OBSKURA FILM EVENT: Soviet Horror Movie Night comes to London
Calling all film buffs in London! We’re bringing two bizarre horror flicks straight from the USSR.
Free entrance, English subtitles and we can have a drink there too. Doesn’t it sound like a perfect plan to start Halloween night?
The event will take place at Pushkin House, starting at 18-00.
18:00 – VIY (1967, Georgi Kropacyov, Konstantin Yershov): Viy became known as the first and only horror film made in the Soviet Union. An adaptation of the classic horror story by Nikolai Gogol about demonic creatures and witches.
19:20 – SAVAGE HUNT OF KING STAKH (1979, Valeri Rubinchik): Belarusian story of revenge featuring the undead Stakh and his horsemen. A must-see just because it’s creepy AND Belarusian.
And, as always, we worked hard to provide top-quality English subtitles.
Please note that seats are limited. Admission is free, but please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for booking!