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Slumber Party Returns

July 30 @ 9:30 pm - July 31 @ 6:00 am

$30
It’s been three long years since our last installment, but now Slumber Party climbs out of the grave to bring you another all-night movie marathon! Five undead movies haunt the silver screen back-to-back in this incredible event. Will you survive until dawn?
Tickets $30, and proof of vaccination is required for this all-night event with seating capacity reduced to 75% for distancing. Tickets will sell out in advance, get yours today.
Plus prizes and giveaways all night long!
Movie #1: DEMONS, 1985, 88 min., unrated. *RARE 35MM SCREENING* A mysterious mask turns people into demons at a horror movie screening in this practical effects splatter fest. There is no better way to watch a horror film that takes place in a movie theatre than with an audience in a crowded auditorium!
Movie #2: DRAG ME TO HELL, 2009, 99 min. rated PG-13. Loan officer Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) must escape a supernatural curse in this gross-out rollercoaster ride directed by Slumber Party staple Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead trilogy).
Movie #3: TALES FROM THE CRYPT: DEMON KNIGHT, 1995, 92 min., rated R. The Cryptkeeper guides us through this gory showdown between malevolent demons and an eternal guardian. Billy Zane dazzles in a joyous performance that must be seen.
Movie # 4: NINJA III: THE DOMINATION, 1984, 92 min., rated R. Flashdance meets The Exorcist when an evil warrior possesses the body of an aerobics instructor. Go, ninja, go!
Movie #5 FRANKENHOOKER, 1990, 85 min., unrated. When his fiancée is killed by one of his inventions, a would-be scientist heads to NYC’s 42nd Street to find spare human parts to put her back together again. Directed by bad taste auteur Frank Henenelotter (Basket Case).

Organizer

Circle Cinema
Phone:
9185853456
Email:
chuck@circlecinema.com
Website:
http://www.circlecinema.org/

Venue

Circle Cinema
10 South Lewis Ave
Tulsa, OK 74104 United States
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Phone:
9185853456
Website:
http://www.circlecinema.org/