Geek Award nominated filmmaker Isaac Williams is starting up an interesting series of discussions, work-shops and screenings called Summer Scares at the 3rd Ward that looks to focus on all things macabre. For his first event he is having a screening/discussion around the gritty genre classic Don’t Go in the House.
Don’t Go in the House (1979) is an independent American slasher film, heavily inspired by real-life murderer Ed Gein. The film gained notoriety as a video nasty back in the days of VHS and was recently rediscovered and gained a new cult following due to the film being one of the first wave released on DVD.
The screening happens Friday, June 14th at 8:00pm with $10 tickets that include a signature “bloody” cocktail courtesy of Spodee!