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Mother of Tears in Theatres Soon!

Mother of Tears (click to see it bigger!)Dario Argento’s Mother of Tears (review) will be getting a limited theatrical release starting June 6th, 2008, but don’t expect it to show up in every state!

B-D got a old of all the dates and locations where Argento’s third Mother flick will be appearing:

06/06/08 New York – Sunshine Cinema

06/06/08 Los Angeles – Nuart Theatre

06/06/08 Irvine – University Town Center 6

06/06/08 Philadelphia – Ritz Bourse

06/06/08 Cambridge, MA – Kendall Square 9 Cinema

06/06/08 Washington, DC – E Street Cinema

06/20/08 San Francisco – Lumiere 3 Theatre

06/20/08 Berkeley – Shattuck 10 Cinema

06/20/08 Minneapolis – Lagoon 5 Cinema

06/27/08 Denver – Starz Film Center

06/27/08 San Diego – Ken Cinema

06/27/08 Austin – Dobie 4 Theatre

07/04/08 Seattle – Varsity 3 Theatre

07/04/08 Chicago – Music Box Theatre

07/11/08 St. Louis – Tivoli 3 Theatre

07/11/08 Atlanta – Midtown Art Cinema

Damnit! Not a single Florida location! I was really looking forward to see Asia Argento face off against a nasty witch … oh well.

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