THE MASK (1961) in 3D

Cinefamily’s unmissable first-ever 3D screening is also the most otherworldly adventure that you’ll have in a theater this century. A brain-unraveling onslaught of indelibly surreal segments from another dimension punctuate a psychotic Canadian death noir, all of which causes the viewer to dissolve into a lobotomized puddle of metaphysically annihilated sweat. Images from legendary nightmare-maker The Mask have long been synonymous with the outbreak of ’60s art/horror weirdness that included filmmakers like Coffin Joe and JIigoku’s Nobuo Nakagawa. But very few people have been able to experience The Mask for themselves. Now, thanks to the efforts of restorationists Robert Furmanek and Greg Kintz we will be the FIRST U.S. AUDIENCE since 1961 to undergo the permanent psychological transformation that affects anyone who dares view the terrors of The Mask IN 3D. (Admission includes your own Magic Mystic Mask 3D viewer!)

Dir. Julian Roffman, 1961, DCP, 83 min

Watch the trailer!