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Los Feliz 3 | Rare 35mm print from the Library of Congress
‘BLEAK WEEK: Cinema of Despair’ Series
Home / Now Showing / Cinematic Void Presents THE SEVENTH VICTIM
From producer Val Lewton who brought you CAT PEOPLE and ISLE OF THE DEAD. Finding out her sister has gone missing, Mary Gibson searches for her in New York. Soon she discovers that her sister Jacqueline has become entangled with a Satanic Cult that now wants to see her dead. Weaving equal parts noir and horror, THE SEVENTH VICTIM is an unsettling slow burn of terror and nihilism that will leave you shaken to your very soul.
FORMAT: 35mm, courtesy of the Library of Congress
DISTRIBUTOR: Warner Bros.
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