On Tuesday, May 9th: Ruggero Deodato’s CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (1980)
The Mahoning Drive-In Theater is the place to be on Tuesday nights all season long as Exhumed Films presents TUNNEL VISION TUESDAY!
In 1979 four documentary filmmakers disappeared in the jungles of South America while shooting a film about cannibalism... Six months later, their footage was found.
One of the most infamous films of all time, the late Ruggero Deodato’s CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (1980) screens on 35mm, filling the giant Mahoning screen with scenes you’ll not soon forget. See the Italian cannibal film that launched a genre and scarred generations!
Join us each Tuesday night as Exhumed films digs deep into their vaults for a mind-blowing single feature, with an extended deep-dish trailer reel to start the show, all on 35mm!
From genre classics to rarely-screened cult gems, come fill your Tuesday nights with a cinematic whirlwind of “holy grail” 35mm screenings!
*WARNING: This film contains simulated scenes of human carnage and actual scenes of animal violence. Viewer discretion is strongly advised.
Gates open at 6pm. Showtime at Sundown.
General Ticket: $8 (per person)
General + Extended Pass: $16 (per person)
All events are Rain or Shine. No refunds or transfers.