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Saturday, August 1

Downtown Burbank Car Classic

Downtown Burbank

San Fernando Blvd. and Olive Ave., Burbank, CA

3:00pm

Top automotive design will take center stage at the 4th annual Downtown Burbank Car Classic. Included will be a Red Carpet Expo with celebrity vehicles from film and television, along with a display of legendary cars from the Petersen Automotive Museum and The World Famous West Coast Customs. Additional blocks will feature 200 restored and pre-1974 vehicles, exotics, and hot rods. Entertainment will include music, chalk artists and an awards ceremony for the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award. The Downtown Burbank Car Classic is free and open to the public. From 3:00 to 9:00 pm.

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RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD / NIGHT OF THE CREEPS

Egyptian Theater

6712 Hollywood Blvd, 6712 Hollywood Blvd, 0

7:30pm

Discussion between films with actors Clu Gulager, Beverly Randolph, John Philbin, Brian Peck and Jewel Shepard, production designer William Stout and documentary producer Michael Perez.

30th Anniversary!

RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD
1985, Park Circus/MGM, 90 min, USA, Dir: Dan O’Bannon

"They’re Back… They’re Hungry… And They’re NOT Vegetarian!!" Director-writer Dan O’Bannon’s gory, gleeful, punk-rock godfather of SHAUN OF THE DEAD. In this unofficial "sequel" to NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, gas canisters leak at a medical supply warehouse, evaporate and then inadvertently rain down on the nearby cemetery and mortuary. Much skull-splitting, brain-eating hilarity ensues… along with a punked-out Linnea Quigley’s unforgettable erotic cemetery dance! With Clu Gulager and Don Calfa as Burt and Ernie, production design by William Stout, and a great soundtrack provided by The Damned, Roky Erickson, The Flesh Eaters and The Cramps. "Send… more... paramedics."
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NIGHT OF THE CREEPS
1986, Sony Repertory, 88 min, USA, Dir: Fred Dekker

When a couple of pledges thaw out the corpse of a fraternity member who was infected by aliens, they unleash a zombie epidemic on campus. A loving homage to the B movies of the 1950s. MONSTER SQUAD auteur Fred Dekker directs this cult favorite which gave Tom Atkins the role of a lifetime. "The good news is your dates are here. The bad news is...they're dead."

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Sunday, August 2

CALL ME LUCKY

Aero Theater

1328 Montana Ave, Santa Monica, 90403

7:30pm

Comedian and director Bobcat Goldthwait ("Chappelle's Show," "Maron") appears with his triumphant and wickedly funny documentary profiling Barry Crimmins, whose Boston club fostered the careers of countless comedians. Steven Wright, David Cross, Margaret Cho and Tom Kenny weigh in on the man’s inspiring transformation from standup to advocacy in this remarkable portrait.

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HELLRAISER/PUMPKINHEAD

Egyptian Theater

6712 Hollywood Blvd, 6712 Hollywood Blvd, 0

7:30pm

HELLRAISER
1987, New World Pictures, 94 min, USA, Dir: Clive Barker

In this first film in the HELLRAISER franchise, an antique puzzle box brought from Morocco to London unleashes a race of Cenobites, who love nothing more than inflicting pain on human beings. With his feature directorial debut, Clive Barker joined such filmmakers as Wes Craven and Sam Raimi among the ranks of horror’s most reliable auteurs, and lead Cenobite “Pinhead” - his face pierced by dozens of needles - joined the ranks of the genre’s most recognizable monsters. Starring Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins and Ashley Laurence.
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PUMPKINHEAD
1988, MGM Repertory, 86 min, USA, Dir: Stan Winston

Effects wizard Stan Winston made his directorial debut with this macabre modern folk tale. Lance Henriksen stars as Ed Harley, a grief-stricken father who asks an old witch in the swamp to bring forth a demon from Hell to wreak vengeance on the teen dirt-bike riders who accidentally ran down and killed his tiny son. That vengeance comes at a terrible price, as the link between Ed and the monster grows u

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Monday, August 3

See a Light Show Before “Inside Out”

El Capitan Theatre

6838 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

10:00am

Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy, Fear , Anger, Disgust and Sadness. The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life.  This new Pixar movie is a delight for parents and kids (how often is that true?) and is bound to be an instant classic.  See it a the classic Disney theater, the El Capitan, and before each showing catch the all new stage show, “The Magic of Light.”

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