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If you're a horror fan in the Los Angeles area, then the New Beverly Cinema has probably had your weekend plans covered once or twice. This Saturday it's a 35mm screening of 1990's Child's Play 2, complete with a pre-movie Q&A with awesome guests.
Screening this Saturday, February 22nd, at 11:59 Pm, Child's Play 2 is part of Brian Collins' Horror Movie A Day / New Beverly Midnights ongoing series. It means you get to enjoy one of the best films in an admittedly terrific franchise, and it should be an absolute joy to experience with a group of enthusiastic horror fans.
The New Beverly Cinema is located at 7165 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. Tickets are only $8 and can be purchased here. The doors open at 11:59 Pm, and the event will feature a Q&A with screenwriter/Chucky creator Don Mancini and director John Lafia.
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- Matt Serafini
Horror Movie a Day and the New Beverly Cinema are hosting a special 35mm screening of Child's Play 2 with special guests director John Lafia, writer Don Mancini, and a very special surprise guest, along with DVD giveaways. The screening takes place Saturday, February 22nd at 11:59pm at the New Beverly Cinema. Tickets are only $8 through Brown Paper Tickets.
- Alyse Wax
Every once in a while, PropDomain unloads some pieces from their vast collection of screen-used horror and sci-fi props with an auction, allowing us fans to get our hands on everything from severed limbs to screen-worn costumes. Their latest prop auction just went live this week, and you've got until tomorrow (Saturday) to get in on the action.
A wealth of incredible props are included in PropDomain's 16th horror/sci-fi auction, including rubber appliances from Slither and Splinter, a miniature castle built for and used in Elvira's Haunted Hills, a Chucky doll from Child's Play 2 and even Herman Munster's chest appliance from the failed NBC show Mockingbird Lane - which totally deserved to get at least one full season.
- John Squires
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