The Freakiest Night defies “the barriers of conventional taste and palate”

  • Six films, feature and short ones, form this horror night’s schedule held simultaneously at two of the Monopol Multiplex’s screens

This year’s selection has classic horror as its main ingredient: “that of the elegant inquisitiveness and deep philosophical content in The Invitation (Karyn Kusama, USA, 2015, 99 min.), the irreverent and bloody cinephagy in Turbo Kid (François Simard, Anouk Whissell, Yoann-Karl Whissell, Canada, USA, New Zealand, 2015, 84 min.) or the nostalgia for the classic tale and traditional horrors in We Are Still Here (Ted Geoghegan, USA, 2015, 84 min.); that of the iconoclastic humor in Amor de mono  (Paulo Mosca, Abel Sánchez, Spain, 2015, 5 min.), the cinephile wink in Night of the Slasher (Shant Hamassian, USA, 2015, 12 min.) or the gothic and baroque elegance in The Witching Hour (Carl Firth, Australia, 2015, 9 min.).”

The cycle will be screened simultaneously at two of the Monopol Multiplex’s screens and will cost six euros.