Bradbury & Halloween Horror
Fantasy author and sometimes screenwriter Ray Bradbury will be appearing at the American Cinematheque on October 10 and 11 for screenings of SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES (which he adapted from his own novel) and MOBY DICK (which he adapted from Herman Melville’s classic). dapting MOBY DICK for director John Huston.
Also just around the corner: the Cinematheque promises to run a great marathon of classic creepy films from October 30 through November 2, including HORROR OF DRACULA, BRIDES OF DRACULA, CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF, THE GORGON, and two versions of DR. JEKYLL AND MR HYDE (the 1932 version with Frederic March and the 1941 version with Spencer Tracy). Specific dates and times have yet to be announced, but you can check out their website for updates.
All screenings will take place at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.