Legendary horror/fantasy filmmaker & author Clive Barker will be joining lucky attendees of the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con to introduce a free screening of Book of Blood, the film adaptation based on his short stories “The Book of Blood” and “On Jerusalem Street”. Book stars Sophie Ward and Jonas Armstrong, and is directed by John Harrison. For ONE screening only, Book of Blood will appear on the big screen prior to its September 22nd release on Blu-ray and DVD. Read on for details on the screening and to see how we can guarantee a few of you some seats!
The free screening will be held on Friday, July 24TH at 10 pm at the Gaslamp 15 Theatre (701 5th Avenue, San Diego) A ticket is required for admittance, but does not guarantee admission. Seating is based on a first come, first served basis. Tickets will be distributed at the Lionsgate booth on the San Diego Comic-Con convention floor and will not be available at the Gaslamp box office.
We have TWO (2) PAIRS of tickets for some lucky B-D readers. Want to win? Put BOOK OF BLOOD SDCC in the subject line and then send your full name to email@example.com.
From 11am to 1pm on Saturday, July 25th, Clive Barker will be signing autographs for fans at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con. Ticket drawing for the signing begins at 9 am in the Autograph area of the Comic-Con convention floor. There is a two item maximum for the signing. Free BOOK OF BLOOD mini-posters will provided for fans who attend, while supplies last.
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