We know this is pretty late notice, but you West Coasters still have time to make it to the Grindhouse Film Festival at the New Beverly Cinema this Tuesday, April 10th, at 7:30 pm. Look at this unique lineup they’ve got for you.
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From the Press Release
The Grindhouse Film Festival returns to the New Beverly Cinema on Tuesday, April 10th, with two period films that’ll first thrill you and then confuse you. First up is The 7 Brothers Meet Dracula (the American theatrical version of the Roy Ward Baker/Chang Cheh Dracula and Kung Fu classic The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires). Whether you prefer your vampires to be of the well-dressed Transylvanian type or the hopping Chinese-style, this one is guaranteed to satisfy with the best of both worlds.
Following this will be Peter Perry’s period sexploitation film The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill, in which a bunch of naked American actors do their best with some fake British accents. A well-worn print to add some sleaze to the ridiculous action on screen.
The event starts at 7:30 pm, and admission for the double-feature plus a reel of rare exploitation trailers and a free raffle is still only $8.00.
Eric Caidin and Brian Quinn with Grindhouse Releasing present The Grindhouse Film Festival at New Beverly Cinema, 7165 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA; (323) 938-4038.
The 7 Brothers Meet Dracula (1974)
(aka The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires)-Directed by Roy Ward Baker and Chang Cheh, Starring Peter Cushing, David Chiang, Julie Ege, Robin Stewart, Shih Szu and John Forbes-Robertson
The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill(1966)
Directed by Peter Perry Jr., Starring Stacey Walker, William Rotsler, Linda Cochran, Ora Kittle, Ginger Hale, Orlando Fenwick and John Andrews
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