Let's face it. The current millennium has not been kind to horror movies. For over a decade, we've had to deal with a constant pixelstorm of semi-sequels, requels, reboots, and ironic, self-aware plagiarism, while perfectly good chainsaws sit unused in the corner of the garage.
So we're taking it back! Back to when grown-ups could make a living by crafting plaster molds of nuclear mutants. Back to when computers were properly utilized to create spreadsheets, rather than severed limbs. Back to when creativity was not a means to make 80 million dollars, but to scare the bejesus out of audiences.
HORROR SHOW is an eclectic series that stalks the 1970s and 80s for the greatest, most electrifyingly satisfying horror offerings of the 20th Century. FUN IS GUARANTEED! SURVIVAL IS NOT!!
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If you want to see a picture of Creedence Clearwater Revival dining at Taco Bell in 1969, here you go. via BMD http://t.co/1GQVYAQJqz
We've got a line up of screenings to hide from the rain. Til then, drive safely Austin.
CABARET won eight Academy Awards, and when you see it on the big screen, you'll remember why. http://t.co/ci5HKKG4HU
Excellent segment on BEAVER TRILOGY on This American Life. http://t.co/8BT7nIh4Qv