Oct. 08, 2019
By Bob Fowler
Roane State Staff Writer
The votes are in, and it’s official: The second film in a double feature of frightful flicks on Friday, Oct. 25, 2019, at the Princess Theatre on North Roane Street in Harriman will be “The Cabin in the Woods,” an R-rated movie that was originally released in 2011.
The first movie is an R-rated thriller first out in 2007 titled “Trick ‘r Treat.” That film will be screened at 7 p.m. in the historic theatre.
The free event is hosted by Roane State Community College’s Arts and Lectures Committee. The committee asked the public to select the second movie from four options.
Just before the first movie, Roane State Assistant Professor Abby Schoolfield will give a brief talk about the nature of modern horror films and the history of Halloween going back to ancient Celtic times.
For questions, please contact:
De Anna D Stephens
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(865) 354-3000 ext. 5184
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