'Friday the 13th in 3-D'


3D Horror and Fantasy Film Weekend

Daily from Nov. 10-11
7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Nov. 11
4 p.m.
$10-$15; $35 weekend pass
Festivals, Film

This weekend, the Parkway Theater will screen rare, restored, and just plain weird 3D flicks. Some use new technology, while others have a more dated charm. Things kick off with Friday the 13th 3D, in which Jason Voorhees first wears his signature hockey mask. That’s followed up with the ultra-rare Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror. After nearly 50 years missing from archives, the old-school 3D flick has been restored to 35mm. Saturday’s trio of films will begin with Starchaser: The Legend of Orin, an often overlooked animated work. Treasure of the Four Crowns is a bonkers Indiana Jones rip-off where things like severed heads, letter openers, and bats fly out at audiences. Meanwhile, Dynastyfeatures crazy stunt work and a dude who continues to fight even after someone severs his hands.