On Friday, February 19th the Palm Beach County Grindhouse Series screening of Wes Craven’s 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street had it’s largest attendance to date. With attendance in the 190’s there was barely a seat left in the Movies of Lake Worth‘s largest auditorium. A Nightmare on Elm Street was the 9th film in the series since we started back in April of 2015 with the Battle Royale 15th Anniversary screening.
Many thanks and much appreciation to my staff of Erik Johnson and Rhian Shultz. Rochelle Walters and the staff of the Movies of Lake Worth. Krueger Kollectables, Underground Horror Radio & Dread Central‘s Box of Dread for sponsoring the raffles. The Broward Palm Beach New Times for their support and our recent interview. And of course a huge thank you to the fans for coming out. This couldn’t happen if folks didn’t keep coming. You’re why we keep doing this.
The next screening before April’s 1 year anniversary is Army of Darkness on Friday, March 19th at 9:30PM. We’re already working on screenings for April & May and will continue to keep the series going on a monthly basis.
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