The Eyeslicer Halloween Special

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Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

Run Time: 93 min.

Touring punk rock TV show The Eyeslicer has returned with their craziest, most ambitious, and spookiest episode yet!! Join Nitehawk Cinema for an encore, midnite screening of The Eyeslicer’s feature-length Halloween Special, only in theaters and on limited edition VHS this October.

Featuring a dozen segments of spine-tingling surrealist terror, The Eyeslicer Halloween Special takes viewers on the cinematic equivalent of an acid trip down the Halloween aisle at Party City. From an X-rated Halloween party hookup to a coming of age story set on the eve of Ted Bundy’s execution; from a documentary about pumpkin carving and misogyny to a supercut about the gendered dangers of the bathtub; from a cursed stand-up comedy set to a woman trapped inside a Red Lobster commercial; from a John Carpenter homage (featuring a cameo by Carpenter himself) to a sequel to The Eyeslicer’s now infamous Gwilliam, The Eyeslicer Halloween Special is an experience like no other – a deranged, proudly transgressive anthology carving out bold new space in the Midnight movie genre.

The Eyeslicer Halloween Special is created by Dan Schoenbrun & Vanessa McDonnell.

Directed by Robin Comisar, Laura Moss, Emma Debany, Brian Lonano, Jennifer Proctor, Nellie Kluz, Sophy Romvari, Joshua Yates, Jacqueline Castel, Carlos Alberto Fernandez Lopez, and The Eyeslicer

Plus! Video Halloween Cards by D E E P, Cannonball Roarers, Chachi’s Suitcase, Krewe of Vaporwave, and Sasha Gransjean.

Supported by Meow Wolf

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