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Alamo Drafthouse books premiere of INVALUABLE Jan. 31

Evening features guest appearances by special effects artist Tom Sullivan and director Ryan Meade

Alamo Drafthouse books premiere of INVALUABLE Jan. 31

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Kalamazoo is excited to announce that it will be hosting a one-night-only world premiere of the new documentary, INVALUABLE, with special guest artist/animator Tom Sullivan in attendance.

INVALUABLE will be showing at the Alamo Drafthouse Kalamazoo Cinema at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Friday, January 31.

INVALUABLE examines the life of Tom Sullivan, special-effects creator on Sam Raimi’s EVIL DEAD trilogy. It features Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss, Betsy Baker, Hal Delrich, Theresa Tilly, and Ted Raimi.

In an interview with Retroist, Director Ryan Meade said, “You can expect to be blown away all the way through. It’s a real roller coaster ride. You’re gonna be smiling, laughing, and crying, and smiling again. You can expect to see things you’ve never seen, to learn things you never knew, and gain a whole new appreciation for the [Evil Dead] franchise.”

Tom Sullivan and director Ryan Meade will be in attendance to sign autographs after the screenings and do a post-show Q&A. All ticket prices are $10 and can be purchased in advance at http://drafthouse.com/movies/invaluable/kalamazoo or at the box office.
 

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