Nightbreed: Director's Cut and Clive Barker Pop-Up Gallery

Co-presented by SpectreFest

 

 

The brand-new Blu-Ray release of NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT (via our good friends at Scream Factory) hits the streets on October 28th. Pre-order your copy today!

 

When Stephen King proclaimed “I have seen the future of horror, and its name is Clive Barker”, he wasn’t able to predict just how influential and supremely chilling Barker’s works across all mediums would be. Starting with the Dog Theater Company in England, quickly extending to literature with his six Books of Blood volumes, many more novels and short stories, screenplays, his auteurial efforts with Hellraiser, Nightbreed and Lord of Illusions, toys, video games, comic books — and with a constant throughline of hypnagogic painting and illustrations across all four decades of his output — Clive has created a bursting universe overflowing with impossible visions pulled straight from his shadowy, screaming subconsciousness.

 

To celebrate the legacy of this wildly singular creative force, we present: 1) a special Cinefamily Show & Tell event with Clive in person, with glimpses of the audio/video/ephemera that’s inspired him, delighted him, or just plain freaked him out; 2) screenings of the brand-new Nightbreed Director’s Cut, with over 40 minutes of new footage and an edit personally supervised by Clive; and 3) a pop-up art gallery on the Cinefamily back patio displaying rare memorabilia, new paintings, and…

 

THE DREAM DIARIES
A considerable inspiration for Clive’s worlds of macabre fantasy is literally his dreams. Since an early age, Clive — after waking — has grabbed a pen and jotted down a record of the characters and scenarios floating by in his sleeping state. Not in paragraphs, or notes, but images. These many visual dream diaries, rarely seen on display, are an integral part of his evolving mindscape, and are the centerpiece of our pop-up back patio exhibit.

 

In addition to these, we’ll be showing original large-format canvases, a selection of more intimate original drawings, limited-edition prints — plus, a number of prints for sale. In the realm of Clive ephemera, the exhibit contains a handmade Hellraiser-themed Monopoly set (one of only seven in existence!), a giant sculpted head comprised of Clive’s famous character creations amalgamated together, a clapboard from the Nightbreed shoot, and a collection of movie posters (featuring the notorious Hellraiser poster from the African nation of Ghana!)

 

The gallery will be open on Thursday 10/16, as part of the “Show & Tell w/ Clive Barker” event — as well as the encore nights of “Nightbreed” (Monday 10/20 and Tuesday 10/21.)

 

Gallery doors will open early on the 16th, and at 7PM on the 20th-21st, to give ticketholders a full hour to view the exhibit before the show. Plus, we will re-open the gallery after each show, for further viewing time.

 

 

 

BUY TICKETS ($12/free for members. 10/16 “Show & Tell” + movie: $18/$10 for members. Showtimes subject to change):
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Thursday, October 16th: 7:30pm (plus Show & Tell w/ Clive Barker in person!)
Monday, October 20th: 8:00pm
Tuesday, October 21st: 8:00pm

 

Watch the trailer for “Nightbreed”!
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SPECTREFEST: "Nightbreed": Director's Cut + Clive Barker pop-up gallery exhibit (10/21)

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10/21/2014 - 8PM

Doors at 7:00pm, so that you can experience the full power of our Clive Barker pop-up gallery exhibit on the back patio. Plus, we’ll open the patio after the film as well, for more gallery viewing time. As well, “Director’s Cut” producer Mark Miller & editor Andrew Furtado will both be in person for a Q&A!

The brand-new Blu-Ray release of NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT (via our good friends at Scream Factory) hits the streets on October 28th. Pre-order your copy today!

Following Hellraiser, Clive Barker sought to create an even more outré, expansive universe full of mad creatures, swirling visuals and freaky-deaky sensuality, all based on his 1988 novel “Cabal.” The result: Nightbreed, one of the Nineties’ most unusual works of horror cinema, which asks the question: in the battle of Man vs. Monster — who’s really the monster? Craig Sheffer is the brooding punk who may or may not have committed a string of murders, and who crosses the forbidden subterranean threshold of Midan: the realm of an infinite number of shape-shifting beings. Did we mention that David Cronenberg plays his therapist in a deliciously perverse, scene-stealing performance? Hijinx and an onslaught of good old-fashioned latex creature make-ups ensue; the results are unhinged, dizzying and never, ever dull. In its original 1990 release, Barker’s vision was severely slashed, with whole subplots, characters and a musical number(!) removed. For the very first time in 25 years, you can now experience the director’s cut, with over 40 minutes of new footage in a reconstruction personally supervised by Clive.
Dir. Clive Barker, 1990/2014, digital presentation, 120 min.

