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Nightmare on Dundas Street Movie Nights

October 6 – December 8, 2017
Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario
Members $10 | Public $12 | Students $8

Join us if you dare for the ten most terrifying films of all time, presented in association with Guillermo del Toro: At Home With Monsters.

Nightmare on Dundas Films

The Shining
Friday November 24

Directed by Stanley Kubrick

One of the most well-known horror films to date, The Shining is an adaptation of a novel by Stephen King. A family heads to an isolated hotel for the winter where an evil and spiritual presence influences the father into violence, while his psychic son sees horrific forebodings from the past and of the future.

1980| R | 2h 26 min.

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Friday December 1

Directed by Roman Polanski

Catherine Deneuve stars as Carol, a fragile, frigid young beauty cracking up in her London flat when left alone by her vacationing sister. She is soon haunted by specters real and imagined, and her insanity grows to a violent, hysterical pitch. Thanks to its disturbing detail and Polanski’s adeptness at turning claustrophobic space into an emotional minefield, Repulsion is a surreal, mind-bending odyssey into personal horror, and it remains one of cinema’s most shocking psychological thrillers. – Criterion

1965| R | 1h 45 min.

The Haunting
Friday December 8

Directed by Robert Wise

In this adaptation of Shirley Jackson's novel The Haunting of Hill House —- a group of people gather in a large old house to determine whether or not a poltergeist is the source of rumours that it is haunted. Wise makes the house itself the central character, a beautifully designed and highly atmospheric entity which becomes genuinely frightening.

1963 | PG | 1h 52 min.

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