Eli Roth 50th Birthday Celebration: Hostel

In anticipation of Eli Roth’s 50th birthday, Frida writing team member Justina Bonilla explores Hostel’s treatment of Latino identity through Jay Hernandez’s character Paxton.

Register For A Nightmare On Fourth Street: Marathon Fundraiser For The Frida Cinema!

The Frida Cinema is finally reopening — and we need help from our community of fellow film lovers to make it happen!
Join us as a fundraising Marathoner at A Nightmare on Fourth Street: Marathon Fundraiser for The Frida Cinema!  Share your love of our organization with your friends and social media followers on your own fundraising page, and ask them to sponsor the nightmarish cinematic odyssey you’ll be embarking on Saturday, May 15th, when we’ll invite you to sit back, relax, and try to stay awake! as big-screen horror icon Freddy Krueger slashes his way through eight classic films, presented back-to-back starting with 1984’s A Nightmare on Elm Street, all the way through 2003’s Freddy vs. Jason!   Make it all the way through the series without falling asleep, and we’ll hook you up with an awesome prize!

Suspiria is My Baby: A List Poem

“Suspiria is my baby” is a phrase that identifies me at the Frida Cinema. I could wax poetically* all day about Dario Argento’s 1977 supernatural horror film.

#BLM: Black History Month

To celebrate Black History Month, The Frida Cinema curated a collection of fifteen films spanning over 100 years of cinematic storytelling.

10 Horror Movies to See From 1960

1960, was a monumental year for horror films. These films heavily influenced and set the creative standard for the horror films of the second half of the 20th century, and well into the 21st century. Many of these films are considered cinematic classics. To honor the 60th anniversary of these films is a list of 10 films every horror fan should see.