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Full Clu Gulager Film Festival Details!

Send more cops!What are you doing tonight? I’m recording a new Dinner for Fiends, but the rest of you in the L.A. area should be heading out to see the Clu Gulager Film Festival, which kicks off tonight at 7:30 PM with a screening of Dan O’Bannon’s punktastic Return of the Living Dead.

The film will be followed by a cast and crew Q&A with the following special guests: Clu Gulager, Dan O’Bannon, James Karen, Don Calfa,
Thom Matthews, Brian Peck, Beverly Randolph, John Philbin, Jewel
Shepard, Tony Gardner, Kenny Myers and Willian Stout!

The fest continues with a 9:45 PM showing of Feast while Thursday’s flicks consist of another Feast screening at 7:30 PM with a Q&A with Clu Gulager, John Gulager, Diane Ayala Goldner, Duane Whitaker, Joel Soisson and Kevin O’Neill. This is followed by a second screening of Return.

Friday will bring The Killers showing at 7:30 PM with special guests Clu Gulager, Courtney Joyner and Rebecca Reynolds. A Q&A with these three is also scheduled and will be followed by The Last Picture Show at 9:45 PM. The same two films will be shown on Saturday, August 30th, with Clu and Rebecca returning for another Q&A.

Check out Grindhouse Film Festival’s MySpace for more details. The fest will be held at the New Beverly Cinema on 7165 Beverly Blvd in LA.

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