American Werewolf to Hit the Screen in London

An American Werewolf in LondonAn American Werewolf in London is starting up where it left off in a planned screening of the film in London, UK. Curzon Cinemas is making this more than just a screening; included will be live music and booze in their ‘Slaughtered Lamb’ themed bar, special guests will do the introductions, and lots of other little things will be included in the festivities.

An American Werewolf in London is certainly one of the best werewolf movies to date, and may even arguably be the top dog. Some of you might find it difficult to get to London for this awesome sounding screening and might be wondering, “Hey, could Dread Central help me out with travel expenses?” We’re glad you asked! The answer is, “No, of course not, you silly bastard.” That’s not to say we wouldn’t love to go; seeing this brilliant horror comedy in London itself, with booze in hand, is guaranteed to be a good time.

The screening event is scheduled for June 26th at the Curzon Soho. The bar opens at 9:30 and you can totter into the screening at 11:30. For more and up-to-date information, visit the Curzon Cinemas webpage!

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    I absolutely consider An American Werewolf in London to be far and away the best werewolf film ever made and one of the best horror films period ever made. There is still no better transformation scene and in fact as made obvious in Underworld the effects are getting worse with the use of CGI instead of practical effects. I also find it to be far funnier than most comedies out there. Cool things like this never happen in Chicago. The closest thing would be seeing a triple feature at the Vic Theatre’s Brew and View that they do when there’s no concert. There was nothing like watching House of 1,000 Corpses with a theatre full of drunken people. I made the trip downtown 5 times to see it along with whichever Final Destination came out around the same time and a third horror film that I can’t remember. Good times.