Sign up for the horror movie marathon on Halloween!] | Next Thursday, October 31, Halloween night, two horror films will be screened at the House of Culture from 10:30 pm |
On Thursday, October 31, the Department of Youth has prepared a marathon of horror movies to celebrate Halloween night.
From 22:30 hours in the House of Culture, the films "The hills have eyes" (Alexandre Aja, 2006) and "It follows" (David Robert Mitchell, 2014);
Admission is free, and all neighbors who are 16 years old or older may participate.
In "The hills have eyes" (Alexandre Aja, 2006), a family's trip becomes a terrifying nightmare when they enter a desert area with restricted access, where the government is conducting experiments with atomic energy;
This film is a brutal remake of the classic of the same title by Wes Craven (1977).
For its part, "It follows" (David Robert Mitchell, 2014) is one of the best psychological horror films that have been made in recent years;
Jay, 18, has his first sexual encounter with her boyfriend in the back of a car.
After the fact, apparently innocent, the situation becomes somewhat tense when her boyfriend causes her to pass out.
Upon waking up, the young man explains that he did it to scare away a series of spirits that harass him.
From that moment, it is Jay who will suffer the consequences of that harassment, finding himself submerged in visions and nightmares;
having the feeling that someone or something observes it.
"We invite horror movie lovers to spend a night as terrifying as it is fun, enjoying these two films for free in our House of Culture," said Victoria Cuello Medina, Councilor for Youth of the City of Alguazas.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alguazas