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The New Beverly Cinema will be featuring a rare 35mm screening of There's Nothing Out There for their next Midnight Movie. Produced in 1989, the film has been called a precursor to Scream with teens being terrorized and one of them knowing all the "rules" to horror.

The screening will be held on May 26.

The New Beverly Cinema hosts a recurring Midnight Movie that's become a favorite of genre fans. The theater is located at 7165 West Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA one block west of La Brea. The screening of There's Nothing Out There will be hosted by Brian Collins. Check out the trailer below. For more info, visit The New Beverly Cinema website or the There's Nothing Out There website.

From the Press Release

It's been called “the little film that could”. It's been called “The film that inspired Scream. It's also been called “the film that invented meta-horror”.

There's Nothing Out There, »

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