Celebrated horror and pop-culture artist, and Rue Morgue columnist, “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin, has been immortalized in a new book – GHOULISH: THE ART OF GARY PULLIN – and it’s time to celebrate with a screening of the ’80s classic TEEN WOLF! (Thursday, May 10, 8pm at Toronto’s Royal Cinema (608 College St.) for the film. Tickets are $12 in advance (available at theroyal.to) and $14 at the door.) This is a licensed event.
Michael J. Fox, when he was fresh off Back to the Future, stars as Scott Howard, a typical high school kid who’s undergoing… changes. Typical stuff, like skin problems, a deeper voice and excess body hair. Well, actually a complete coat of body hair, plus fangs, claws, super-human strength – the usual stuff if you’re from a family of werewolves. Now Scott has gone from human zero to werewolf hero, owning the basketball court, grabbing attention from all the girls and becoming the lycan of the party. But can he handle wolf inside the man? Find out at our screening of this iconic coming-of-age monster comedy.
Plus, Gary will be on hand for a pre-screening Q&A about his book, and he’ll be selling copies of Ghoulish and signing them in the lobby after the film.
Plus, we’ll have prizes and surprises!
Hosted by horror author, journalist and filmmaker Dave Alexander. Licensed event.