Scala Beyond was a six week long film festival (18th August – 29th September) which celebrated cult films and all forms of cinema exhibition inspired by the legendary Scala Cinema which was based in London’s Kings Cross until the early 90′s. Even though this year’s festival has now finished, Scala Beyond continues with their monthly Scala Beyond: Picks a monthly guide to cinema events and screenings all across the Uk and Ireland celebrating repertory filmgoing, inventive programming and cinemas of all shapes and sizes!
The Classic Horror Campaign has been included in the Scala Forever and Scala Beyond festival line-ups for the last two years and we host regular monthly screenings at the Roxy Bar & Screen in London (SE1). Our next event is a double bill of Carnival Of Souls (1962) and The Blood On Satan’s Claw (1971) on Sunday 21st October from 3pm. Buy tickets here or on the door if we’re not sold out!
In just a couple of weeks the Classic Horror Campaign launches British Horror Month! That’s right, for the whole of August we shall be focusing on the very best of British Horror in association with Rue Morgue UK and Spooky Isles – the films, the magazines, the television shows, movie posters, actors, scream queens and so much more!
If you want to be a part of British Horror Month then give us a shout at email@example.com or tweet us @horrorcampaign. We are after reviews of classic British horror films (that we haven’t already covered on our Movie Reviews page) as well as overviews of British horror movie magazines, previews of horror film festivals taking part in the UK and your British monster movie memories!
And that’s not all, if you pop over to the Rue Morgue UK fan page on Facebook and “like” them, you will be put into a draw. Once they have received 500 “likes” one lucky winner will receive a free digital subscription to Rue Morgue, the world’s best-selling horror culture magazine!
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