Tuesday, March 27, 7:30 p.m.
SouthSide Works Cinema
Followed by "Can You Say 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' in Yiddish?: Thinking About Jewish Horror", a discussion with scholars Jeremy Dauber, Columbia University, and Adam Lowenstein, University of Pittsburgh.
Can you say bloody? The creepy confines of the woods provide the perfect setting for RABIES, Israel’s first-ever horror film. A sexy, campy, and clever game of murder, it involves a young couple who happen to be brother and sister, a deranged cop and his lovesick partner, and a group of tennis playing friends. An impressive cast of Israel’s leading actors is drawn into a whirlwind of dark secrets, mix-ups and bloody mayhem. Adult content.
Tickets are no longer available in advance for these screenings. Tickets will be available beginning 30 minutes prior to showtime on a first-come, first-served basis. Cash Only.