The 2013 B Movie Celebration: Oct 25th – 27th

I received this in my email inbox a few days ago and I meant to post it earlier.

As this is our first event in the Chicagoland area, so we need your help
in getting the word out to the legions of B Movie fans. This is an
annual event giving B Movies the exposure they so rightly deserve.

The Hollywood Boulevard Cinema in Woodridge Illinois will be hosting the Seventh Annual B Movie Celebration October 25th-27th. We are asking for your help to get the word out.

the past seven years, fans of the often maligned genre of B-movies have
gathered to just to watch classic and emerging B-films, but not just to
passively view the films, as the name implies, celebrate them! This
year — the Seventh— looks like being the biggest yet. Why? The
organizers have been rampaging through the independent film underworld,
ferreting out a host of new releases and soon-to-be-classics to be
introduced into the Celebration’s film program. Many of the films
presented will be either North American or World premiere.

The Celebration will feature screenings of over 68 B movies,
including 26 feature films as well as 42 cutting edge shorts. We will
also have personal appearances from such B Greats as B Director Jim
Wynorski, Fred Olen Ray and Kevin Tenney . New digitally remastered
versions of Wynorski’s “The Lost Empire” and “Chopping Mall will be
launched, Fred Olen Ray will have the World’ Premiere of his film “After
Midnight” and Kevin Tenney will be present during a screening of his opus “Witchboard”.

For those that are about to Schlock we salute you.

For further information please go to our website

This looks like a lot of fun. It’s a big shame I won’t be able to make it. If any of my readers end up going, let us know how it was.

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Shannon Tatlock

Thank goodness Chicago is so far away! I feel like we would have made the drive if it had been in Boston, or New York. 😉

Michael Tatlock

Damn straight we would have and you would've loved it… or else!!!

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