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Oddball’s “Haunted Halloween Hullabaloo” Spooky Cinema | Mission Dist.

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Friday, October 31, 2014 - 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm | Cost: $10*
*Limited seating, RSVP to RSVP@oddballfilm.com

Oddball Films | 275 Capp Street, San Francisco, CA

Event Details

Oddball Films presents Oddball’s Haunted Halloween Hullabaloo, a special Halloween program of haunting ephemeral films with dancing ghosts, satanic stripteases, creepy cartoons, ghostly educational films, murderous musical numbers, terrifying trailers and more spooktacular cinema.

Date: Friday, October 3, 2014 at 8:00pm
Venue: Oddball Films, 275 Capp Street San Francisco
Admission: $10.00 Limited Seating RSVP to RSVP@oddballfilm.com or (415) 558-8117


The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Color, 1949)
Gangly school teacher Ichabod Crane has a fearful night when he runs into a headless demon on horseback in this much beloved Di$ney classic. Adapted from Washington Irving’s tale and narrated by Bing Crosby.

Betty Boop in Red Hot Mamma (B+W, 1934)
It is a cold and snowy night and Betty is freezing cold in her skimpy nighty, but when she blazes a fire in the fireplace, she dreams herself into a cartoon inferno, face to face with the Devil himself, but you know no man is a match for Betty Boop!

Satan-Tease (B+W, 1955)
Burlesque queen Betty Dolan brings new meaning to the phrase dancing with the devil. Cleverly costumed, Miss Dolan’s right hand is the hand of the devil and she can’t stop it from trying to get to third base. Strange and erotic on many different levels, it must be seen to be believed!

John Byner’s Something Else (Color, 1970, Excerpt)
In a rockin’ spooktacular clip from this eclectic musical variety show, the Action Faction dancers don ghoulish garb and get down in a ghost town. These whirling ghosts will get your hairs on end and your feet a tappin’!

Dante’s Inferno (B+W, 1935, Excerpt)
This 1935 version of the afterlife stars Spencer Tracy, and claims “It Will Burn Itself In Your Memory Forever”. This haunting excerpt features the fires and torments of the netherworld. In the age of Busby Berkeley musicals, this Inferno is chock full of hundreds of writhing tormented souls. An awe-inspiring spectacle of beauties and brimstone.

The Devil’s Mill (Color, 1949, excerpt)
A delightfully spooky stop-motion puppet short from Czech master Jiri Trnka. An old soldier sets out to defeat the evil forces that dwell inside an old mill. When he spends the night in the haunted place, the demons inside do their best to foist him out, but the veteran stands tall and stands up to the mischievous evil. This excerpt features a dancing demon and a delightful array of puppet poltergeisting.

Ghost Rider (Color, 1982)
This school bus safety film has developed a cult following for its unusual (for an educational film) supernatural/love interest plot: Kevin (Doug Edmunds) is the sad and lonely new kid in town who falls in love with a ghost. She died in a bus accident, and what’s more, she used to live in the same house as Kevin…

Monsters We Have Known and Loved (B+W, 1964, excerpt)
From the short lived TV series “Hollywood and the Stars”. Narrated by Joseph Cotten, this half program examines the famous and bizarre creatures that have graced the silver screen. This excerpt features a hilarious How-To montage of monster-extermination.

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Cost: $10*
*Limited seating, RSVP to RSVP@oddballfilm.com
Categories: *Top Pick*, Halloween, Movies
Address: 275 Capp Street, San Francisco, CA