Will you be one of the lucky ones to catch a theatrical screening of Drafthouse Films' release of the 1979 weirdo-classic The Visitor? Well your anxiety about the issue will soon be alleviated as the list of cities is finally here.
Check to see if you're gonna be having a blast of insanity on the big screen right here!
From the Press Release
Drafthouse Films announces a first-time theatrical platform release for the full-length cut of the phantasmagoric 1979 sci-fi/horror hybrid The Visitor. The film will open in a dozen cities starting Halloween weekend before rolling out into additional markets throughout November and the rest of the year. The repertory title will be hitting the big screen in major markets including Los Angeles, New York, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Portland, and San Francisco. A VOD/digital and home entertainment release will follow in January, 2014.
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