Hey all you ghouls and fools! Well the weekend is fast approaching once more and as always, our friends at The Hollywood Theater in Dormont aim to please with three BIG SHOW EVENTS this Saturday!
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The fun starts at 2PM with the premiere of a 1966 classic, Munster Go Home! starring the ever endearing, Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster as he and the entire Munster clan sail to jolly old England after discovering he's the new lord of Munster Hall.
Munster Go Home! (1966)
Munster Go Home! (Original Theatrical Trailer)
Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne) and the Famed Dragula Racer
Next, the independent movie, Mr. Hush, which has generated considerable pre-release buzz, will premiere at 9:30 PM with special guest appearances by director David Lee Madison and star, Mike Marino.
The movie pays homage to classic 80’s horror films such as Fright Night, Evil Dead and The Lost Boys. It is the quintessential story of good versus evil and of true love lost, blending horror with humor, suspense and elements of romance. Follow our hero on his emotional rollercoaster ride as he is thrown into a dark, villainous world which ends with a surprising twist that leaves you wanting more.
Mr. Hush (2010)
The cast includes Brad Loree (Michael Myers in Halloween: Resurrection), Stephen Geoffreys (Fright Night, 976-EVIL), Steve Dash (Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th Part 2) and Edward X. Young (Sea of Dust). The score was composed and arranged by Italy’s Golden Globe winner, Marco Werba, and the theme song was written and performed by Visitor, featuring Bill Gibson and Mario Cipollina (two of the co-founders of Huey Lewis and the News), Tal Morris (Creedence Clearwater Revisited), and Tommy Castro (NBC’s Comedy Showcase / The Tommy Castro Band).
“Mr. Hush is theorigin story of a great new movie monster,” said Madison. “The initial response to the film has been very enthusiastic and many feel Mr. Hushcould be the next horror icon. People love to hate him!”
Stephen Geoffrey's as Evil Ed
in Fright Night (1985)
For fans of Stephen Geoffreys (Evil Ed in the original Fright Night), Mr. Hush will be a treat as it marks his return to classic horror. His character, Stark, in Mr. Hush is reminiscent of his portrayal of Evil Ed and will be eagerly embraced by his fans and fans of the genre.
Filled with chills, spills (literally), and thrills - if you've never experienced this 1975 phenomena of audience participation, live theater, rock n' roll, and of course mind numbing horror, then get your boney ass to The Hollywood Theater in Dormont this Saturday for an evening that you'll never forget!
Finally, at midnight it will be time to do the time warp again! That's right gang - it's The Rocky Horror Picture Show starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, and Meat Loaf. For a some great info on the experience for you Rocky Horror virgins (what to bring, etiquette, and more) check out The Rocky Horror Picture Fan Site. for more info
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Theatrical Trailer 1975)
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