Bloodsuckers And Bava At Riverside Drive-In Super Monster-Rama

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On September 12th and September 13th, the Riverside Drive-In will present another program of retro horror and sci-fi films for Super Monster-Rama. This time, the outdoor theater will spotlight the work of Italian horror master Mario Bava, as well as some other weird and wild releases from the 1960s and 1970s. See the film schedule and descriptions below:

September 12th

Kill, Baby, Kill

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A string of bizarre murders leads back to an aging Baroness and the vengeful ghost of her murdered daughter in this 1966 Gothic horror story from Mario Bava.

Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs

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Vincent Price stars in this wacky selection about a mad scientist who tries to start a war between Russia and the US with an army of sexy female robots that explode when embraced.

House of Exorcism

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In order to capitalize on the success of The Exorcist, Bava’s surreal thriller Lisa and the Devil was re-edited with possession scenes for American audiences. Features Telly Savalas in the role of a sinister butler.

Beyond the Door 2

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A couple is terrorized in their new house when their young son is possessed by the spirit of the woman’s abusive first husband. Also known as Shock.

September 13th

Taste the Blood of Dracula

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Christopher Lee reprises his toothy role in the story of three thrill seekers who awaken a vengeful Dracula after drinking his blood and killing his faithful servant.

Dracula A.D. 1972

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Count Dracula hunts for the descendents of Van Helsing after being resurrected in swinging 1972 London.

Trog

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A sympathetic anthropologist (Joan Crawford) uses drugs and surgery to try to communicate with a primitive troglodyte found living in a cave.

The House That Screamed

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Torture and sex are the norm at a French school for wayward girls, where, under the supervision of a sadistic headmistress, students begin to disappear without a trace.

Gates open at 7 p.m. with films starting at dusk. Each evening will also include an array of vintage monster and exploitation movie trailers, cartoons, and concession stand classics in between features. Admission is $10 per person each night, free for children 12 and under with parent or adult guardian. Overnight camping is available on both nights for an additional $10 per person. Breakfast and access to restroom and shower facilities are provided.

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