Vampyr (90th Anniversary) at City Screen Picture House

Nadja Moncolova, Contributor
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Vampyr (90th Anniversary) at City Screen Picture House, York 22 May 2022 Tickets from £5.00 — Book now

Celebrate the 90th anniversary of one of cinema’s great nightmares: Vampyr at City Screen Picture House, combining ominous sound, chilling imagery, and stunning filmmaking techniques.

An eerie and seemingly forgotten countryside inn is visited by a traveller obsessed with the supernatural. Soon, he finds the family that lives there pulling him into a mystery that crosses between the realms of the living and the dead.


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