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July 25th, 2018 by Cherry

Horror fans get ready to attend the 2018 Horrorfest with screenings and stars from beloved movies! The Hollywood Horrorfest is an international fundraising film festival that has four days of events that you can’t miss! The event takes place Thursday, July 26 – Sunday, July 29th at the Mayflower Club (11110 Victory Blvd, NoHo) and benefits Image result for vincent pricethe Vincent Price Art Museum (VPAM) at East Los Angeles College! This year special guests include Cassandra Peterson (Elvira) who will receive the Price Award, Alan Howarth will have a live concert with music from John Carpenter classics ‘They Live’, ‘Escape from New York’ and ‘Halloween’ as well as receiving the Impact Award, Kevin Tenney will celebrate the 30th anniversary of ‘Night of the Demons’ with cast and crew and a Q&A with Dee Wallace star of ‘E.T.’, ‘Cujo’, ‘The Hills have Eyes’ and ‘The Howling’ after a screening of Gary Doust’s documentary ‘Horror Movie: a Low Budget Nightmare’. I grew up watching Ms. Wallace and LOVED Cujo as a kid who ever thought a St. Bernard could be that mean ! I’m very excited for the horror shorts to see what new directors are doing with the genre on Sunday! Don’t hesitate to buy tickets since events are selling out! 









Special guests include:

Cassandra Peterson – ELVIRA (July 26) Peterson is set to receive the PRICE AWARD, honoring excellence in horror; Vincent Price’s daughter Victoria will present the award, followed by a screening of Elvira classic Elvira’s Haunted Hills and cast & crew Q&A.

Alan Howarth – (July 27) — The electronic music legend is set to receive an IMPACT AWARD, then play a live concert with music from John Carpenter classics They Live, Halloween and Escape from New York, then a cast & crew reunion Q&A following a screening of They Live. **

Kevin Tenney – (July 28) — The acclaimed director will celebrate the 30th anniversary of his much-loved cult film Night of the Demons with a cast & crew reunion, celebrity raffles, ‘80s cosplay contest and special appearance by Night Ranger’s ‘Sister Christian’ video vixen.

Dee Wallace – (July 29) — In-person Q&A with the star of E.T., Cujo, The Hills Have Eyes and The Howling following a free screening of director Gary Doust’s documentary Horror Movie: A Low Budget Nightmare

** This event is a fundraiser for the Vincent Price Art Museum (VPAM) at East Los Angeles College, a tribute to the horror master and unique educational resource that collects and displays artwork and design from every genre to inspire and enrich the community at large.

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November 3rd, 2011 by Cherry

I found this new art exhibit on Thrillist and am really excited to see it.  I’m

not a bit fan of red vines (I’m a Twizzler type myself) but appreciate that he found

the perfect use for the waxy ‘candy’ tee hee!!!  

The opening party is on Friday, November 4, 2011 at iam8bit in Echo Park

Licorice Flix
Opening party tomorrow at iam8bit: 2147 W Sunset; Echo Park
There comes a time in every man’s life when he’s faced with a decision: do I go to med school, or just make weirdly original pop art portraits out of Red Vines? Luckily avoiding that lame life-saving profession (BORRRING!!) to make some ish out of candy, the dude behind Licorice Flix.
Opening tomorrow, LF‘s a totally weird/awesome art show from a “mosaic artist” who definitely didn’t go to med school featuring all art made using those deliciously pliable red candies, and no, that isn’t an obscure reference to the fun, flirty, women’s shoe line.
Thrillist - Licorice Flix

Each portrait’s made from, like, an entire movie theater’s stash of red and black Vines, coated with an acrylic sealant and then glued down with Eileen’s Tacky, which probably couldn’t get any more ironic.

Thrillist - Licorice Flix

The result’s bizarre, with subjects ranging from a clearly killing/sugar-obsessed Dexter, to Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka (natch), to Showgirls‘ Nomi Malone, who’s pictured working the pole — who knew Elizabeth Berkley had a thing with John Krasinski???

The opening party’s tomorrow and has some drinks with alcohol in them, a DJ, and a sugar-high candy bar, as well as a meet-and-greet with the artist, who also will do custom portraits for a price, which you can pay him for Now, or Later. But like actually now.

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