“No other 24 hour horror movie marathon in Chicago can screen Digital Cinema quality or 35mm film,” boasts the Music Box website, in a not-so-subtle dig at Terror in the Aisles. For seven years the two operations collaborated on the hugely popular Music Box Massacre, though since 2012 they’ve been presenting rival marathons on successive weekends. This year’s Music Box bash includes Victor Sjöström’s rarely screened 1920 silent The Phantom Carriage; Boris Karloff returning home for the UK chiller The Man They Could Not Hang (1939); Jacques Tourneur’s classic Cat People (1942); Oliver Reed playing someone even scarier than himself in The Curse of the Werewolf (1961); Werner Herzog’s pestilential Nosferatu the Vampyr (1979); and, right when you should be in church, Takashi Miike’s extreme Audition (1999). Special guest this year is director John McNaughton (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer and the sadly overlooked Normal Life), appearing Saturday at 7 PM to introduce his 1991 shocker The Borrower.