Anna and the Apocalypse

I have three words for you. Zombie, Christmas, Musical. I can't remember the movie I was watching last year, when I first saw a preview for Anna and the Apocalypse. But I couldn't forget this movie. As a huge fan of horror and more specifically the zombie sub-genre of horror, I knew this was a... Continue Reading →

Great Horror Movie Night

Los Angeles has no shortage of outdoor cinema options. The Great Horror Movie Night offers up something a little different than the rest. The Old Griffith Park Zoo is delightfully creepy all on its own. Seriously. The long abandoned animal cages, and plaster cave ruins look like something out of a childhood nightmare. Which made... Continue Reading →

At Home With Monsters

If you've ever wondered what Guillermo Del Toro's house looked like, LACMA has you covered. My love affair with Guillermo del Toro movies goes back to before I even knew who he was. After watching Hellboy, I needed to know more about this fascinating director. So I looked up his back catalog of films. To... Continue Reading →

Cinespia Season is here again

It's time to break out the picnic blankets, grab some friends and watch movies in a cemetery. Cinespia is back for another summer film fest. Last Saturday Cinespia kicked off it's 15th season of movie screenings at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. This was my 5th consecutive season attending the outdoor movie nights, but the first... Continue Reading →

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