When: Wed., April 24, 8 p.m.
The Psychotronic Film Society celebrates the life and career of the late William Castle, a pioneering writer, producer, director and marketing genius responsible for many of the most unusual and peculiar suspense thrillers and horror flicks of the 1940s through the 1970s -- including "The Lady from Shanghai," "The House on Haunted Hill," "Homocidal," "Mr. Sardonicus," "The Tingler" and "Rosemary's Baby." His box-office success also inspired Alfred Hitchcock to make his classic 1960 shocker "Psycho." For this special screening, the PFS will show one of Castle's least-known and most bizarre films, which is rarely seen in public. The exact title remains a secret right up until showtime. Adventurous movie lovers are encouraged to take a chance, buy a ticket and be pleasantly surprised.