USC’s Industry Relations presents
Screening of "Shock Values" - A collection of shorts from the late 60s by Masters of Horror, such as John Carpenter, while they were students at USC
Tuesday Oct 30, 2018

Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:00 PM

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Zebulon

2478 N Fletcher Dr
Los Angeles, CA

Blood Bath (1969 /1976, written and directed by Dan O’Bannon) Red tint (original 16mm blown up to 35mm) A slovenly young man commits suicide out of boredom.

The Demon (1970, written and directed by Charles Adair) B/W (original 16mm). A woman left alone in a desert home begins to feel she is being watched.

Good Morning Dan (1968, written and directed by Dan O’Bannon camera by John Carpenter). Set in what was then the distant future of 2006, an old man reminisces on his days back at USC.

Captain Voyeur (1969, written and directed by John Carpenter). A dull office worker transforms into a costumed peeping tom at night

Lady Madonna (1970, written and directed by John Carpenter) – brief excerpt of the audio since only the sound currently exists.

Judson’s Release (1971, written by Alec Lorimore, Directed by Terence Winkless). A young man returns to a small town and begins to torment a girl who is babysitting a little boy.


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