Thirty-six years ago, The Warriors leapt onto the screen, searing its depiction of the post-apocalyptic '70s-era NYC and its gangland culture into our collective consciousness. These days, the city is, shall we say, a fair degree more civilized. But in spite of that sea change (or maybe because of it), the movie has grown to iconic status in the years since. Well, the Warriors are heading back to Coney Island once again—and this time, you're invited.
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The Warriors Last Subway Ride Reunion goes down this Sunday, with 20 members of the film's cast gathering together right by the boardwalk at the Surf Pavilion to sign autographs, answer questions and hang with die-hard Warriors fans. There'll be a cosplay contest, food and drink, and of course, a screening of the film. The whole event kicks off at 10am and goes until 11pm; tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for tweens and fire/police/military personnel. Just be sure you have some Joe Walsh cued up for the subway ride out there—we hear it can be a pain.