Fox Cinema

Shock and Awe at the Fox Theatre - Win Tickets

On Saturday June 13th Dion Conflict and the Fox Theatre present another installment of Shock and Awe: The Grindhouse Experience - an homage to the classic grindhouse film and viewing experience.

An all-nighter at the cinema, consisting of a lineup of 6 not-to-be-taken-too-seriously 60's, 70's, and 80's movies screened using film projectors (no DVDs here, folks), is sure to bring serious enjoyment. This unique experience is a way to ensure that we'll be thoroughly entertained through the night, sleeping most of the day on Sunday, and groggy enough on Monday. It wouldn't be grindhouse any other way!

blogTO has tickets to give away to a few lucky readers. Check out some trailers and read on for contest entry details.

EVENT DETAILS:
Shock and Awe at Fox Theatre, June 13th at 11:30pm - ?
Screening: Return of the Living Dead (1985), Screams of a Winter Night (1979), Swinging Pussycats (1969), Hell's Angels on Wheels (1967) and more!
Tickets are $25 at the Fox Cinema box office, Suspect Video (605 Markham Street) and Eyesore (801 Queen St. West, above Rotate This). $30 at the door, if available.

The Return of the Living Dead (1985):


Screams of a Winter Night (1979):


CONTEST ENTRY DETAILS:
At some random time today (after 10am but before 4pm), we'll post a skill testing question to our Twitter feed. The first four readers to answer the question in a comment below (here on the blog post) will each win a pair of tickets to Shock and Awe on June 13th, 2009. Do not post more than one comment or you will be disqualified (we'll be watching IP addresses). Be sure to include a valid email address on the form, and to be contacted with prize claim details.


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