CALL GIRL OF CTHULHU premiere, hosted by Fangoria!

  • August 14, 2014 · 8:00 PM
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A sexy, spoofy, slimy take on the horrors of H.P. Lovecraft will have its New York premiere at the NYC-area Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, hosted by its creators and one of FANGORIA's own.

Director Chris LaMartina, his co-writer/co-producer Jimmy George, star Melissa O'Brien and possibly others will be on hand for a post-screening Q&A with Fango's Michael Gingold.

O'Brien plays Riley Whatley, an escort who has been prophesied to birth the child of the eldritch god Cthulhu, and David Phillip Carollo is Carter Wilcox, an artist who falls in love with her and tries to save her from her fate. For more info on the screening and to order tickets, click here, and see the Yonkers Drafthouse's other attractions here; check out CALL GIRL's trailer below and visit its Facebook page.

YES - I know. It's in Yonkers. No, you don't have to have wheels to get there. You can take pubic 'trans'portation to get there just like me! Click HERE to get those details.

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  • Daniel K.

    Is anybody driving up there?

    August 13

  • Adam C. W.

    Gotta drop out of this one! Thought I could swing it but the meetup is kind of far for a work night and this week has been a nightmare on many levels! Hope they finish that Drafthouse in Brooklyn soon! Yonkers location is almost laughable! Have fun!

    August 13

  • Michael Kim Jamal R.

    We REALLY WANTED to go to this, but just got accepted to volunteer usher at CABARET on Broadway. Sorry ya'all. Have fun!

    August 11

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