drama of the history of Witchcraft in seven parts with mesmerising musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne (Piano, flute, accordion) and Tony Orrell (Percussion and electronics).

Stephen Horne
Stephen has long been considered one of the world's leading silent film accompanists. Based at London's BFI Southbank and playing all major UK venues such as the Barbican Centre and the Imperial War Museum, he has recorded music for DVD releases, BBC TV screenings and museum installations of silent films. Although principally a pianist, he often incorporates flute, accordion and keyboards into his performances, sometimes simultaneously. He regularly performs internationally at film festivals in Pordenone, Telluride, San Francisco, Cannes, Bologna, Berlin, Hong Kong and Morocco and has performed at New York's Lincoln Centre and Washington's National Gallery of Art. www.stephenhorne.co.uk

Tony Orrell
Tony has partnered with musicians as diverse as Will Gregory (Goldfrapp), Adrian Utley (Portishead) , Jerry Dammers (Specials) and renowned conductor Charles Hazlewood to perform unique live accompaniments to Silent Film. Ranging from slapstick to Victor Sjostrom's epic tragi-comic He - Who Gets Slapped performed at the South Bank with the BBC Concert Orchestra, Tony relishes the opportunity to combine improvisation with agreed thematic material and experimental electronics with acoustic instruments. He has also worked on improvised concerts with John Garden (Scissor Sisters), Matthew Bourne, Ray Russell, and saxophonist Andy Sheppard. http://www.electricpavilion.org/dugout/snv/artists/tonyo/

Read the interview with Stephen and Tony on What's on Highlands

Full Programme attached - click on 'Film Notes,' above

Audience comments:

I found it quite mesmerizing and the musical accompaniment enhanced it brilliantly / Fantastic, thank you. / Excellent! Very happy to see these films at Eden Court, what a Halloween surprise! Drawing: smiley face. / Weird / Enjoyed / Good / It was sad / Nicely old fashioned- like Boccacio's Decameron and Bosch's paintings / Music very good, but was not expecting a documentary type of movie. Styill good experience, will be back next year! / Fun and a bit different / Excellent live music. Unique film / Good quality screening / Captivating / Weird, spooky and gruesome / Fascinating, the musicians were excellent , integration with the screen action was awesome! / Intriguing / Excellent - the live music fitted the film perfectly / Life changing / Brilliantly played, but not sure about use of sound effects.

Mon
07
Sep
2015
 

Children's Animated Film. Scares, laughs and frightful fun as three friends discover that the house across the street is really a living breathing monster! As Halloween approaches can they save their neighbourhood?

Under 16's go free. *Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Audience comments:

It was OK but a bit scary / I really liked the movie / Very good / It was good, but some parts were predictable. I would say it is more a kid's film. / Drawing: scary face / Drawing: house / Drawing: house and figure with a speech bubble - "Stay out of my lawn!!!" / It was thrilling and humourus comedy / Really enjoyed it but nearly fell asleep (your seat are sooooo comfy) / Didn't like the animation. Quite good tho. Drawing: scary house. / It was funny / Sen it many times was good the first time. I don't like it no more. / Very Good / Seen it loads of times. Still good / Didn't like animation. / Drawing: cinema audience & screen / Good comedy / Award but funny. Drawing: scary house / Drawing: scary face / Drawing: thumbs up / Drawing: scary face / I think the film is quite good actually. Featured lots of innuendo and it wasn't cheesy. The cinema was really comfortable and very clean. / Ace. Perfect scary kids film. Much fun. / It was good. Drawing: frowning face and happy face. / Funny and scary. More like this please, off the mainstream but still popular. Drawing: smiley face. / Love that movie. Great stuff. Drawing: smiley face. / Funny and a bit scary. I would like to see more films like this in theatres.

Mon
07
Sep
2015
 

A group of archaeologists discover the untouched tomb of an Egyptian princess, accidentally awakening the mummified body of her High Priest with grisly results! British Hammer Horror at its best with the immortal Christopher Lee and the UK's king of creepy, Peter Cushing.

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Audience comments:

It must have had a big impact when it was made but I did not find it at all frightening./ Great film / Great Theatre / Very good / Very good / An excellent idea / As elaborate a load of old tosh as I have ever (seldom) seen. / Very dated / Love Hammer Horror

Mon
07
Sep
2015
 

When young couple Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse move into a New York apartment building with a disturbing history, strange things begin to happen. As the bad dreams and unexplained noises intensify, Rosemary becomes pregnant and begins to suspect that their friendly circle of neighbours are not what they seem.

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Audience comments:

I did not take part in the whole event but enoyed this screening. / enjoyable / Really enjoyed all films today / Friendly, relaxed and enjoyable. / Thanks / Excellent film event / Still packs a horror punch

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