The evening starts with Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later, starring Cillian Murphy as Jim, a man who wakes up alone in London, falls in with a band of survivors, falls out with a band of soldiers, then reaps his terrible revenge.
Next, the deeply unnerving The Eyes of My Mother, starring Kika Magalhães, Will Brill, and Olivia Bond as a young woman who indulges her darkest desires after a tragedy visited upon her family.
It’s 3am, and as you begin to question your life choices, rest assured we’ll provide a horror Mystery Film that will be suitably appropriate for that witching hour of the morning.
To help wake you up, or perhaps just lighten your terrified mind, our penultimate film is Mel Brooks’ comedy-horror Young Frankenstein, starring Gene Wilder as Doctor Frankenstein (that’s Fronkenshteen) who inherits his famous grandfather Victor’s castle and picks up his macabre work.
After breakfast, A Nightmare on Elm Street plays tribute the horrors of the night and now day to come. Starring Robert Englund as the iconic Freddy Krueger, whatever you do: Don’t. Fall. Asleep.