Dracula Film Festival Kicks Off with New Movie ‘Renfield’ (Thurs., 4/13/27)
The soon to be released film Renfield will be showing at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Harris Theater April 13 through 27. The movie is directed by Chris McKay (The Tomorrow War, The LEGO Batman Movie) and starring, Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage and Nicholas Hoult, Renfield is a modern day tale of Dracula’s loyal servant and his adventures as he works for history’s most narcissistic boss.
Make sure to wear a thick turtleneck as there are four other classic Dracula flicks in the festival. Dracula (1931) will run on Saturday, April 15, Dracula (1979) on Sunday, April 16, followed by Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) on Saturday, April 22, and finally Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) on Sunday, April 23.
Dracula fans will receive a commemorative miniature coffin at no charge when they purchase tickets to any two of the featured screenings. Screen printed with the titles of these Drac flicks. Those who purchase all five films will receive free concessions during their visits to the Harris Theater in addition to the free coffin. What fun, so what if it interferes with your sleep soundness for a while! A BYOB option is also available. 809 Liberty Ave., Cultural District.