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2021 OPENING NIGHT CARPET

2021 Opening Night Carpet

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CLOSING NIGHT AWARDS RECEPTION

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My Bloody Valentine 3D - Fears & Beers

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Screamfest Fears & Beers is back with the 3D screening of My Bloody Valentine, 2009. A Q&A with writer Todd Farmer, director Patrick Lussier and other cast tba moderated by Brian Collins. Tickets are $16.00 and include a complimentary beer for guests 21+.

Patrons must show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 and photoID. Show either your physical vaccine card or digital copy. Photo ID MUST match vaccination card.

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KRAMPUS Gets Naughtier

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Ask the average genre fan what their favorite Christmas horror film is, and you'll probably hear "Black Christmas" as the answer more often than not. And for good reason: it's a scary, suspenseful film that helped kickstart the slasher sub-genre, but also contains a lot of humor that helps make it an all around easy choice to pull off the shelf every holiday.

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Are Audio Commentaries Going Extinct?

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"At least there's a commentary..."

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Bloody Best


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