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Tammy and the T-Rex
Photograph: Courtesy Cinepocalypse

Time Out says

If you love genre horror flicks, sci-fi films and other “genre” movies, you'll flip for the lineup of provocative screenings at this year's edition of Cinepocalypse. Taking over the Music Box Theatre for eight days, this fest will screen Verotika, the directorial debut from Misfits founder Glenn Danzig; a special 70mm screening of Total Recall (with actor Michael Ironside in attendance); a newly-unearthed R-rated cut of the Denise Richards movie Tammy and the T-Rex; and a rare 70mm print of the Chicago-set Flatliners. Plus, Riot Fest regulars GWAR will be in attendance to show some of the band's short films and riff on a screening of the 1987 movie Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare. Check out the Music Box Theatre website for a complete list of Cinepocalypse screenings and events.


Most screenings $12, four-day pass $125, festival pass $175
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