Gore gone global - Page 2

At last -- a Pakistani horror film that rocks


"The characters in Zibahkhana are part of the urban elite," Khan said in an interview with British newspaper the Guardian. "It's true that class lives in a privileged bubble. The real, frightening, 'unknown' Pakistan is out there in the countryside, and that is why in the film it is when the kids leave the city that they starting encountering trouble."


Wed/2, 7:30 p.m., $5

Hypnodrome Theatre

575 10th St., SF

(415) 377-4202, www.deadchannels.com

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