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Friday, September 3, 2021

Halloween 2021 Horror Film & Stream Guide

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September 18 - October 31;
Bob Baker Marionette Theater, 4949 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90042 
$20.00 per ticket
 
In this hour-long, family friendly boo-sical revue, over one hundred spirited puppets rally to unearth ghastly things on strings. For the first time in thirty years, the Hallowe’en Spooktacular has undergone a full refurbishment. The show runs through October 31, and tickets cost $20 per person. The Theater requires proof of vaccination for all guests over the age of 12. From whirling witches and the soulful laments of Dracula and Vampira, to a bone-rattling soirée of glow-in-the-dark skeletons in a hidden cabaret, Bob Baker’s Hallowe’en Spooktacular whisks you to the place where imagination lurks.
 
 
BEYOND FEST 9.29 - 10.11
 
Beyond Fest full schedule is up and also a doozy, many films are sold out or RSVP's won't be available
until Oct. A huge chunk of horror films and sadly Halloween Kills is already sold out. But, there's other gruesome scares to see.

Sept 30- Oct 3
Raleigh Studios Hollywood
5300 Melrose Ave E, Los Angeles, CA 90038
$$

The annual horror film festival is back at Raleigh Studios. More details on schedule and films as they come out.

Oct 12-21
Location Unknown
$$ 

Not a lot of details other annual horror film festival. We'll update when we get word.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rooftop Screams!
Select Nights In October 
The Montalbán

The Montalbán announces its popular Halloween-themed screening series, Rooftop Screams!, boasting a month-long program that includes wickedly scary and horrifically spooky films from the past 50 years. Offering guests a cinematic experience under the stars—with Coronavirus safety precautions in place—the fun will kick off on Friday, October 1, 2021 with the 1996 American satirical slasher Scream, directed by Wes Craven. Other fan-favorites will include The ShiningFriday The 13thThe ExorcistItHocus PocusBeetlejuice, and Pan's Labyrinth. There will be a double-feature presented on October 31st with The Nightmare Before Christmas followed by The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
 
Select Nights October
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
$

"There’s nothing like a Cinespia cemetery screening to bring Halloween season alive.

We’re back at the graveyard for Halloween traditions, cinematic tricks and movie treats for long time fans and first time visitors. Bring your coven, brood, family and friends for safe and spooky fun beyond your wildest screams: a goblin king with flare, a nightmare that may or may not be there, and an action-packed vampire pic. You don’t know Jack Nicholson until you’ve seen him bring down the house (and hotel).

DJ sets haunt the night and our wicked good free Photo Booth will let you take the frights and delights home. Pack your picnic baskets with beer and wine, or let our concessions, grill, and bar satisfy your cravings. Presented by Amazon Studios and Prime Video."
 
Lake Balboa Complex
6335 Woodley Avenue
Lake Balboa, CA 91406
$20 for one film, $30 for both

Horror films on the big screen you can see from your car.

 
Sun, Oct 10, 2021 
Select Theaters
$

After a series of mysterious deaths befalls their small town, an offbeat group of friends led by Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) becomes the target of a masked killer. As the body count rises, Sidney and her friends turn to the “rules” of horror films to help navigate the real-life terror they’re living in. The film also stars Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Skeet Ulrich, Matthew Lillard, Jamie Kennedy, Rose McGowan, and Drew Barrymore.
 
Fans who attend the special event will also be treated to a behind-the-scenes look at the film featuring vintage interviews with Wes Craven, Kevin Williamson, Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and more.
 
 
 
Sat, Oct 16, 2021, 2:00 PM
Dynasty Typewriter at The Hayworth
2511 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90057
$30
18+

A shocking spree of sensational Seventies horror — screened from lovingly rescued 16mm prints.

We forever love the genre’s vibe from that time for its backwoods grit, Gothic grandeur and just plain bugnuttery. This era’s indie visions and exploitation hybrids have never stopped delivering on their grimy promise. Don’t miss these six far-out features ruled by folk curses, desert disasters, ancestral torments, orphaned teens, demented hillbillies and telekinetic murderers!
 
THE 16th annual AERO THEATRE ALL-NIGHT HORRORTHON will take place October 23rd. Plan accordingly and spread the word. More to come. Praise Corn Gorn! #illgiveyouaride
 
October 29 – 31
At The Theatre at Ace Hotel
$$
 
On a trip to meet his (white) girlfriend's parents in their affluent suburb, Chris Washington reads the familyʼs over-accommodating behavior as an awkward attempt to deal with their daughterʼs interracial relationship. But as the weekend progresses, and after a series of disturbing discoveries, Chris realizes that just because youʼre invited doesn't mean you're welcome. Composer Michael Abels conducts his disconcerting “gospel horror” original score, performed live by the LA Opera Orchestra and the amazing DC6 Singers (the performers heard on the soundtrack).
Walt Disney Concert Hall
$$


A Halloween tradition! Don’t miss classic silent cinema with a live organ soundtrack. Film critic Leonard Maltin described Clark Wilson as a “master of silent film and showman of the first order” for his organ accompaniments of silent films. This Halloween, Wilson performs a haunting score for John S. Robertson’s 1920 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, starring John Barrymore.

 

Inside
 
 
A new 10-episode season starts on FX Sept 9th, with new episode coming to Hulu a day later.

We've loved the two previous seasons based on some of the dumbest vampires you'll ever meet all done in mockumentary style.

"What We Do in the Shadows, based on the feature film by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, returns for its third season, documenting the nightly exploits of vampire roommates Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Laszlo (Matt Berry), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) and Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch) as they navigate the modern world of Staten Island with the help of their human familiar, Guillermo (Harvey Guillén)."
 
 

 Creepshow Season 3 starts on Shudder September 23rd.
 
Elvira’s 40th Anniversary, Very Scary, Very Special Special
Saturday, September 25 at 8 pm ET
Streaming Service Shudder
 
Elvira, the queen of horror lends her witty commentary to a horror movie lineup that includes Elvira: Mistress of the DarkHouse on Haunted HillThe City of the Dead and Messiah of Evil.
 
 

Chucky, the series comes out Oct 12th on SyFy and USA.

WELCOME TO THE BLUMHOUSE LIVE:

Halloween season starts early this year with the return of Welcome To The Blumhouse LIVE, an epic virtual adventure on Thursday, October 14th that celebrates the release of 4 new Blumhouse films on Prime Video this October.

For the 2nd year in a row, Amazon Prime Video, Blumhouse Television, and Little Cinema Digital have teamed up to create an immersive, explorable virtual storyworld for Blumhouse fans worldwide. Taking inspiration from the upcoming features Bingo Hell, Black as Night, Madres and The Manor, the Welcome To The Blumhouse LIVE experience weaves the 4 films together in chilling synchrony into one interactive and explorable story world.

 

I Know What You Did Last Summer The Series
Prime Video
Oct 15

I Know What You Did Last Summer is a modern take on the 1997 film that honors the same chilling premise – in a town full of secrets, a group of teenagers are stalked by a mysterious killer a year after a fatal accident on their graduation night.


SYFY'S "DAY OF THE DEAD" PREMIERES OCTOBER 15 @ 10PM ET/PT

This ode to George A. Romero’s famous flesh-eaters reminds us that sometimes all it takes to bring people together is a horde of hungry zombies trying to rip them apart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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