NY! Win tickets to a Seasonal Screening of “SATAN’S LITTLE HELPER” at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers!Contests,Giveaways,Movies/TV,News Samuel Zimmerman
The spoils of October continue as New York’s brand new Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers (2548 Central Park Avenue) rolls out their lineup of Halloween delights over the weekend of October 25-26, including AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON w/ Griffin Dunne, JOHN DIES AT THE END w/ Don Coscarelli and Jeff Lieberman’s holiday cult film SATAN’S LITTLE HELPER, of which Fango has five pairs of tickets to give away!
The repertory madness gets underway with best film of all time AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON on Friday, October 25 at 10 p.m. (preceded by Griffin Dunne’s directorial effort LISA PICARD IS FAMOUS and a Q&A) and rolls right on through Saturday, October 26 when great PHANTASM director Don Coscarelli arrives for a double feature of JOHN DIES AT THE END and BUBBA HO-TEP at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., respectively.
Later that evening, things get truly nasty when Alamo welcomes back fantastic independent horror director and gentleman-of-many-stories Jeff Lieberman for his cult-amassing SATAN’S LITTLE HELPER. If you’ve never had the pleasure, that neat little vicious satire finds “9 year old Douglas proudly wearing the Satan’s Little Helper costume his mother made for him, and eagerly awaiting the arrival of his sister who has been away at college. However, when she shows up with her new boyfriend, Douglas is jealous to lose her attention, and sets out to trick-or-treat on his own. Along the way he joins up with a masked figure who slaughters multiple people as he pleases, quite similarly to his favorite video game character.”
With biting humor, SATAN’S LITTLE HELPER is perfect for the autumn atmosphere and approaching All Hallow’s Eve. If you’d like to attend SATAN’S LITTLE HELPER, e-mail Sam@Fangoria.com and tell me what Jeff Lieberman movie the Alamo and FANGORIA previously hosted!
We have five pairs for five readers and their friends. You can find all info, including tickets and showtimes, here. Good luck, and come out!