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Attention horror fans in middle Tennessee

The Belcourt Theater will be having midnight showings of The Thing on Oct 9-10.

They will also be showing Alien, The Brood, Jaws, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and Scream Blacula Scream in Oct. They are 35mm prints, not projected dvd.

http://www.belcourt.org/events?id=66328

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Re: Attention horror fans in middle Tennessee

The Belcourt Theater is awesome!
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Hell yeah it is! I wish I could go check out the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin too.
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Makes me miss the days I lived in Nashville. Gotta go where the jobs are unfortunately.
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Re: Attention horror fans in middle Tennessee

I've got lots of friends in Nashville. I'll have to forward this news to them in case they're interested. Thanks!
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The Brood is amazing, those who get to see it in a real theatre will be mega pleased. Too bad they weren't playing the first Blacula instead of the sequel, though.

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