Get To Beyond Fest For The L.A. Premieres Of WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL, A FIELD IN ENGLAND & More
An eclectic and bold mix of L.A. premieres of 2013 festival faves and retrospectives, Beyond Fest sounds to be a most welcome addition to the slate of cinema going events in our city of angels. Already sold out, but worth a mention just to prove how cool this is looking, are the screenings of Dario Argento's Suspira, Deep Red and Tenebrae, which will feature the films' composers, prog rock band Goblin performing prior to each film.
Below you'll find our just right-of-bloody-red preview of flicks playing the fest. For more info and to purchase tickets you can click here.
WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL (Sun, Oct 13 - 8:00pm, Egyptian Theatre)
If the above screenshot isn't enough to entice you into the screening of Sono Sion's latest than perhaps this excerpt from Todd Brown's TIFF review will:
"A genre masher that incorporates yakuza film, martial arts, liberal doses of blood, slapstick comedy and some earnest opining on the power and value of cinema delivered in a very goofy package, Sono packs enough ideas in here to fill a handful of films and yet somehow keeps it all working together in a surprisingly unified whole. It's brash, funny, sexy, unrepentently stylish, endlessly surprising and - most important of all - simply great fun."
Keep yer peepers glued to ScreenAnarchy for a ticket giveaway to this mad opus.