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Terror! in 3D (35mm 3D Triple Feature)

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Retro Picture Show presents FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 3 in 3D, AMITYVILLE 3D and FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR in 3D - all projected from 35mm prints using state-of-the-art 3D technology developed by Harry Guerro (film archivist and owner of Garagehouse Pictures)
Friday, April 13th 2018 at Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, NY *Special Start Time: 9pm 
U.S. | 95 min | Dir. Steve Miner | 35mm | 3D
An idyllic weekend at the lake turns into a nightmare of unspeakable terror for a group of naive vacationers. Ignoring Crystal Lake’s bloody legacy, one by one they fall victim to the maniacal Jason, who stalks them at every turn.
*Original 35mm print - courtesy of The Harry Guerro Film Archive
U.S. | 89 min | Dir. Richard Fleischer | 35mm | 3D
The home of unspeakable evil is back to torment all who cross its threshold, as Dino De Laurentiis and legendary director Richard Fleischer (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea) present "a horror picture of considerable class and polish" (Los Angeles Times)! Packed with bone-chilling special effects, this third rendezvous with terror in Amityville stars Tony Roberts, Tess Harper, Robert Joy, Candy Clark and Meg Ryan.
To debunk the Amityville house's infamous reputation and take advantage of a rock-bottom asking price, skeptical journalist John Baxter (Roberts) buys the place and settles in to write his first novel. But as soon as the ink on the deed has dried, people who have come into contact with him - and the house - begin to meet with a shocking fate. Is it coincidence... or is this house really the gateway to hell?
*Original 35mm print - courtesy of The Harry Guerro Film Archive
Spain | 78 min | Dir. Enrique L. Eguiluz | 35mm | 3D
When a pair of gypsy grave robbers remove a silver cross from the corpse of Count Wolfstein, the long-dead lycanthrope is resurrected and goes on a murderous rampage. In the process, the monster attacks the handsome young nobleman Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy, in the role that would make him famous), who is now likewise doomed to become a beast when the moon is full. In order to escape the werewolf curse, Waldemar turns to a mysterious doctor and his wife, but the suspicious pair possess a shocking secret and ulterior motives that could mean damnation for Waldemar and death for the woman he loves!
*Brand new 35mm print - courtesy of Garagehouse Pictures
The story behind FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR is legendary: in 1971, famed film producer Samuel Sherman's Independent-International Pictures secured theatrical rights to distribute the Spanish werewolf movie MARK OF THE WOLFMAN -- first in the long-running series of "El Hombre Lobo" films featuring Euro-horror superstar Paul Naschy -- in the United States. Sherman also infamously re-titled the movie FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR despite the fact that neither Dr. Frankenstein nor his monster actually appear in the film! FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR was enjoying a successful theatrical run in the states when distributor Samuel Sherman learned that the film was originally shot in 3D, so he decided to strike up some 3D prints for release in the U.S. The new version opened on a handful of Los Angeles screens, but difficulties with the projection lenses prompted Sherman to pull the screenings after a brief run. While the flat version of FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR continued to play drive-ins for years to come and eventually became a staple of TV “Creature Feature” programs, the 3D prints of the movie vanished entirely and the stereoscopic version passed into legend.
Now, nearly half a century later, this faux Frankenstein favorite is finally being resurrected: though long assumed to be lost or destroyed, a search of the Independent-International archives has turned up the original 3D elements; a new 35mm print has been struck by Garagehouse Pictures.