Chris Bailey, lead singer of punk legends The Saints, has always had an affinity for the darker side of human existence. Perhaps this explains why he's chosen the Roger Corman-directed Edgar Allen Poe-penned horror classic ‘Tales of Terror’. Starring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Basil Rathbone, the 1962 three-film film is regarded as one of Corman’s best in his famed Poe series and one which jointly serves a highly enjoyable dish of humour and chills. Join Bailey on a journey into the underworld and discover how this nightmarish reverie changed the path of his own musical history.Supported by Triple R.
Australian Centre For The Moving Image (ACMI)Tenancy 6, Alfred Deakin Building, Federation Square2 Swanston StreetMelbourne VIC 3000
03 8663 2583www.acmi.net.au
24/11/2012Sat: 7pm – 8.40pm
Full $15, concession $12, ACMI member $11.
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