Despite saying the other day that I am clearing out my film collection as I just don’t watch them any more, I am still a bit of a fan of cult movies.

Last year, I attended a fun film screening at the gothic church in Islington which was quite fun, and they are back again later this month.

They have three films to choose from this year:

Quatermass and the Pit – October 29
The Amityville Horror – October 30
Psycho – October 31

Personally, I am going to sate my never ending hunger for tube-geekery and go for Quatermass and the Pit, which is famously set in the Central Line extension digging works.

You can reserve tickets via their website

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3 comments on “Quatermass and the Pit and a Church
  1. Matt says:

    Can you tell me what/where the ‘Central Line extension digging works’ are?

    • IanVisits says:

      Erm, they are efforts that involved digging a tunnel for the purpose of extending the Central Line – its a key feature of the film plot.

  2. gerry Maher says:

    One of my favorite films of all time.A lot to do with the setting in hobb’s lane tube station and the victorian gotic revival church in Islington, tube station is fictional of course. Great.

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