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Brian de Palma’s “CARRIE” ~ Hollywood Forever Cemetery ~ Sat. Oct. 25th

10:00 AM PDT on October 23, 2008

    directed by brian de palma (1976, 98 mins)
    courtesy mgm home entertainment

    new time!!!
    gates at 5:30pm. Film at 7:00pm.
    $10 donation tickets available at gate. parking $5.

    hollywood forever cemetery
    6000 santa monica boulevard at gower
    no reservation necessary.
    Sophisticated and terrifying, Carrie is one of our favorite horror movies ever! DePalma’s direction, Spacek’s fantastic performance and some great 70s cheese make this one of the scariest and most fun films in the canon. The humiliation of high school reaches its peak with the taunting of oddball student Carrie, who’s telekinetic powers allow her to exact a hair-raising revenge. The cast is top notch, including John Travolta, Karen Allen and PJ Soles with an unforgettable performance by Piper Laurie as the fanatical mom. Join us under the stars for this one-night-only screening of DePalma’s masterpiece.

    For more information go to www.cinespia.org.

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