The House with the Laughing Windows (1976) + Pillow of Death (1945)

This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 12th Jan 2018

Since 1966, the Gothique Film Society has been screening double bills of ‘gothique’ films to like-minded souls. They meet once a month, between October and March (with two shows in March) to watch, appreciate and pass a critical eye over films in the horror and fantasy genres. Seeing these films in the comfort of one’s home is all well and good, but to watch them with like-minded fans, on the big screen, makes for a memorable experience.

FRIDAY 12th JANUARY : WEIRD TALES  Early start: 6.45pm

The House with the Laughing Windows (Italy / 1976 / 106mins) Directed by Pupi Avati / Lino Capolicchio  Francesca Marciano
Eerie, atmospheric mystery. A young man is commissioned to restore a controversial church mural

Pillow of Death (USA / 1945 / 67mins) Directed by Wallace Fox / Lon Chaney Jr.,  Brenda Joyce
‘Inner Sanctum’ mystery. An attorney and his secretary are having an affair…then his wife turns up dead

Cost: £19.50


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2018-01-12 2018-01-12 Europe/London The House with the Laughing Windows (1976) + Pillow of Death (1945) Since 1966, the Gothique Film Society has been screening double bills of ‘gothique’ films to like-minded souls. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/01/12/the-house-with-the-laughing-windows-1976-pillow-of-death-1945-161001 Conway Hall,25 Red Lion Square,London,London

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