Hollywood Horrorfest to Host Night Of The Demons 30th Anniversary Fundraising Celebration to Benefit the Vincent Price Art Museum

So many of our favorite horror films are turning 30 this year! We are going to need a lot of pearls! Taking place in late July, Hollywood Horrorfest will include a Night of the Demons 30th anniversary fundraising screening and celebration to benefit the Vincent Price Art Museum in Los Angeles. Director Kevin Tenney and members of the cast and crew will take the stage for a Q&A after the screening, which will also be followed by an ’80s-themed after-party:

Press Release: -- Cult film and ‘80s fan favorite Night Of The Demons is celebrating its 30th birthday at Hollywood Horrorfest Saturday, July 28 with the colorful fundraising event benefiting the Vincent Price Art Museum in East Los Angeles.

Director Kevin Tenney and his film’s cast and crew, including Philip Tanzini, Cathy Podewell, Kevin Kutchaver, Kathy Zielinski, Steve Johnson, Lance Fenton, Billy Gallo, and Hal Havins (more names Tba) will
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Cult 80s Movie ‘Heathers’ is Getting a TV Series

Anyone who loved the 1988 cult movie ‘Heathers’ will be delighted to learn that there is a television series planned based on the movie. While many of the themes of the show remain the same, there are some modern twists and the characters have been completely revamped. ‘Heathers’ was a black comedy directed by Michael Lehmann and written by Daniel Waters. The award-winning film was about three teens named Heather who wreak havoc on their school. The leading women in the movie were Shannen Doherty, Lisanne Falk, and Kim Walker. The film also starred Winona Ryder, Christian Slater, Lance Fenton,

Cult 80s Movie ‘Heathers’ is Getting a TV Series
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‘Night of the Demons’ [1988] Blu-ray Review (Scream Factory)

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Stars: Amelia Kinkade, Linnea Quigley, Cathy Podewell, Alvin Alexis, Hal Havins, Billy Gallo, Allison Barron, Lance Fenton, Donnie Jeffcoat, Jill Terashita, Philip Tanzini | Written by Joe Augustyn | Directed by Kevin Tenney

My discovery of Night of the Demons is one I’d consider the fondest of memories. It was back in my skuzzy VHS youth, whereupon I would scour my local mom and pop video store (Rip Video Express), placing the tags you’d need to procure said videotapes for rental. My mother would patronize the store every Friday, and my sister and I would be tasked by the friendly clerks with putting the tags out for returned tapes. I remember my curiosity being peaked by the horror section, because this was where the real gold lay within the store. The box art of these tapes showcased images that couldn’t even dream of being seen in a standard retail
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