Killer B Cinema Presents: Night of the Bloody Apes

On June 2nd, get ready for the 1972 Mexican horror classic Night of the Bloody Apes! It’s got Lucha Libre, and it’s got beautifully female wrestlers. It’s got ape(s)... maybe one ape… maybe more! You’ll have to see the movie to find out.

Please click the link to buy your advanced tickets. Advanced tickets are $5 (plus a small service charge) vs $8 at the door! Advanced tickets sell out fast. Buy your tickets online and save!

Doors Open at 7:30 pm and the movie begins at 8:00.

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Movie info:

Night of the Bloody Ape(s) is the title of the 1972 English language version of the 1969 Mexican horror film La Horripilante bestia humana ("The Horrible Man-Beast"), also known as Horror y sexo ("Horror and Sex") and as Gomar—The Human Gorilla. The film was directed by René Cardona and is a remake of his 1962 film Las Luchadoras contra el medico asesino ("The Wrestling Women vs. the Killer Doctor"; U.S. title Doctor of Doom), the first in a series of films blending elements of the lucha libre and horror genres. {source Wikipedia}

Info about See-Scape:

Our movies will be shown on the second floor! There are two bars available in See-Scape. The bar is open on the second floor during our event and is cash only. Debit/Credit purchases are available on the main floor. See-Scape also has an amazing menu. To learn more about See-Scape, please click here!

See-Scape is located at 347 Keele Street (the closest intersection is Keele/Dundas) and is easily accessible via TTC. (from Keele Station or Dundas West Station)

Parking: There is a Green P parking lot beside See-Scape and a few other paid parking lots nearby.

Each month join Lizzie Violet & Zoltan Du Lac for killer B-movies from the 1930s to the present! Please like our page @killerbcinema so you don’t miss an invite.

Thank you to the See-Scape and their staff! They make our monthly event extra unforgettable!

We hope to see you at See-Scape.

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