Los Angeles October Horror Screenings aka Why I LOOOOVE LA

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  1. Angelman

    Angelman OCD Blu Ray Collector

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    @ The Egyptian:

    Friday, October 9
    8:00 PM 30th Anniversary: ALIEN & ALIENS

    Thursday, October 15
    8:00 PM Director's Cut: NIGHT OF THE CREEPS

    Saturday, October 17
    7:30 PM THE GOONIES & THE LOST BOYS

    *****

    @ The Aero Theater

    Saturday, October 24
    7:30 PM Ray Bradbury In Person: SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES

    Sunday, October 25
    7:30 PM THE STUNT MAN & ED GEIN

    Friday, October 30
    7:30 PM HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN & HOUSE OF DRACULA

    DUSK-TO-DAWN HORRORTHON

    Spend your Halloween night at the Aero Theatre’s fourth annual Horror-thon! Complete with the between-film free food, giveaways, trailers, crazy shorts and surprises!

    THE PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS, 1991, Universal, 102 min. Dir. Wes Craven. Claustrophobic terror and a savage satire of Reaganomics drive this tale of a teenager who tries to keep his family from being evicted but ends up trapped in the home of his psychotic landlords.Trailer

    DAY OF THE DEAD, 1985, UFDC, 102 min. Dir. George Romero. The third film in George Romero’s "Dead" series follows a group of underground scientists and military men who struggle to retain their humanity in a world populated by zombies. Trailer

    SOCIETY, 1989, Zecca Films, 99 min. Dir. Brian Yuzna. Billy suspects something isn’t quite right in his upper-class suburban neighborhood, and he’s right: Cannibalism and incest are just the beginning of the horrors going on behind closed doors. Trailer

    THE BROOD, 1979, New World Pictures, 92 min. Dir. David Cronenberg. While experimenting with a way for his patients to manifest their inner rage as actual physical growths, Dr. Hal Raglan (Oliver Reed) encounters Nola (Samantha Eggar), a mother distraught at having her child taken away. She soon becomes pregnant again – but this time, something horrible and homicidal grows inside her womb. Trailer

    Director William Lustig in Person! MANIAC, 1980, Analysis Film Releasing, 87 min. Dir. William Lustig. Character actor extraordinaire Joe Spinell wrote the script and plays the title role in this deeply disturbing portrait of a man whose abusive upbringing turns him into a serial killer. Trailer

    TERROR, 1979, Crown International Pictures, 87 min. Dir. Norman J. Warren. A supernatural force attacks the troubled Garrick dynasty, killing the family members off one by one. Trailer

    Special Horror-thon prices: General $20, Student/Senior $18, Members $15 -- includes all-night snacks.

    *****

    @ The New Beverly:

    October 3

    20th Anniversary of Wes Craven's
    Shocker (1989) Midnight (11:59 p.m.) - all seats $7

    October 4, 5
    Trick 'r Treat (2008) 7:30
    Creepshow (1982) 9:30

    Saturday October 10

    Annual All Night Horror Show! $20 Admission

    12 Hour Horror Marathon & New Bev Fundraiser

    Dog Soldiers (2002) 7:30

    The Burning (1981) 9:35

    House By The Cemetery (1981) 11:20

    Secret Movie (????) 1:00am

    Superstition (1982) 2:45am

    Fight For Your Life (1977) 4:25am

    Galaxy of Terror (1981) 6:00am

    October 17
    Beautiful Archive Print of Dario Argento's
    Inferno (1980) Midnight (11:59 p.m.) - all seats $7

    October 18, 19
    Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)
    Sun: 3:55 & 7:30; Mon: 7:30
    The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966)
    Sun: 5:40 & 9:15; Mon: 9:15

    October 20
    The Grindhouse Film Festival presents
    J.D.'s Revenge (1976) 7:30
    Blacula (1972) 9:30

    October 21, 22
    The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) 7:30
    Theater of Blood (1973) 9:25

    October 25, 26
    Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (2007)
    Sun: 4:00 & 7:30; Mon: 7:30
    13 Ghosts (1960)
    Sun: 5:45 & 9:15; Mon: 9:15

    October 27
    AIP in the 70's: Two-Headed Horror Night!
    The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (1971) 7:30
    The Thing With Two Heads (1972) 9:30

    October 28, 29
    Dracula (1931) 7:30
    Bride Of Frankenstein (1935) 9:10

    October 30
    Triple Feature! Admission $10
    Fade to Black (1980) 7:30
    Once Bitten (1985) 9:40
    Teen Wolf (1985) 11:40

    October 31
    Triple Feature! Admission $10
    Night of the Demons (1988) 7:30
    Demons (1985) 9:30
    Demons 2 (1986) 11:30
     
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    i kinda wished they did the demons thing oct 30, everyone wants to go out on 31 here, but that is a sweet lineup and the marathon! if i had known! i think im gonna try to make it ot day of the dead and society on the 30th and while i love the brood with all my heart, ive seen it so much and find it so much more serious than a halloween movie should be
     

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