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Two independent genre pictures that push all sorts of
boundaries go into limited theatrical release this winter: the anthology THE
THEATRE BIZARRE (pictured) and the Troma/Astron-6 flick FATHER’S DAY. We got
the scoop on exactly where and when THEATRE BIZARRE will be playing, and
similar info just came in on DAY as well.
W2 Media sent Fango the news about the following confirmed
schedule for THE THEATRE BIZARRE, playing midnight shows at the following
locales and dates:
Los Angeles, The Nuart: January 27, February 3
New York, The Sunshine Cinema: Jan. 27, Feb. 3-4
Denver, Esquire Cinema: Jan. 27, Feb. 3-4
Seattle, Egyptian: Jan. 27-28
Dallas, Inwood: Jan. 27-28
Minneapolis, Lagoon: Feb. 3-4
Houston, River Oaks: Feb. 3-4
Washington, DC, E Street Cinema: Feb. 3-4, Feb. 10-11
THE THEATRE BIZARRE consists of Grand Guignol-inspired tales
directed by Richard Stanley, Buddy Giovinazzo, Tom Savini, Douglas Buck, Karim
Hussain, David Gregory and Jeremy Kasten. See our review here and pick up Fango #309, now on sale, for interviews with Buck and Hussain.
FATHER’S DAY is an over-the-top splatterfest focusing on a
one-eyed avenger out to get the father-killer who murdered his dad, joining
forces with a priest and a male prostitute. It’ll premiere February 10 at New
York’s Sunshine Cinema, followed by an LA premiere at the Nuart. Track back
through our on-line coverage of this movie here and see Fango #310, on sale in January, for another article.
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