Honeyspiders second special screening event is scheduled for November 1, 2014, and looks to be just as cool of an opportunity for fans! This one is billed as a Drive In Double feature hearkening back to the a sort of golden age of horror, and with limited drive in left in the US now, this is truly a great chance to get out there, and enjoy a retro horror experience that few get to participate in anymore.
HORROR NIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE of Honeyspider and the original House on Haunted Hill starring Vincent Price! Watch out for the boogeyman, because he might be lurking outside of your car during the show This is sure to be a fun throwback experience – come snuggle up tight under the stars on a crisp Fall night and watch 2 killer horror movies on the big-screen! Details are as follows:
Raleigh Road Drive-In
3336 Raleigh Road, Henderson, NC 27537
Featuring Honeyspider and the original House on Haunted Hill
Screening starts approx 9:45PM
Tickets are $7 for both movies
Visit www.honeyspidermovie.com and www.raleighroaddrivein.com for additional details.
Just in time for the Halloween season Honeyspider will be premiering with a special event October 18, at the very theater where much of the movie was filmed! That in its self sounds a bit like a great scary film all on its own! This is sure to be a very unique and special expierence f ro attendees, with free posters, raffles, giveaways, tricks, treats and more!
This is 1 of 2 double feature movie special screening they will be holding here's the details on the first event.
October 18, 2014 (Saturday):
Honeyspider premieres with Night of the Living Dead (1968) Location: The Gem Theatre
111 W 1st St, Kannapolis, NC 2808
Screening starts at 9:00P
Tickets are $5 for both movies.
Meet the cast and crew and celebrate the Halloween season with a bucket of popcorn and 2 killer horror movies on the big-screen! Visit www.honeyspidermovie.com and www.gem-theatre.com for more info
Honeyspider is set to premier, with two special events this fall that should be a blast from the past sort of good time, much like the film itself promises to be! Indie film HONEYSPIDER, pulls inspiration from such cult classics as Night of the Demons, Popcorn and of course Halloween. The film is written and produced by Kenny Caperton, A bit of an enigmatic horror celebrity of his own making, as he built and lives in the infamous Myers House in North Carolina, which is a replica home with some modern touches and tweaks, that hosts several events and has been the filming location for features, shorts, and even garnered him some national coverage on various programs. So its easy to see that Kenny is a horror fan of the truest sense, living his fandom everyday. (be sure to check it out online if your in the North Carolina I have no doubt there is some spooky good times to be had there as well!)