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CLASSIC HORROR, SCI-FI AND CULT MOVIE SCREENINGS
Remember the days when the BBC would screen late-night classic horror double bills and cult science-fiction movie seasons on a regular basis? Well, you can recapture those halcyon days in the comfort of the Roxy Bar and Screen, one of London’s leading boutique cinema venues near London Bridge. Saturday and Sunday afternoons will never be the same again as your hosts Cyberschizoid, Filmbar70 and Dr Karen Oughton guide you through an eclectic selection of classic cult movie screenings over the next few months.
On Saturday June 1st special guest Francoise Pascal (Mind Your Language, The Iron Rose) joins the gang for a unique screening of The Flesh and the Fiends (1959) and Burke and Hare (1971) both based on the true story of the famous Edinburgh grave robbers!
Sunday 16th June brings a classic sci-fi double bill featuring the legendary stop-motion effects of Ray Harryhausen – Earth vs The Flying Saucers (1956) and First Men In The Moon (1964).
In July we have a Blood-Sucking Vampire Double Bill of Nosferatu (1922) and House of Dark Shadows (1970) as well as a Sexy Space Opera Double Bill featuring Barbarella (1968) and Starcrash (1978).
Later in the year, look forward to a special Peter Cushing double bill, the Scalarama cult film festival, a werewolf triple-bill, The Blob (1958) and The Incredible Melting Man (1977) all sponsored by Shock Horror Magazine!
Tickets available from WeGotTickets!
For our future screenings check our EVENTS page.
A monster lurks as New York newspaperman Lee Taylor investigates one of the “Moon Killer” murders, in which the victims are strangled, cannibalized and surgically incised under the light of the full moon. The trail leads to the cliffside mansion of Dr. Xavier, where the doctor and his colleagues conduct a strange experiment….
On Sunday 24th March Cyberschizoid, Filmbar70 and Dr Karen Oughton present a shocking classic horror film starring Lionel Atwill and thirties scream queen Fay Wray! Doctor X (1932) was made at a time before the Motion Picture Production Code was enforced which meant that it embraced strong adult themes such as rape, murder, cannibalism and prostitution. Doctor X is screening alongside the Vincent Price classic Theatre of Blood (1973) and the screaming starts at the Roxy Bar & Screen from 3pm!
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