Exclusive ‘Chillerama’ Showing Tonight at Mann’s Chinese Theater

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What do you get when you bring popular horror directors Adam Green, Adam Rifkin, Tim Sullivan, and Joe Lynch together for one movie? The new anthology B-horror hit CHILLERAMA. Announced for this evening, this movie is playing at Mann’s Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, starting at 9 p.m. All four directors will be in attendance, in addition to other surprise guests, according to Adam Green. There will be an introduction by the directors prior to the movie showing, and expect a Q&A session afterwards.

What exactly is CHILLERAMA you ask? Think of a new-age Creepshow style anthology, and the best in 1980s B-horror, from four brilliant minds. For any fan of horror movies, especially B-horror movies or 80s slasher flicks, this movie is a must-see! If you had fun with earlier films like Hatchet I or II, Frozen, 2001 Maniacs, Driftwood, Terror Firmer, Wrong Turn 2, The Chase, or Look the TV Series, then you will love these four independent movies that make up CHILLERAMA.

Mann's Chinese Theater-Los Angeles, CA Photo Courtesy of: William 74

This film is twisted, hilarious, and fun. Through Twitter communication the other day, director Tim Sullivan (2001 Maniacs) told yours truly, this movie “really pushes the envelope.” It was a really fun film to watch, and like most horror movies, CHILLERAMA has more than its fair share of gore and T&A.

Spoiler warning: These four directors go the extra, extra mile (EXTRA EXTRA!) to give you anything and everything you could possibly imagine. You will find it pays homage to several classic horror films and sparks new forms of goofy hilarity, which are combined with exceptional special effects.

With movie shorts like Wadzilla, I Was a Teenage WereBear, Diary of Anne Frankenstein, and Zom-B-Movie, you will have two full hours of facial pain from laughing or your jaw dropping, or maybe some of both. CHILLERAMA is also currently showing in select cities across the United States, as a midnight-delight theater presentation (similar to how they show The Rocky Horror Picture Show annually). Additionally, the film is available on-demand through Comcast cable service.

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