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TRIPLE FEATURE: ARMY OF DARKNESS, 1992, WAXWORK, 1988, & THE BEYOND (…E TU VIVRAI NEL TERRORE! L’ALDILĄ), 1981
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Address: Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028
Cost: $11 general admission, $9 Student/Senior, $7 for Cinematheque Members
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Triple Feature: ARMY OF DARKNESS, 1992, Universal Pictures, 81 min. Dir. Sam Raimi. Swallowed up by a time vortex at the end of the previous EVIL DEAD installment, horror hero Ash (Bruce Campbell) finds himself trapped in medieval times. In order to get back, he must once again find the accursed Necronomicon while battling legions of the undead. Upping the comedic elements of the previous entries, ARMY OF DARKNESS plays as if the Three Stooges directed JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS blasted out by a boom-stick.
WAXWORK, 1988, Lionsgate, 95 min. Dir. Anthony Hickox. A mysterious man invites a group of teens to a special midnight showing of his Waxwork. What they think will be a night of goofy fun turns into terror when one by one they are sucked into the exhibits. Full of murder, mayhem and mischief, WAXWORK is a true melting pot of horror and comedy. 35mm collection print courtesy of the UCLA Film & Television Archive.
THE BEYOND (…E TU VIVRAI NEL TERRORE! L’ALDILĄ), 1981, Box Office Spectaculars, 87 min. Dir. Lucio Fulci. In director Lucio Fulci’s Gothic masterpiece, Lisa (Catriona MacColl) inherits a decrepit New Orleans hotel and hopes to renovate it. What her real estate agent failed to tell her is that one of seven doors to Hell is in the cellar; after several gruesome accidents, the passageway opens, unleashing a horde of zombies. Both gory and surreal, Fulci's tribute to Antonin Artaud’s Theatre of Cruelty is not so much a film as a stunning series of brutal images - faces eaten by spiders, seeing-eye dogs gone mad, men losing eyeballs and, of course, blood-soaked bodies. With one of Fabio Frizzi's most menacing scores. Special Ticket Prices: $15 General, $13 Cinematheque Members. No vouchers.
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PINK'S HOT DOGS
709 N La Brea Ave Los Angeles, Ca 90038 At Melrose - Only In L.A. Could A Hot Dog Stand Become A Celebrity. Pinks Has Been Serving Up Chili Dogs Since 1939 And People Stand In Line For Them Day And Night. Personally I've Had Better. The Standard Chili
UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE THEATRE
5919 Franklin Avenue, Hollywood, 90028 323.908.8702 - The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Is The Home For All Things Comedy In Los Angeles. We Have Affordable, High Quality Shows Seven Nights A Week. All Shows Are $8, $5 Or Free And All Shows Are All A ....
THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM
1660 N. Highland Ave, Hollywood, Ca 90028 In The Historic Max Factor Building (323) 464 7776 - The Hollywood Museum Is Located In The World-Famous Historic Max Factor Building. The Magnificently Restored Hollywood Regency Style Art Deco Landmark Building Is Located In The “Heart Of Hollywood
CATALINA JAZZ CLUB BAR & GRILL
6725 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90028 Entrance Is On Mccadden Place 323 466-2210 - Supper Club And Jazz Venue In The Heart Of Hollywood. Full Bar And Menu. They Are Also Open For Lunch Mon-Fri. See Their Website For Current Performance Schedule.
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DEARLY DEPARTED - A TRAGICAL HISTORY TOUR
6603 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90028 - - Dearly Departed Tours Is A Three Hour Tour Of Hysterical Proportions. 100 Locations Over 35 Miles Of Murder And Mayhem. See Where Hugh Grant Was Busted, And Reenact George Michael's Most Famous Momen ....
RED LINE METRO HOLLYWOOD/VINE STATION
6250 Hollywood Bl. Los Angeles 90038 60 Park/Ride Lot Spaces (Parking Fee) - What's There: Across The Street You'll Find The Pantages Theatre. Walk To Your Left As You Exit The Station To Vine Street. Walk Left On Vine Along The "Walk Of Fame" Toward Sunset Bl. At Sunset And
RED LINE METRO HOLLYWOOD & HIGHLAND
Underneath The Hollywood & Highland Complex At The Corner Of Hollywood & Highland - The Metro Station Is Directly Below The Shopping And Entertainment Complex At Hollywood And Highland Where You Will Find Upscale Shops, Dining, Nightlife And The Kodak Theatre (Home To The Annual Osc ....
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