Mark Patton, Clu Gulager, and Christopher Young in person
DCP for My Bloody Valentine / 35mm for Elm St. 2
MY BLOODY VALENTINE
1981, Paramount, 93 min, Canada, Dir. Greg Mihalka
The town of Valentine’s Bluff has not celebrated the holiday of it’s namesake ever since a horrible coal mining accident invoked the curse of Harry Warden. But after twenty years, the town’s people decide to ignore superstition and throw a Valentine’s Day dance. But when a phantom coal miner starts slaughtering people, has Harry Warden returned for revenge?
A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2: FREDDY’S REVENGE, 1985, Warner Bros., 87 min. Dir. Jack Sholder
“You got the body, I got the brains.” Being the new kid on the block, Jesse is just trying fit in. But when his family unknowingly moves into the murder house on Elm St. something is trying to fit inside of him. That’s right, Freddy’s back and he’s looking to use Jesse as his vessel out of dreamland into the real world.