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If you're a scary movie fan you know October is the most wonderful time of the year. And, a few of the country's remaining Drive-In theaters have special events and screenings planned all month long just for you. Check out what three of the best Drive-Ins are doing to celebrate Halloween.
Electric Dusk Drive-In
Electric Dusk Drive-In in downtown Los Angeles is one of the only Drive-Ins where you can watch your favorite movies against a major city skyline. Tickets are $11 per person. If you'd rather be out under the stars, Astroturf tickets are $9. VIP tickets with admission for four people plus snacks is $50. Next weekend the theater is getting into the spirit with Two Nights of Halloween featuring Rosemary's Baby and Friday The 13th.
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This week Hollywood is going to get a little scarier.
Screamfest, the world's biggest horror film festival, kicks off tonight at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres and will feature up and coming horror directors while also honoring the best in the biz.
The festival has earned a reputation for finding the next best next thing in horror. Back in 2007 they showcased the then little known independent movie Paranormal Activity which went on the earn more than $60 million at the box office in its first month.
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Tribeca isn't the only film festival making headlines today.
This afternoon, ticket packages and passes were finally released for The Nantucket Film Festival, taking place June 25-30.
This year's film selections include The Skeleton Twins, starring Saturday Night Live alums Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, and I Origins, among others. Aaron Sorkin will also receive the 2014 Screenwriters Tribute on Saturday, June 28.
Tomorrow the Tribeca Film Festival opens with a new mix of foreign films, documentaries, big budget movies, filmmaker talks, and indies including the Nas doc Time Is Illmatic and Begin Again starring Keira Knightly.
With only a few hours left until the start of the fest, tickets are running out quickly. Luckily, the festival has put together a daily list of screenings with limited tickets left to help fans navigate the packed schedule.
While most of us getting back to our usual routines, some celebrities are squeezing out a few more days of vacation.
As usual Hawaii was the place to be and over the weekend a few celebrity couples were still soaking in the sun. Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman were spotted strolling through Hanalei, a small town on the north shore of Kauai while Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield took surfing lessons on the north shore of Oahu.
Once again this year more than 10,000 film fans are expected to brave the cold for the Whistler Film Festival.
From Dec. 4 - 8, the fest will screen 84 films from 14 countries including River Phoenix’s final film, Dark Blood, Cas & Dylan, starring Richard Dreyfuss and directed by Jason Priestley, Quebec’s highest grossing film Louis Cyr, and The Crash Reel, a documentary about snowboarder Kevin Pearl.
The Dubai International Film Festival is promising to be even bigger and better this year as it celebrates its 10th Anniversary from December 6 to 14.
DIFF has been an influential platform for Arab filmmakers and international talent by spearheading the cinema movement in the region.
This month eight of the films screened during Austin's Fantastic Fest back in September will be played at Alamo Drafthouse theaters across the country.
“We wanted to bring the excitement of Fantastic Fest to other cities around the country,” Fantastic Fest founder Tim League said. “Genre film fans will get a sneak peek at this year’s hands-down craziest and wickedly enjoyable movies.”
The AFI Fest has just passed its halfway mark but there are still of plenty of red-carpet galas, special screenings, and conversations left to check out.
The American Film Institute's annual festival is taking place in Los Angeles through Nov. 14 and will feature screenings of Nebraska, Lone Survivor, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and Inside Llewyn Davis this week.
Tickets are now on sale for one of our favorite film festivals, the Chicago Film Food Festival, taking place Nov. 21 - 23, 2013.
The Food Film Fest, which also takes place annually in NYC and Charleston, is the only festival where attendees watch food films, then eat the food from the films.
The festival will take place at Kendall College and will be hosted by Travel Channel’s George Motz. Highlights of this year's CFFF are the opening night feature film about Michel Chapoutier and his wines, Food Porn star Larry Cauldwell's fondue film, and Matt Timms and his "Sugar Takedown."
The Toronto International Film Festival usually dominates fall movie news but the New York Film Festival is right around the corner too, and they are looking for volunteers.
NYFF will kick off with the world premiere of Captain Phillips, starring Tom Hanks as the captain who gave himself up to Somali pirates in exchange for the safety of his crew, and Ben Stiller’s The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, which was shot in NYC last year.
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Midnight Madness is one of the fest's most popular programs, featuring the best of the horror, gore, and haunted genres. Among this year's movies is All Cheerleaders Die, about a group of girls who become cheerleaders and end up fighting supernatural forces, the bloodbath The Green Inferno, Joe Begos' Almost Human, and Afflicted, about two friends on a trip of a lifetime that turns into a nightmare.