William Shatner’s Worst Movie

Do you know what it is? Must be one of the Star Trek ones? No, not even close. It’s possibly one of the daftest schlock horror movies ever – ‘The Horror at 37,000 Feet’ – a 1973 made for TV movie. Yours truly remembers seeing it in the early 80s and even then was “impressed” with how bad it was.

So when the idea came up of showing some “classic” horror movies on Hallowe’en, it was first choice. Also planning on showing two real classics of the genre – the silent ‘Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauen’ is a 1922 German Expressionist horror film; and the original ‘Night of the Living Dead’ from 1968 as the main event.

What better way to escape the oh-so-cute children dressed as fairy princesses and Darth Vader, than to watch some classic movies with some dark beers. Embrace the darkness of your soul with us this Hallowe’en!

Time scheduling to come!