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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Horror Classics

Today while driving to work, I was listening to a morning radio show that had two guests who represent some iconic characters in horror film history.  You might not know Cassandra Peterson and Linda Blair, but they play the roles of 80s and 70s icons Elvira and Regan (The Exorcist Girl).

They both talked about two upcoming events that you should definitely put on your radar!

TONIGHT! In theatres across America, there is a special screening of The Exorcist with extended scenes. If you have never seen or heard of the Exorcist, something is wrong with you. Definitely go check this one out. Check your local listings! I never even heard of this screening until today, so hurry and run before it sells out!!

I found this article detailing the showing, check it out

80s Sex symbol and horror film diva Elvira makes her triumphant return to television this weekend. Elvira's Movie Macabre show cases some of the best and worst horror films. If you're stuck at home (and we all know how crappy tv is), might as well check this out! Again, this is the first I heard of her return to this show, and I'm not sure if it kicks off this weekend or started last weekend.  But the first film was listed as Night of the Living Dead! Check your local listings. Enjoy!!

A little Night of the Living Dead to indulge you:

19 comments:

  1. I'll make sure to check that out, what channel is it on?

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  2. Oh crap, why didn't I found about this earlier. Thanks for the info.

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  3. "TONIGHT! In theatres across America, there is a special screening of The Exorcist with extended scenes."

    How come I haven't heard of this????????

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  4. ^^^
    They re-released it a few years ago with some 'new' scenes and some extended ones.
    Worth a watch if you haven't seen it in awhile.

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  5. What I think's funny is that NOTLD aside, all the other announced movies were already shown on MST3K.

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  6. That last vid is a classic for sure!! Nice!

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  7. Very classical! Like the blog says<3 Following*

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  8. I love Elvira. I saw here movie in the late 80's with a friend. We were the only ones in the theater laughing. Couldn't understand are people really that lacking in a sense of humor? It was funny!

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  9. Nice way to prepare for Halloween season

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  10. heh morning shows are usually so biased

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  11. another classic: chuckie! i was always scared of that dumb doll haha

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