Saturday, June 2, 2012

A Coffin-Load of Universal Horrors are Coming to NYC's Film Forum!

This year marks the 100th Anniversary of Universal Pictures, and the Film Forum in NYC is well aware of the studio's status as the finest purveyor of horrors in cinema history. This July and August, the Forum will be rolling out the very best of Universal Horror, both golden-age monster movies and later classics from heavyweights like Hitchcock, Spielberg, and Carpenter. The program also offers some non-horror greats like The Incredible Shrinking Man, Cape Fear, Touch of Evil, Shadow of a Doubt, and E.T., so the entire schedule is worth a look. For those of you who demand horror, horror, and nothing more, here's the run down of all the creature features scheduled:

Frankenstein (July 12)
Dracula (July 12)
The Phantom of the Opera (July 12)
The Birds (July 20)
Jaws (July 21)
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (July 22)
John Carpenter's The Thing (July 23)
The Man Who Laughs (July 24)
Bride of Frankenstein (July 27)
The Black Cat (July 27)
It Came from Outer Space (July 27)
The Wolf Man (July 29, 30)
The Invisible Man (July 29, 30)
The Mummy (July 29, 30)
Son of Dracula (August 3)
Jurassic Park (August 4)
Dracula (Spanish Language Version) (August 8)

Learn more about tickets and showtimes at Film Forum.org.
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