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Friday, April 15, 2022

Local Hype: April Has TCM, May Has Horror

April 21-23 

See some classic films around Hollywood next weekend.

A Horror Filled May For LA 
Oddly, no Midsommar screenings yet for May

Sunday May 1st 12-6pm
3117 W Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505

Terror Market is a Los Angeles based, Horror & Pop Culture themed market that showcases some of our favorite local small businesses and makers. We started this pop-up as a way to provide a space that showcases the hard work of our favorite local artists. Our events are FREE ENTRY!
At Terror Market, you'll find diverse artists with unique art, handmade goods, food, drinks, music, photo ops and more! 
The Sadness
May 12
Streaming on Shudder

We've been looking forward to this bloody mess. There are straight up murder zombies that are out to just hurt you and mess you up as much as possible. From Taiwan, be ready for something over-the-top with blood flowing everywhere.



 The only Friday the 13th in 2022 is this May!

Friday, May 13th
Stomp the yard with the Steven Spielberg classic that brought dinosaurs back from the dead. It’s a stampede of fierce fun and veloci-rapture with the one that started them all. Picnic outdoors (with or without green Jell-o) at the Los Angeles State Historic Park. With a glorious natural amphitheater, escape the humdrum for an adrenaline rush of tooth-and-tail thrills under the stars.

Sat / May 14, 2022 - 12:00PM 
American Cinematheque at the Aero Theatre

Borrowing its name from the phrase cultural historian Mike Davis used to describe how Los Angeles is more sinister, intense, and foreboding than the city’s boosters care to admit, Sunshine and Noir: 1980s L.A. Horror Marathon takes a deep dive into the L.A.-based horror films that terrorized a generation and continue to define its fears. Curated by Wynter Mitchell-Rohrbaugh and Cinematic Void at the American Cinematheque, the marathon foregrounds the contributions of women and people of color, while also illuminating the ways in which horror films played out 1980s L.A.’s preoccupation with ambition, health, and wealth. Featuring a combination of film screenings and guest artist panels, Sunshine to Noir promises a chilling descent into the City of Angels’ dark side and a nostalgia trip of epic proportions for those whose first encounters with horror took place on VHS. 

MAY 19 - MAY 27, 2022
Los Feliz Theatre  
1822 N Vermont Ave Los Angeles, CA 90027
A metafictional psychological drama centered around actresses Charlotte Gainsbourg and Béatrice Dalle playing as fictional versions of themselves making a film about witches, but the technical goes haywire and psychotic outbreaks gradually plunge the film into chaos. 
A 16mm Movie Marathon
Sat, May 16, 2020
2:00 PM - Sun, May 17, 2020 2:00 AM PDT
Doors 1:30pm | 18+ General Admission
Tickets: $29.98 Advanced / $35.30 Day Of Show*

Suck on it PETA!
A furry free-for-all of a horror marathon -- an arkful of angry animals here to clear the decks of humanity!
After centuries of pollution and arrogance, it’s about time we’re taken out by Mother Nature. As such, these six mystery feature films are stocked to the gills with critters ready to unleash a bounty of guiltless killing. So root for the rooster and rally for the rodents, as bands of measly sapiens fend off creatures big and small -- and bigger!
Plus, we start with a community potluck. Stuff like chips and drinks are not encouraged; please bring a dish or other fun, picnic-worthy item! (Potluck covers the show’s first half; snacks and other food available at concessions for second half.)
The Secret Sixteen mission: to project horror/cult rarities exclusively from the portable, wonderous 16mm format. Hints are dropped, but titles are never revealed until they unspool onscreen.