Wednesday, March 4, 2009

A Screening of Mario Bava's Black Sunday in Cincinnati

Readers in the Cincinnati area (or those willing to make a worthwhile road trip) should be advised that there is to be a rare screening of Mario Bava’s masterful Black Sunday on Monday March 9th. The event will take place at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center and will be introduced by none other than Video Watchdog publisher and Bava biographer Tim Lucas. A little information on the event can be found here, and at only $7.50 a ticket it is a great bargain. Kelley and I should be there and it promises to be a terrific night for Italian horror and film lovers in general.


Kotto said...

love bava and this is probably his best.

Jeremy Richey said...

Thanks Kotto,
I prefer his later works (nobody used color like Bava) but there is no denying this film's greatness and importance. Thanks for the comment!

Phil said...

Hey, thanks for the tip off. I'm just in Dayton so I'll try to make the show. Love Bava's work, early or late, B&W or color.