Meet Horror Icons Linnea Quigley, Mark Patton & Ari Lehman in Chicago (Saturday, June 10)

| June 4, 2017

This Saturday, June 10th, at the Patio Theater (6008 W. Irving Park Rd, Chicago) for Summer Scares and meet three bona fide horror icons! Linnea Quigley will appear at the event alongside screenings of  Return of the Living Dead, Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers and Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama. Mark Patton (Jesse from Nightmare on Elm St. 2: Freddy’s Revenge), will be interviewing Linnea as a very special treat. And Ari Lehman, the first person to play Jason Voorhees, will introduce and do a Q & A alongside the event’s screening of the original Friday the 13th!

Best of all, tickets for all four films are only $13 presale and $15 dollars at the door. Autographs with the special guests and picture taking is free, which pretty much never happens nowadays, so be sure to come to the show and meet some of the coolest cats in horror history.

Full details below:


5:30 PM – Short Films block

6:30 PM – Return of the Living Dead (1985), star Linnea Quigley in person with Mark Patton interviewing

8:30 PM – Friday the 13th (1980) with star Ari Lehman in person

10:30 PM – Sorority Babes at the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (1988) with Linnea Quigley in person

MIDNIGHT: Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers (1988)


“The Dark Hunger” by Anthony R. Williams (15 mins.)
Panteon Woods (Feature Trailer) by Michael Ramova (1 mins.)
“Ghosts Doing… It!” (Winner of the Sci-Fi Spectacular 50’s Trailer Competition) by Tim Troemner
“The Quantifiable Song” (Peekaboos Music Video) by New Trash
“Very Much Loved” (mtvghosts music video) by New Trash
“Friday the 13th the NES Game Fan Film” by Michael Ramova (5 mins.)
“Butterflies & Rollercoasters” directed by David W. Johnson/SEI Studios
“Entrance Exam” by Aaron Eischeid (1 mins.)
“Creepy Crawlies” by Count the Clock (4 mins.)
“Necroplasmosis” by Henry Frias Leon (14 mins.)
The Barn (Trailer for feature) by Justin M. Seamen (2 mins.)

Alan’s Art
Reel Art
Cain’s Creepy Creatures
Chicago Horror & Sci-Fi
B-ph mash up art!
Cooney’s Collectables
Folk Goblin Photography (1800’s style tintype portraits)!
Chris Kuchta Artist

Vendors, Short Films, Vintage Trailers, Free Parking, Free Posters, Charity Auction for, Surprises & More!

Tickets $13 presale:
$15 at the door, day of show.

No Outside Food Or Drink Please (Thank you).

Pay once, Come & Go As You Like!

No Returns, No Refunds.

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