One of the greatest horror films of all time, the original Phantom of the Opera is back—and better than ever. This newly restored print (from Box 5 films) recreates the elaborate colorization of the 1929 release, with hand-colored scenes, intricate color-tinting, and experimental Technicolor sequences. Lon Chaney's rendition of the ghoulish Phantom is so terrifying, you'll wonder why anyone ever tried to remake this classic.
Renowned for their work accompanying such silent classics as Metropolis and Man with a Movie Camera, Alloy Orchestra performs its creepy new score live.
Don't miss this singularly de-frightful Ghoul Night 2005!