The Wrong House comes to the PA/NJ Horror Club 101

by on Jun.28, 2011, under Horror Show Hosts

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The Wrong House is picked!?!?

PA/NJ Horror Club 101

We are extremely honored to be able to screen The Wrong House at our 1st group session. Shawn French and Sue Stevens were kind enough to allow us to watch their film, which just recieved distribution. We were also told, we will have give-a-aways!!! What?? Yep, you heard me….Give-a-ways!!!
The Wrong House synopsisAn isolated house in the woods looks like an easy mark to a group of friends camping in the Maine wilderness. The thieves haul away several ounces of pot and hallucinogenic mushrooms in the heist. But when the homeowners track them down, the thieves learn too late that there are some people you just shouldn’t mess with… and that they picked The Wrong House.
Remember, this is a FREE event, on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at 7pm. Our group will meet at Capes and Cowls Comics in Bensalem, PA. This is FREE…like horror? come join the fun.
We will also be discussing the films Dead Snow (2009) and Shock Waves (1977). One is a cult classic, the other takes the Nazi Zombie genre in a whole other direction. We wanna know what you like about each and what you dont…so let’s tawk horror.
Still more details to make sure you visit us at PA/NJ Horror Club 101
Thursday July 21, 2011
Capes and Cowls
527 Bristol Pike # A
Bensalem, PA 19020-6336
(215) 604-4060
Please, Thank Capes and Cowls for giving us a Home!! Stay Tuned!!!

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