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Late Nite Grindhouse Presents ‘The Crazies’ on January 19 & 20 at Moolah Theatre & Lounge

Late Nite Grindhouse returns to the Moolah Theatre & Lounge this Friday & Saturday with 1973’s The Crazies!

Romero returns to firmer horror territory as a small rural town finds itself in the grip of an infection which send its hosts into a violent, homicidal frenzy.

Late Nite Grindhouse presents The Crazies Friday, January 19th

Saturday, January 20th

Pre-show at 11:30pm Film at Midnight Tickets are $7. Our psychotronic pre-show starts around 11:30p with the film starting at Midnight.

The Moolah Theatre & Lounge serves alcohol until 1 Am! Themed drinks will be available prior and during the show! All drinks ordered in the bar can be brought into the theater.

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George Romero’s The Crazies Midnights This Weekend at The Moolah

“Look, we’ve quarantined the area. We’re sealing off the town!”

The Crazies screens Midnights this weekend (January 19th and 20th) at The Moolah Theater and Lounge (3821 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, Mo 63108) as part of Destroy the Brain’s monthly Late Nite Grindhouse film series.

Just in case some stubborn people are still questioning the late George A. Romero’s talent after his 1968 milestone Night Of The Living Dead, do us all a favor and head over ot The Moolah this weekend for the midnight screenings of his 1973 horror follow-up The Crazies! Once again a film stuffed with subtle criticism on society and pitch black humor. The Crazies immediately demands your full attention with a powerful pre-credits opening sequence and the high-excitement level is upheld throughout the entire movie. The little Pennsylvanian town of Evans City is overcome with a secret, but very lethal, government virus leaving the infected either dead or incurably insane.
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Arrow Video’s March 2018 Blu-ray Releases Include Killer Klowns From Outer Space and George A. Romero’s The Crazies

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Keep an eye on the sky and watch out for creepy cotton candy, because Arrow Video is bringing Killer Klowns from Outer Space to Blu-ray like never before with a new restoration early next year, along with individual Blu-ray releases of their George A. Romero Between Night and Dawn collection as well as Donnie Darko.

From Arrow Video: "New UK/Us Title: Killer Klowns from Outer Space (Blu-ray)

A cinematic experience unparalleled in this galaxy, now newly restored by Arrow Video for this stellar edition.

Pre-order in the UK via Arrow:

Pre-order in the UK via Amazon:

Our Us pre-order links will be live soon!

Release date: 26/27 March

Step aside Pennywise… These Killer Klowns from Outer Space are outta this world – literally! – and they’re packing deadly popcorn guns and cotton candy cocoons!

When Mike and his girlfriend
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New To Theatres This Weekend: Cop Out, The Crazies, Defendor

This weekend at the box office it's a battle between Kevin Smith's first studio comedy Cop Out and Breck Eisner's remake of George Romero's The Crazies. Will Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan make for a bankable combination? Are people getting sick of zombie movies? We'll have the answers to these questions and more come Monday. Meanwhile, in limited release, we have a handful of interesting flicks including the Oscar-nominated French film A Prophet, the Woody Harrelson superhero dramedy Defendor, The Yellow Handkerchief starring Kristen Stewart, and the indie drama Toe to Toe. What will you be watching this weekend? Cop Out [1] The Crazies [2] Defendor [3] (limited) A Prophet [4] (limited) Toe to Toe [5] (limited) The Yellow Handkerchief [6] (limited) The Art of the Steal [7] (limited) Prodigal Sons [8] (limited) [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] http://www.
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Interviews: Danielle Panabaker, Joe Anderson, and Radha Mitchell -- Talking about trying to survive The Crazies in the upcoming horror film

Written by Matt Goldberg Danielle Panabaker (Becca) While she may be getting a reputation as a "Scream Queen", Danielle Panabaker seems to relish the title. Already showing off her horror chops earlier this year with "Friday the 13th" and last year with the psychological thriller "Mr. Brooks", Panabaker not only seems excited by these roles but has a genuine interest in the whole production and while she does seem accident-prone, she enjoys the physicality of the role while constantly appreciating not only the visceral horror but the thematic horror of a town under quarantine and its citizens falling victim to a terrifying virus. On the script: "I love that it starts moving right away. There are no secrets. There's something wrong in this town." On being considered a "scream-queen": "I would love to be a scream ...
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