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Korea Invades New York! Free Movies For All!

15 December 2009 9:11 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

The mighty Grady Hendrix wrote the press release for this, which means it is far more entertaining than anything I am likely to come up.  So take it away Grady!

The American people are under attack. Held hostage by a totalitarian regime based in Hollywood that insists on torturing them with terrible movies based on lame toys and old TV shows in clear violation of their human rights, America¹s citizens cry out to the international community for assistance.


And Korea responds.


The Korean Cultural Service, the most battle-tested and technologically advanced arm of the Korean government, is staging an invasion of Manhattan to liberate Americans from their current system of entertainment.

Coordinated by the director of the Kcs, Soo Keun Song, every other Tuesday night, from January 12, 2010 until December 14, 2010, the Korean Cultural Service will be screening new Korean movies at the Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street) for free.


That¹s right, »

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More horror screenings and Zombie Walks!

14 October 2009 12:17 PM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Halloween is coming, and fright flicks are everywhere at repertory houses and special showings. Joining the screening events we previously listed here and here are more big-screen revivals of classic fear films, plus a couple of East Coast Zombie Walks!

• Canadian undead fans can take part in the 7th Annual Toronto Zombie Walk, which takes place Saturday, October 24 beginning at 3 p.m. This one starts at Trinity Bellwoods Park (meeting place is the pit between Dundas Street and, appropriately enough, Gore Vale Avenue) and ends at the Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor Street West), where the festivities continue with a Cinema of the Dead double feature of Thom Eberhardt’s Night Of The Comet and Lucio Fulci’s Zombie. Admission to the movies is $16 for ghouls and $20 for regular humans; more info on the Walk can be seen here, and on the screenings here.

• This year’s official New York City Zombie Crawl takes place Sunday, »

- (Michael Gingold)

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