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Run by Grand Cinema employee Justin Giallo (pictured), Grindhouse Theater has been an eight years-in the-making dream. Through blood, sweat and tears, what was once a single showing of The Evil Dead has turned into an exploitation extravaganza, with movies ranging from Cannnibal Ferox to Phantasm. Recently, Grindhouse had a special X-Mas showing of the original Silent Night, Deadly  Night, accompanied by a special horror bazaar for those hard-to-shop for relatives. But it's not all gore and screams; Grindhouse peppers each night with a slew of extra goodies like t-shirt and magazine give-a-ways. If you're lucky, you might even be able to catch a live Skype with an actor from one of the movies on the big screen before the flick. If you ever find yourself in the Seattle area, be sure to take a quick trip south and check out this local haunt.

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