There’s a really cool film series taking place in Los Angeles where a rare horror film is screened on 16mm film one Sunday a month at the Jumpcut Cafe (13203 Ventura Blvd, Studio City).
The series is called Secret Sixteen, and true to their name, the programmers keep you guessing by only dropping hints as to what the movie will be, without mentioning the title.
Past secrets revealed themselves to be the Pete Walker cannibal flick Frightmare and the Amicus chiller Deadly Bees. Tomorrow they are teasing a lost ’80s slasher film never available on DVD. We aren’t sure what it is, but can’t wait to find out!
Doors at 7pm for FOOD AND DRINK. Screening starts at 8pm. Presented on 16MM FILM.
See you there, Los Angeles!
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