• nydecay

Drop dead tickets and who is going from where


We just finished selling Drop Dead Festival discount tickets.
 If you don't have your tickets yet don't worry at all. You can stil get them at a really good price of 75 euro for 5 days. Get them at the festival (at the door) or though our website (2 more weeks only) http://dropdeadfestival.com/

Every year there is people coming from all over the world and its always fun to keep track of which countries are represented.
There is pre-sales to over 21 countries, from all over the globe!!!!

You can see a full story of who bought the tickets so far and where are they from on our forum
http://www.nydecay.com/community/viewtopic.php?t=398

Tell me if your coming to Drop Dead this year, which country are you from? Did you get your tickets yeat?

See you guys very soon, Just 1 month to go!





  • boju

Remember Ed Wood

Remember Ed Wood is a night of horror and b-movie rockn'roll with a
free midnight screening of Plan 9 from Outer Space to kick off a
campaign to get Ed Wood a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. After all,
its the Hollywood Walk of Fame, not the Hollywood Walk of Talent, right?
Bands include Creature Feature, the resurrected Penis Flytrap featuring
The Aberration and Dr. Satan, Demonia and Glen or Glenda. Burlesque by
Renee du Jour and Miss La Diva. Puppet show by Baboon Torture Division.
Proceeds will go towards the Ed Wood Star Fund.
For more information about the Ed Wood campaign, click
here.


Time: 9pm - 2am



Prices:

$10 before midnight

Free movie screening at midnight



Venue:

Dapper Cadaver

5519 Hollywood Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90028



Contact:

BJ or Eileen Winslow

323-962-1924

info@dappercadaver.com



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Should I see Les Diaboliques? I've picked it up many times at work (Hollywood Video) but have never checked it out.
I've been getting more interest in older and/or foreign horror/suspense films lately. I rented Blue Velvet and Audition, but have yet to watch them.
Just wondering if it's really good... I love french films from the 50s and 60s, so I figure this could be as good as the others I've seen.