SEVENTH VICTIM, THE + THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE
Double Feature: THE SEVENTH VICTIM with THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE
THE SEVENTH VICTIM
In her film debut, Kim Hunter searches for her missing sister amid unnervingly calm and soft-spoken Greenwich Village devil worshippers — and they're looking for her, too. Featuring a pre-PSYCHO shower scene, murder on a subway and the ultimate horror — the sound of an overturning chair. "Val Lewton's most personal film, and certainly one of his greatest." – TV Guide. DIR Mark Robson; SCR Charles O'Neal, DeWitt Bodeen; PROD Val Lewton. U.S., 1943, b&w, 71 min. NOT RATED
THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE
Screening in 35mm
This "tender tale of terror!" is an eerie but non-horrific exploration of a child's daydreams, as lonely six-year-old Ann Carter conjures up the spirit of dad's psychopathic first wife Simone Simon as an imaginary playmate. "Full of the poetry and danger of childhood." – James Agee. DIR Robert Wise, Gunther von Fritsch; SCR DeWitt Bodeen; PROD Val Lewton. U.S., 1944, b&w, 70 min. NOT RATED
AFI Member passes accepted.
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