Nocturnal Emissions Series Pass
Apr 9, 2020 - Jul 9, 2020
Nocturnal Emissions is back! This monthly showcase of diversity in horror film features classics of shiver and shudder cinema back on the big screen and presented by Seattles own GOREgeous Hostess of Horrors, Isabella Price, who begins each show with a phantasmagoric burlesque inspired floor show that will leave you trembling!
$43 General Admission
$23 NWFF Members
In the 2020 season of Nocturnal Emissions:
Apr. 9 | Ringu, dir. Hideo Nakata
May 14 | Interview with the Vampire, dir. Neil Jordan
Jun. 11 | Near Dark, dir. Kathryn Bigelow
Jul. 9 | The Howling, dir. Joe Dante
Nocturnal Emissions 2020:
Apr. 9 | Ringu
dir. Hideo Nakata
Television journalist Reiko investigates an urban legend about a cursed VHS tape that murders the viewer seven days after they watch it. As the mystery hits closer to home, Reiko joins forces with ex-husband/current-exorcist Takashi to destroy the curse and (hopefully) survive an encounter with a ghost named Sadako.
May 14 | Interview with the Vampire
dir. Neil Jordan
In late 20th-century San Francisco, a 200-year-old vampire tells his story of desire, love, yearning, grief, terror, ecstasy to a young reporter, weaving the history that has come to be known as Interview with the Vampire.
Jun. 11 | Near Dark
dir. Kathryn Bigelow
A family of vampire shitkickers terrorize the desert highway in an RV with blacked-out windows. Victims are attacked! Blood is drained! All is well! But then love gets in the way. And the fallout guarantees that things will never be the same again. Joseph A. Ziemba, Drafthouse
Jul. 9 | The Howling
dir. Joe Dante
LA news anchor Karen White escapes with her husband to The Colony, a seaside rehabilitation center, to recover from a traumatic stalking experience. But what is it a colony of?
About your host:
Isabella L. Price is a filmmaker, writer, costume designer, podcast host, burlesque performer, and horror film aficionado who currently runs Seattles only paranormal radio show, Nocturnal Emissions, on Hollow Earth Radio 104.9 FM. Price has held panels and presentations focusing on genre film at conventions like Crypticon, Emerald City Comic Con, GeekGirlCon, PAXWest and New York Comic Con.
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