What we're about

We are horror fans, whether it be psychological, slasher, supernatural, Zombie (Romero Style) or anything else. We love it all. You should join us if you like to see horror movies in theaters. It does not matter which you prefer we seem them all (Rated R atleast, we usually skip the PG-13 crap). We are friendly and don't bite (hard).

Upcoming events (4+)

2021 Dark History and Horror Con

I Hotel and Conference Center

The Dark History & Horror Convention is an annual event showcasing the darker side of history, some of your favorite horror characters, the paranormal, artwork, authors, comics, and all things dark and creepy!

We do not try to glorify any of these people or the events!! They are however part of our culture and history, a part that is very important for us to remember and even learn from. True crime, gangsters, serial killers, spree killers, assassinations, public enemies, women's suffrage, the civil rights struggles, Native massacres, tragic events and just about anything not covered in the "history books".

We do this by bringing together a great collection of authors, artists and numerous others who are intimately familiar with these events and their effects. Join us as we bring together like minded individuals and create a network of friends and connections to share our passion for the darker side history and pop culture.

Tickets $15 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-dark-history-and-horror-convention-tickets-152027256617


Music Box Theatre

Film Schedule- Showtimes Approximated

12:00PM - STRAIT-JACKET (Dir. William Castle, 93 mins, 1964, 35mm)

02:05PM - DR. BLACK, MR. HYDE (Dir. William Crain, 87 mins, 1976, 35mm) ***Director William Crain in Attendance for a Post-Film Q&A***

04:15PM - THE HANDS OF ORLAC (Dir. Robert Wiene, 93 mins, 1924, Format TBD) ***Live Score by Maxx McGathey***

06:15PM - GHOSTWATCH (Dir. Lesley Manning, 91 mins, 1992, DCP)

08:15PM - THE GRANNY (Dir. Luca Bercovici, 85 mins, 1995, Format TBD) ***World Theatrical Premiere***

10:00PM - THE SCARY OF SIXTY-FIRST (Dir. Dasha Nekrasova, 81 mins, 2021, 35mm) ***Director Dasha Nekrasova in Attendance for a Post-Film Q&A***

12:15AM - SINK (Dir. Curtis Matzke, 17 mins, 2021, DCP)

12:30AM - THE FACULTY (Dir. Robert Rodrigues, 104 mins, 1998, 35mm)

02:35AM - TENEBRE (Dir. Dario Argento, 110 mins, 1982, 35mm)

04:40AM - CALVAIRE (Dir. Fabrice du Welz, 88 mins, 2004, 35mm)

06:40AM - NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (Dir. Tom Savini, 92 mins, 1990, 35mm)

08:20AM - PHANTASM II (Dir. Don Coscarelli, 97 mins, 1988, 35mm)

10:15AM - ARACHNOPHOBIA (Dir. Frank Marshall, 109 mins, 1990, 35mm)

(July 23rd - October 22nd) $30 General Admission / $25 Music Box Members
(Day of, October 23rd) $35 General Admission / $30 Music Box Members


Little Shop of Horrors

Fleet Fields

Tickets are $10/person + taxes/fees. Minimum of 2 tickets per purchase, maximum of 8 tickets per purchase. Lawn seating areas are 10' x 10' and are assigned on a first come, first served basis. All sales are final, no refunds or exchanges.

Doors open at 5:30PM. Show starts 30 minutes after sunset. Guests are invited to BYO: lawn chairs, blankets, umbrellas, picnic items. No open flames or drones permitted.

Concession items are available for pre-order upon ticket purchase and are also available for purchase on the night of the event. Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase on-site by individuals over 21 years of age. Please note, concessions can be purchased on-site by credit or debit card only, no cash.


Campfire Horrors - Scoob!

Sherman Park

A warm fire on a cool night is the perfect setting for a scary movie. Roast marshmallows over a crackling campfire and enjoy horror classics under the October sky.


Scoob! (PG) - Scooby and the gang face their most challenging mystery ever: a plot to unleash the ghost dog Cerberus upon the world. As they race to stop this dogpocalypse, the gang discovers that Scooby has an epic destiny greater than anyone imagined.

PG | 93 min | 2020
Closed Captioned

Event is outside, weather permitting. Please dress warmly and bring blankets to keep warm.


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