Horror night could have ’em shaking in Stanley Halls aisles

Are you missing Wes Craven already? Then an evening of Horror and SciFi in South Norwood might be just for you.

Wes Craven, the movie director who died at the weekend, inspired many other film-makers

Wes Craven, the movie director who died at the weekend, inspired many other film-makers

The Crystal Palace International Film Festival is screening its Best of Horror and SciFi night at the Stanley Halls, South Norwood, on September 19.

The movies being shown include the most awarded short horror of all time, An Evening with my Comatose Mother.

Other delights include 40 Years, Nostalgic Z, Silence and On/Off.

Trailers of the movies being screened can be seen by clicking here.

Book early below to avoid disappointment. Tickets are only £10.

CPIFF will be using the brand new big screen, projector and sound system in the Halls.

Bar and food will be on sale from the Comfort & Joy.

The organisers of the Horror night welcome customers who wish to attend in fancy dress.

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