TRASH PLANET is a thrilling new season of 70s eco-horror where nature goes on the rampage but man is the ultimate monster… Expect friendly film chat, prize giveaways & themed cocktails. Tickets just £1!
- SQUIRM dir Jeff Lieberman, 1976
- 08 November 2022 // Intro 20:30 + Film 21:00 // Genesis Cinema BAR PARAGON // London E1 4UJ
- All films screen with closed caps or subtitles (where possible) and an intermission
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“This was the night of the CRAWLING TERROR!”
When a power line falls to the ground on a rainy Georgia night, millions of carnivorous worms emerge from the ground to terrorise a small town.
“One of the most original and entertaining of the revenge-of-nature films that characterised mid-1970s American horror.”Arrow Video
Directed by Jeff Lieberman, SQUIRM was a commercial success but somewhat trashed by the critics. It has since re-emerged from the dirt as a genuine classic of the revenge-of-nature cycle and a curiously indie-inflected movie in its own right. This is our second feature with early career makeup by Rick Baker, here creating the character charmingly known as ‘Wormface’.
- Directed by Jeff Lieberman
- Starring Don Scardino, Patricia Pearcy & R.A. Dow
- 1976 | 93mins | USA | 18