This Months Screening

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Silent Night Bloody Night Screening

Grindhouse Dublin, in association with Light House Cinema, are proud to present ‘SILENT NIGHT, BLOODY NIGHT’, a cult 1972 favourite, which is sure to chill you to the bone!

After years in obscurity, Silent Night, Bloody Night returns to an Irish cinema screen for one blood-soaked night only, featuring Mary Woronov, who you may remember from our screening of Rock ‘n’ Roll High School, as well as cult icon John Carradine.


Silent Night, Blood Night is notable not only as a horror film that fell foul of Irish censorship and was banned on home video during the 1980’s, but as one of the earliest horror films to employ a maniac’s POV shot; something that would later be popularised by similarly eerie classics, such as Black Christmas and John Carpenter’s horror landmark Halloween!

Silent Night, Bloody Night will be shown exclusively at Light House Cinema, Smithfield on Friday 27th December at 10:45pm! 

Tickets €9.00 - Students €7.50

Special thanks to Film Chest Media Group


Reception for Silent Night, Bloody Night:

"Theodore Gershuny's understated direction gives a sense of realism to the characters that make the bizarre goings-on all the more unsettling. Horror connoisseurs are encouraged to seek out this minor gem." - Fred Beldin,

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