I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE + THE LEOPARD MAN
Double Feature: I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE with THE LEOPARD MAN
Screening in 35mm
I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE
This twisted, Haitian-set take on "Jane Eyre" is "the best film I've ever done in my life," according to director Jacques Tourneur. Nurse Frances Dee decides on direct treatment methods for Tom Conway's catatonic wife, as the natural and the supernatural collide in a tale of love, mystery and voodoo — with calypso accompaniment by Sir Lancelot. DIR Jacques Tourneur; SCR Curt Siodmak, Ardel Wray; PROD Val Lewton. U.S., 1943, b&w, 69 min. NOT RATED
THE LEOPARD MAN
A killer leopard stalks a small New Mexico town — or is the killer something else entirely? This thriller is best remembered for the tracking shots on Margo's two nocturnal perambulations — alternately folksy and chilling — and the blood seeping under the locked door. "One of Hollywood's original gems." – Manny Farber. DIR Jacques Tourneur; SCR Ardel Wray, from the novel "Black Alibi" by Cornell Woolrich; PROD Val Lewton. U.S., 1943, b&w, 66 min. NOT RATED
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