Daughter Of Horror (Dementia) (1953) by John Parker

Friday, October 31, 1986, 8:00 pm

Daughter of Horror & Others: A Marathon of Madness


800 Chestnut Street

San Francisco, CA, 94133

Special time & price: 7:00 P.M.; $5.00 ONLY (S.F.A.I. students $3.00).

An extravaganza of three underground classics of murder and madness, with an added highlight of Chuck Z performing “Incubus.”

Daughter Of Horror (Dementia) (1953) by John Parker — A legendary yet little-seen tale of a woman’s nightmare of paranoia, mutilation and death. Comparable in its expressionistic intensity and hallucinatory imagery with the best of Buñuel; Homicidal (1961) by William Castle — A Grand Guignol shocker, about a hypnotically strange young man and a fiendish blonde who lives with an elderly paralytic; In 3-D: The Maze (1953) by William Cameron Menzies — A young scientist studying teratology (serious malformations in humans) is plagued by a family curse in his Scottish castle.