|28th October 2020|
Grassmarket Community Project
86 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh Old Town EH1 2QA
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An American Werewolf in London (1981)
Halloween’s here and to bring in the season we have John Landis’s classic horror. Two American tourists in rural England are attacked by an unidentifiable beast. When one of them wakes up, he discovers that he has come away from the encounter with more than just scars. As a full moon approaches time is running out before he finds out the true nature of his affliction…
With groundbreaking and grotesque make up effects, this film represents a lost art that now would be left almost entirely to CGI. Thank-fully it is here in all its glory, if you can handle it…
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Halloween’s here and to bring in the season Grassmarket Community Project is screening John Landis’s classic horror 'An American Werewolf in London' in all its glory, if you can handle it…