A horrific celebration and retrospect of horror film, B-movies, and macabre Hollywood Babylon!
Hollywood, CA – Saturday, September 9, 2006
Calling all “Scream Queens” and “Serial Killers”! Saturday September 9, 2006 will be an evening to die for on Hollywood Boulevard!
Well, at least you could pretend to be a serial killer, supernatural fiend or scream queen from your favorite horror flick for one horrific night as you dress as your favorite Hollywood horror/b-movie film star. If “serial killer chic” isn’t your style, you could dress up as a cult murder victim (Sharon Tate, perhaps?) to honor her memory. Scream Queens of all types are welcomed too, drag or otherwise. Just be creative and get your screaming voice ready! Your efforts to dress up will not be in vain as prizes will be given for best dressed as well as other contests throughout the evening.
Hollywood Boulevard (at Western) will be lit up with frighteningly great ART, featuring works for the occasion by Gidget Gein, VK7, Louisa Greenstock, Jason Hadley, Ramzi Abed, Louis Fleischauer, Julie Simone, Chuck Hodi, Ver Mar, Heidi Calvert, and others.
AMF presents “A Symphony of Flesh”!
GHASTLY marionette show by NiÃ±os de la Tierra!
LIVE MUSIC to DIE FOR by Cabinet of Curiosities
In-between the macabre menagerie of entertainment, “dance your life away” to sounds curated by The Peppermint Zebra and “DJ bluegirl”
SPOOKY Film Projections courtesy of world-renowned director and photographer Dean Karr, and Ramzi Abed/Bloodshot Pictures who will be projecting a very special silent sneak peak at his much anticipated and currently unreleased film “Who Killed the Black Dahlia?”, which features some of the night’s artists and performers as well as other Los Angeles legends, including Miss Satanica, Gidget Gein, Director Ramzi Abed and more!
What is a horror party without screaming bloody murder? Well, demonstrate your best, or worst, shrill scream for our Screaming Contest and win fabulous prizes!
“Scream Queen” shall take place on:
Saturday, September 9, 2006
Dapper Cadaver (formerly bluespace)
5519 Hollywood Blvd.
Admission: $7, or $5 if in costume