Watch the trailer for “Nightbreed”!
YouTube Preview Image

SPECTREFEST: "Nightbreed": Director's Cut + Clive Barker pop-up gallery exhibit (10/20)

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10/20/2014 - 8PM

Doors at 7:00pm, so that you can experience the full power of our Clive Barker pop-up gallery exhibit on the back patio. Plus, we’ll open the patio after the film as well, for more gallery viewing time. As well, “Director’s Cut” producer Mark Miller & editor Andrew Furtado will both be in person for a Q&A!

The brand-new Blu-Ray release of NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT (via our good friends at Scream Factory) hits the streets on October 28th. Pre-order your copy today!

Following Hellraiser, Clive Barker sought to create an even more outré, expansive universe full of mad creatures, swirling visuals and freaky-deaky sensuality, all based on his 1988 novel “Cabal.” The result: Nightbreed, one of the Nineties’ most unusual works of horror cinema, which asks the question: in the battle of Man vs. Monster — who’s really the monster? Craig Sheffer is the brooding punk who may or may not have committed a string of murders, and who crosses the forbidden subterranean threshold of Midan: the realm of an infinite number of shape-shifting beings. Did we mention that David Cronenberg plays his therapist in a deliciously perverse, scene-stealing performance? Hijinx and an onslaught of good old-fashioned latex creature make-ups ensue; the results are unhinged, dizzying and never, ever dull. In its original 1990 release, Barker’s vision was severely slashed, with whole subplots, characters and a musical number(!) removed. For the very first time in 25 years, you can now experience the director’s cut, with over 40 minutes of new footage in a reconstruction personally supervised by Clive.
Dir. Clive Barker, 1990/2014, digital presentation, 120 min.

Watch the trailer for “Nightbreed”!
YouTube Preview Image

SPECTREFEST: Show & Tell w/ Clive Barker + "Nightbreed": Director's Cut

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10/16/2014 - 7:30PM

Join us on the back patio during intermission, for the unveiling of our Clive Barker pop-up gallery exhibit!

The brand-new Blu-Ray release of NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT (via our good friends at Scream Factory) hits the streets on October 28th. Pre-order your copy today!

SHOW & TELL – 7:30pm
When, in 1986, Stephen King proclaimed about tonight’s guest of honor “I have seen the future of horror, and its name is Clive Barker” — he wasn’t able to predict just how influential and supremely chilling Barker’s works across all mediums would be. Which makes the prospect of a Cinefamily Show & Tell with Clive such a juicy proposition. From thrift store finds to late-night Tivo, from foreign film bootlegs to home movies, from the popular to the perverse, Clive will take plunder his garage, attic and closets to take us on a personal tour of the audio/video/ephemera that has inspired him, delighted him, or just plain freaked them out.

NIGHTBREED: Director’s Cut – approx. 9:30pm
Following Hellraiser, Clive Barker sought to create an even more outré, expansive universe full of mad creatures, swirling visuals and freaky-deaky sensuality, all based on his 1988 novel “Cabal.” The result: Nightbreed, one of the Nineties’ most unusual works of horror cinema, which asks the question: in the battle of Man vs. Monster — who’s really the monster? Craig Sheffer is the brooding punk who may or may not have committed a string of murders, and who crosses the forbidden subterranean threshold of Midan: the realm of an infinite number of shape-shifting beings. Did we mention that David Cronenberg plays his therapist in a deliciously perverse, scene-stealing performance? Hijinx and an onslaught of good old-fashioned latex creature make-ups ensue; the results are unhinged, dizzying and never, ever dull. In its original 1990 release, Barker’s vision was severely slashed, with whole subplots, characters and a musical number(!) removed. For the very first time in 25 years, you can now experience the director’s cut, with over 40 minutes of new footage in a reconstruction personally supervised by Clive.
Dir. Clive Barker, 1990/2014, digital presentation, 120 min.

Watch the trailer for “Nightbreed”!
YouTube Preview Image

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