If you're a horror fan in the Los Angeles area, then the New Beverly Cinema has probably had your weekend plans covered once or twice. This Saturday it's a 35mm screening of 1990's Child's Play 2, complete with a pre-movie Q&A with awesome guests.
Ultra-Rare Producer's Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Screens on 35mm This Saturday at the New Bev
In the Los Angeles area and looking to celebrate the fast approaching Halloween holiday? The New Bev has your weekend plans! Screening for the first time since 1995, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers is ready to bestow the mark of Thorn upon us all!
On August 8 the Sundance Institute and Cinespia will team up to bring you the ultimate cult classic double feature. And the location? We're glad you asked. It's the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles.
If you're going to be near the Chinese Theaters in Hollywood this week, be sure to pop in on Wednesday to enjoy Mad Monster's screening of Blacula featuring a Q&A with cast members Denise Nicholas and Bob Minor. Sounds like a blast!
With one classic show after another, Mad Monster Movie Nights has proven to be a guaranteed good time. Their next presentation will certainly be no different. On Tuesday, November 13, Mad Monster will screen Army of Darkness in celebration of the film's 20th anniversary. Groovy.
Attention Los Angeles area…be on the lookout for a strange individual wielding a large butcher knife wearing what appears to be a modified William Shatner mask. That's right, Michael Myers is coming to the City of Angels this Saturday with a screening of Halloween II at the New Bev.
On Saturday, October 13, Mad Monster Movie Night will feature a classic anthology film. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Creepshow, Mad Monster will screen the legendary film at the Chinese 6 Theaters in Hollywood at 9 p.m.
Fresh off a highly successful screening of A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, Mad Monster is prepped to deliver another evening of horrific entertainment on September 13th at the Chinese 6 Theaters in Hollywood. The main event this time? A screening of The Lost Boys.
Joe Dante Coming to Chicago's Music Box Theater this Friday August 10th for Hole 3D and Gremlins 2 Double Feature!
In or around the Chicago area and fancy yourself a Joe Dante fan? Then you'll definitely want to keep reading as the Master of Horror is heading to the Windy City, and he's bringing a few films to share!
If you happen to live in the Chicago-area and call yourself a horror fan, it's probably best to just go ahead and clear your plans for next weekend as what we're about to tell you has to be infinitely cooler than anything you already have going on.
We hate it when a plan falls apart. A couple of weeks ago, or was it last week? (so much new; so few brain cells)... Anyway, previous reports of a rare print of The Shining with an alternate ending being shown in New York have proven false.
Oh, how we wish we were based out of Rochester, New York. Why? Because the Stanley Kubrick terror-driven tour de force The Shining will be playing up on the big screen like you've never seen it before.
Is there a more iconic scene in recent memory than that T-Rex looking at the kids through the window of the SUV, pupil dilating with the sweep of the flashlight, moments before he smashes the thing to scrap metal? I don't think so. And now you'll be able to experience it in all its glory on the big screen once again.
An 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.
A new ghostly story is due out for theaters this coming weekend, but for the people of one city in the Canadian north, it just might arrive a bit early. A fund raising party in aid of the Canadian Film Centre will be running the film tomorrow night - that's Wednesday, March 25th, at 7 pm!