Topic: For the undead near Atlanta

I've seen a few horror fans from Georgia on here so I thought I'd share some info on this event:

http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc317/shriektheatre/shrieksmall11-16.jpg

These guys at Shriek Theater do a monthly show at the DooGalery, if you like socializin and drinkin beer with cool people, then come check it out.

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These guys at Shriek Theater do a monthly show at the DooGalery, if you like socializin and drinkin beer with cool people, then come check it out.

Right up your alley RIP!

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I live an hour and 15 minutes south of Atlanta and would check this out but this weekend my Georgia Bulldogs have a tough SEC game against Kentucky at home so I will be going to it and it's a noon game so I can't miss it cause if we win and Tennessee loses 1 more game then UGA will be in the SEC championship again.

Maybe some other time though. Thanks for the info.:cool:

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Aww, bummer man. Well you know where I'll be on Friday night!

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The show had a medium sized crowd turn up and it was a blast the whole evening.
This Tuesday is Suspiria at the Plaza:

http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c205/serpentfoot/suspiriaposter.jpg

It is B.Y.O.B. But they want you to keep it under the radar. Your drinks that is.

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Sounds like a blast......how's the women looking there?

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The women at the doogallery were surprising. Very good looking and there was a great ratio. Not a "sausage fest" at all. With free beer I almost expected nothing but guys.

I'm not sure about the Plaza Theater scene, they do Rocky Horror there a lot and it is near little five points so I imagine horror buff/punk rock chicks a plenty.

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gutterjim wrote:

The women at the doogallery were surprising. Very good looking and there was a great ratio. Not a "sausage fest" at all. With free beer I almost expected nothing but guys.

I'm not sure about the Plaza Theater scene, they do Rocky Horror there a lot and it is near little five points so I imagine horror buff/punk rock chicks a plenty.

Lol, so do they do this evey week up there or what? BTW, you ever hangout at the Atkins Park bar or Yacht Club in Little 5 POints?

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The Shriek Theater movies are once a month, they are gunna be showing Brain Damage next. I'm not sure if a date is set yet for that event. There is this Gorehound Guide to Atlanta that lists all the "horror events" that are going on each month.

http://www.atlantahorrorfest.com/gorehound.html

I've been to the Star Bar in L5P a few times, for their X-Mas shows. I don't believe I have been in the Yacht Club, but I've been up and down Little 5 so I'm sure I stumbled in at least once. Never been to the Atkins Bar...

I really wanted to go see Suspiria this Tuesday at the Plaza since they are showing the 35mm print, not just a DVD. I gotta work so I won't be there but I will probably be showing up for the next Plaza event:

http://www.atlantahorrorfest.com/images/NEWSLETTER/Earthvs.gif

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Two weekend events in December!

On the 14th at the DooGallery:
Shriek Theater Presents

http://www.headinjurytheater.com/images/braind%20poster.jpg

http://www.shriektheatre.com/
http://www.doogallery.com/


and then on the 29th at The Plaza Theater:

http://i28.photobucket.com/albums/c205/serpentfoot/wax_postersmall.jpg

HOUSE OF WAX (1953)
Professor Morte and his ghastly crew are back again with House of Wax featuring Vincent Price! Not only is one of his greatest films being shown on the big screen, but it's being shown in 3D!!!! Thats right fright fangs, Warner Bros. brings you the first feature produced by a major studio in 3D! Don't look for Paris Hilton is this one. This is the original 1953 classic!!!!

http://www.myspace.com/silverscreamspookshow

Last edited by gutterjim (2007-12-13 16:32:59)