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Silent Night, Deadly Night (1972) by Theodore Gershuny

Sunday, December 9, 2018 at 5:00 PM

$5
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Sunday, December 9 - December 23

Silent Night, Deadly Night (1972) by Theodore Gershuny

124 S 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, USA

$5
Public tickets not available
SILENT NIGHT BLOODY NIGHT
dir. Theodore Gershuny, 1972
USA, 81 min.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4 – 10 PM
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 – 10 PM
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9 – 5 PM
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21 – 10 PM
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23 – 7:30 PM

On Christmas Eve, Wilfred Butler returns home to his house/mental institution and is promptly set on fire and burned to death. The mental institution is shut down, leaving it’s inhabitants to wander aimlessly out. Years later, after inheriting his grandfathers estate, Jeffery Butler decides to sell the old place. When he gets to town to seal the deal and open the house back up, he learns some secrets are best left behind closed doors.

A black gloved killer, breathy whispers, a grip of Warhol players including Mary Woronov/Ondine/Candy Darling, John Carradine, scenic Oyster Bay, a co-producer credit for a young Lloyd Kaufman – this one will really stuff your stocking! Though the film was shot in 1970 and takes place in Massachusetts, it bears a startling resemblance to the Staten Island based Cropsey urban legend later popularized by THE BURNING in 1981 and the 2009 documentary CROPSEY.

Part of HAVE A HOLLY, GIALLI CHRISTMAS.
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