CREEPY CLASSICS & SCARY MONSTERS present:
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***All films shown that are in print will be available for sale on site, from the legal copyright owners. See a display of MCA/Universal product, Kino-Lorber, Columbia Tri-Star, MGM Home Video, Criterion, Image, Fox and others.
All films screened at an historic, grand theatre: The Palace Theatre, Canton, Ohio.
Seating over 1500, The Palace Theatre. Vendors in the lobby and mezzanine level.
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Friday - Saturday, August 17-18, 2018
Friday, August 17, 2018
Dealers in lobby and on mezzanine level HOURS 3PM - 1:30AM
3:00 PM - CLASSIC MONSTER VENDORS. Blu-Rays, rare DVDs, t-shirts, posters, model kits, toys, rare collectibles and more! The vendors are open from three in the afternoon until 1:30AM. So you can shop before the movies and in between films on intermissions.
6:00 PM - MOVIE: GODZILLA, KING OF THE MONSTERS (GOJIRA) (1954). This is the original Japanese version (GOJIRA) in Japanese with English subtitles. The granddaddy of Japanese monsters. This radioactive dynamo comes out of the ocean fired-up, literally! Watch him destroy Tokyo (for the first time). This screening is the original Japanese version that is much darker and serious than you would think. Visually stunning destruction scenes. Introduced with a welcome to the Monster Bash by Ron Adams.
8:00 PM - THE GIANT BEHEMOTH (1959). Stars Gene Evans, Andre Morell, John Turner and Leigh Madison. A really cool giant monster flick with great British seaside atmosphere. A radioactive-charged dinosaur terrifies and tromps around London.
10:00 PM - MOVIE: THE GIANT CLAW (1957). Stars Jeff Morrow and Mara Corday. A giant turkey vulture from outer space decides to take a bite out of the big apple. Played very seriously by all the cast members, who must have been horrified hen the saw the special effects of the wackiest looking giant monster in silver screen history! "It's as BIG as a battleship!"
12:00 Midnight - MOVIE: THEM 1954). Stars James Whitmore, Joan Weldon, James Arness and Edmund Gwenn. One of the best big-bug movies! Ants at your picnic and in the city sewer system...and they're bigger than cows. We've got to call the scientists and the military in, to work together....before it's too late!
Above: Sandy Descher in THEM! She's seen.....them.
SATURDAY August 18, 2018
Dealers in lobby and on mezzanine level HOURS 12 noon - 10:30PM
12:00 noon - CLASSIC MONSTER VENDORS. Blu-Rays, rare DVDs, t-shirts, posters, model kits, toys, rare collectibles and more! The vendors are open from noon until 10:30PM. So you can shop before the movies and in between films on intermissions.
3:00 PM - MOVIE: KING KONG VS.GODZILLA (1962). A large medical company begins a jungle expedition to find rumored "super berries" that will aid in medicine. That goes awry when they end up capturing King Kong with plans to bring him back to civilization. Simultaneously, the airforce discovers Godzilla in a glacier. Things melt down, and then...things melt down! The days activities introduced by Monster Bash's Ron Adams.
5:00 PM - MOVIE: GORGO (1961). England's version of Godzilla is terrific. Too bad there weren't sequels...great effects. Beautiful color and scenes from remote British isle locations. See Gorgo crush London (Tokyo survives!).
7:00 PM - MOVIE: THE MONSTER THAT CHALLENGED THE WORLD (1957). Stars Audrey Dalton and Tim Holt. Radiation brings to life an underwater caterpillar that grows to enormous (heck, monstrous) proportions. The terror begins as it heads inland...and there may be more than one! Some pretty horrifying scenes for 1957.
9:00 PM - MOVIE: TARANTULA (1955). John Agar and Leo G. Carroll star in a great 50's sci-fi! Mutations and whopper-size arachnid. See Clint Eastwood in an early role as a fighter pilot trying to kill a giant spider!
Big monsters on the big screen, classic monster collectible vendors, popcorn, pizza, good times!
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