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Let’s Get Bloody Tonight!

on October 31, 2011 | 1 Comment

Happy Halloween, everyone!
It’s also Rue Morgue‘s birthday, and to celebrate we’re hosting a screening of the extended cut of the original My Bloody Valentine, with cast and crew in attendance, at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in down town Toronto (corner of King and John) this evening at 6:30. (More details here.)
Slasher films don’t get much more fun, or Canadian, than My Bloody Valentine, and this is your chance to see it like it’s never been seen before on the big screen, with a crisp picture, all the benefits of the killer sound system at the Lightbox and several of the deleted gore scenes put back in the film. After the screening, we’ll have a Q&A with director George Mihalka and several other crew and cast members. Plus, we’ll have a few other treats for audience members too. Join us for a Harry Warden Halloween tonight!

Tags: 1981, Bell Lightbox, george mihalka, Halloween, Harry Warden, My Bloody Valentine, slasher, TIFF, Toronto

Responses to Let’s Get Bloody Tonight!

  1. Evil_Otto says:

    Now THAT’S a way to spend Hallowe’en! What a fantastic Canadian fright flick…
    Although I would advise against sneaking away to the projection booth, store rooms, etc. for some “one-one-one time,” especially with Harry lurking about.

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