Popcorn Over the Dead

Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by Jack Scorpion, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. Jack Scorpion

    Jack Scorpion One Too Many

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    Late night, grave site picnics + a large projector screen in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. They do it every summer: http://cinespia.org/


    Last summer I saw Dawn of the Dead. I missed Roman Holiday this summer, but I am very excitied to see Argento's Suspiria on July 21st.

    Despite what it sounds like, it is quite pleasant. Foldup chairs, blankets and wine make for a good movie time. Just one of the few ways I can substitute for the lack of drive-in theaters in my life. I just love this kind of stuff.
     
  2. Miss Neecerie

    Miss Neecerie I'll Lock Up

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    Not to mention the great otherworldly company.
     
  3. happyfilmluvguy

    happyfilmluvguy Call Me a Cab

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    "Watch movies with the greatest stars to ever embrace the silver screen!.....even when they're dead!" should be their slogan.
     
  4. Novella

    Novella Practically Family

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    That sounds like a lot of fun! I wish I was going home (back to California) sooner.
     
  5. Feraud

    Feraud Bartender

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    I remember reading about this a couple of years ago. It sounds like a good night out.

    On the one hand, detractors comment about watching a movie at a gravesite but the night seems to be a respectful and social occasion.
    What better way to reaffirm life and mortality than watching a great flick with like minded people.
     
  6. Murph351

    Murph351 One of the Regulars

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    Just got an email.
    They are now doing this Saturday and Sunday nights.
    Movies under and over the stars!
    Been going for a couple years now. It's really fun.
     

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