Promotional ‘Chillerama’ Art, Theatrical Tour Dates

Starting with last night’s World Premiere at the legendary Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, Chillerama will go on a special Roadshow Tour through October 29th. In addition to seeing the highly anticipated film projected on the big screen, the venues themselves are as unique and eclectic as the four vignettes that make up Chillerama – the Ultimate Midnight Movie!

The pic is an anthology featuring the works of Adam Rifkin (“Wadzilla”), Joe Lynch (“Zom B Movie”), Tim Sullivan (“I Was a Teenage Werebear”) and Adam Green (“The Diary of Anne Frankenstein”).

Check out the promotional artwork inside, along with the trailer and dates. It arrives on DVD and Blu-ray November 29.

Chillerama

9/17: Chicago – Midway Drive-In (Dusk til Dawn event) Directors Adam Rifkin& Tim Sullivan and actor Anton Troy will introduce the screening!

9/23-9/24: New York – Village East Cinemas (Midnight)

9/30: Dallas – Magnolia Theatre (Midnight)

Houston – River Oaks Theatre (Midnight)

10/7: Philadelphia – Ritz 5 (Midnight)

Seattle – Varsity (Midnight)

Denver – Mile High Horror Fest (Date TBD)

10/14: Washington DC – E Street Cinema (Midnight)

Atlanta – Midtown Art Cinema (Midnight)

Telluride – Telluride Horror Show (Date TBD)

10/21: San Francisco – Clay Theatre (Midnight)

10/23: Knoxville – Knoxville Horror Film Fest

10/29: Phoenix – Royale (Midnight)

Produced by ArieScope Pictures and in the spirit of classic “omnibus” films like Dead of Night, Tales From the Crypt, Creepshow and Twilight Zone: The Movie, CHILLERAMA offers something for every bad taste. With titles like “Wadzilla,” “I Was A Teenage Werebear,” The Diary of Anne Frankenstein,” and “Zom-B-Movie,” CHILLERAMA features appearances by Joel David Moore (Avatar, Hatchet), Lin Shaye (Insidious), Ray Wise (X-Men: First Class), Kane Hodder (Hatchet and Hatchet II), Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, Sharktopus) and more cameos than one can (body)count, CHILLERAMA is a festival of gore, guts, goofiness and good times.

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