Fangs on Film

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Sink your teeth into a season of vintage vampire films at the National Science + Media Museum's Pictureville.

Friday 14 October, 13.00 - The legendary Christopher Lee played Dracula a total of 10 times. See his second outing in Hammer’s Dracula: Prince of Darkness, screening for free as part of Widescreen Weekend.

Saturday 15 October, 21.00 - The first "Iranian Vampire Western" A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is a stylish, black-and-white horror about a skateboarding vampire stalking the streets of an abandoned town. 


Friday 28 October, 19.30 - Over Halloween weekend see a fang-tastic selection of films kicking things off with a 35th anniversary screening of The Lost Boys.

Dracula 1931 role played by Bela Lugosi in what some consider to be the definitive portrayal of the character. See this absolute classic on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October.

Twilight, the 2008 love story between vampire Edward and high-school student Bella. It’s camp, it’s kitsch and it’s on Saturday 29 October, 16.00.

If you’ve got little monsters that love vampires, see Hotel Transylvania on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October at 10.30, for the reduced price of £3 Kids' Club screenings are for children aged 12 and under and their grown ups.

On Halloween Eve another outing of the iconic vampire, this time played by Gary Oldman, in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Francis Ford Coppola’s adaptation celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Sunday 30 October, 16.30.

Closing the Fangs on Film season is the cult Marvel action-horror Blade. See it on Sunday 30 October, 19.30.

 

 

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Pictureville at the National Science And Media Museum, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 1NQ
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