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Coffee Saints

Little King Street

Edinburgh

EH1 3SP

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A mysterious stranger turns up at a snowed-in military fort during the American Civil War telling of horrors out on the westward trail.

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*Due to our temporary move to Coffee Saints in the Saint James Centre, this screening will be much more of a pop-up community cinema nature, with a smaller projected screen and no surround sound*

This year's Grassmarket Halloween screening is one of the very best British chillers and definitely not for the faint-hearted. The late, great Antonia Bird cast her favourite muse Robert Carlyle as Col. Ives, a veteran soldier who has seen horrors upon the trail. When he turns up at a remote military outpost in the Sierra Nevada he tells of a group of people needing rescuing from an awful predicament. However, nothing is quite what it seems and before too long the blood is flowing. Also stars Guy Pearce, David Arquette and Jeremy Davies.

NOTES: Strong gory violence, cannibalism and a foreboding atmosphere throughout.

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Organiser Grassmarket Picture House (Community Cinema)

Organiser of GCPH Screening: Ravenous

The GCPH provides all screenings to its community and supporters free of charge, working in conjunction with Filmbank Media, Cinema for All, Glasgow Short Film Festival, Africa in Motion, Edinburgh Short Film Festival, the Scottish Documentary Institute and Take One Action Film Festival, among others. In the past the GCPH has hosted special one-off screenings and film related events including Scottish or UK premieres, Q & A's with Directors and workshops. More information here.

Run by volunteers we show free films so filmmakers can reach new audiences and everyone, no matter what background can watch a movie on the big screen. Donations always welcome.

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