Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood

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Join us for the 30th anniversary of cult classic Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988) Fears & Beers screening at the TCL Chinese 6 Theater in Hollywood.

Tickets are $16.00 and includes admittance to the screening and a complimentary beer for guest who are 21+. Purchase your tickets by clicking the ticket link. A Q&A with the director John Carl Buechler & cast moderated by Brian Collins of Birth.Movies. Death follows the screening. Trivia game with prize giveaways!!

Synopsis:
Years after Tommy Jarvis chained him underwater at Camp Crystal Lake, the dormant Jason Voorhees returns to the camp grounds when he is accidentally released from his prison by a telekinetic teenager.

Tickets are not refundable

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The Screamfest 2017 Festival Roundup

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Another October has come and gone, which means another year in the books for the Screamfest Horror Film Festival. Every year, when we reach the award ceremony and closing night party we find that it is bittersweet. Much like the last day of school, the final night of the festival is the last of a ten-day marathon of the genre’s best of the year. From filmmakers to press to festival staff, we have become a quick and happy family by the final day, and it is sad to see everyone go their separate ways.

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2017 FESTIVAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED

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2017 SCREAMFEST HORROR FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED
“TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID” & “THE LAPACE’S DEMON” Among Top Winners
Marianne Maddalena Honored with Career Achievement Award

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Screamfest Announces Official Lineup

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The countdown has officially begun for Screamfest 2017 and we have dropped the official lineup. With less than two weeks before the festival kickoff, we here at Screamfest are gearing for another kick ass year of genre films from around the world. Aside from the killer American films to look forward to, we also have an especially great lineup of international films to check out. Some of our most well received films in recent years have been international titles, including last year’s Lake Bodom out of Finland.

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