What we're about

This is club for all horror fans! We try to post all kinds of horror events and movies, so let us know if there is something you'd like us to list that we haven't yet and we'll see what we can do. This group is just for fun, no real rules besides keep your drama at home. We're a horror group, not a drama one! Haha, but really guys, have fun, meet friends, laugh, and have an all around good time!

In the future we will look more into hosting private events, like theater rentals and whatnot. I would say most of the movies we go to are at the Hollywood Theater in Portland, and if not there, then at the Eastport Plaza Theater. (That doesn't mean we ONLY go to those theaters... those just seem to be the ones we are at the most). We want all ranges of horror fans. Don't be intimidated if you are a casual fan... we want you too!

We also usually meet outside the theater after the movie is over to have a quick discussion. (or until security kicks us out!)

We look forward to meeting you, and we hope you enjoy the group!

-Lora and Travis

Upcoming events (5+)

Please only RSVP if you are coming! The Portland Horror Trivia Masacre

Teams are a max 6 but we can easily split into 2 teams if we need to😀 Please only RSVP if you are truly interested and if you have NOT been to any meetups before, please PM me or comment below so I know you are coming and we can coordinate 😀Also please cancel not later than 6pm so we have a real idea of how many are coming😃 Do you like Horror movies? Do you like trivia? Come on out to Portland's ONLY horror trivia night! Top two teams win gift certificates to Home, A Bar! We also raffle off horror themed prizes! Books, movies, t-shirts, comics and more!

Alien(1979)PDX Drive In Movie Spectacular

Portland Expo Center

Tickets on Sale NOW for the 5th Annual PDX Drive-In Movie Spectacular! If you grew up going to drive-in movies, you know what a treat it is. The Portland Expo Center has created an authentic drive-in movie experience on our 53 acre campus. Unlike drive-ins of the past, thePDX Drive-in Movie Spectacular! boasts clear digital projection, plus sound through outdoor speakers and FM signal. Our giant screen drive-in is an all-ages event that is a throw-back with a modern twist. No car? No problem! We also welcome guests via bicycle and TriMet(the Max Yellow Line ends right in our parking lot). The PDX Drive-in Movie Spectacular! is celebrating it's fifth season with five classic movies you'll enjoy August 14th - 18th, 2019 only at the Portland Expo Center: Wednesday - August 14 - Special Engagement to be announced soon! Thursday - August 15 - Planet of the Apes (1968) Friday - August 16 - Alien (1979) Saturday - August 17 - Little Shop of Horrors (1986) Sunday - August 18 - Boyz n the Hood (1991) Tickets for this event do sell-out. Don't miss your chance to see your favorite film on the big screen - purchase your tickets in advance today! Gates open 6:30pm - movies begin at dusk (around 8 p.m.) This year, we are partnering with Movie Madness Video & More, which is a program of the historic Hollywood Theater! A portion of our proceeds will go to support this wonderful Portland non-profit. Additionally, the PDX Drive-In Movie Spectacular! is generously sponsored by the following: TicketsWest, iHeart Media, Deschutes Brewery, Portland Roasting, Columbia Credit Union and Maryhill Winery. We appreciate your generous support. For more info and tickets go to the following link https://www.expocenter.org/content/pdx-drive-movie-spectacular

Little Shop of Horrors(1986)PDX Drive In Movie Spectacular

Portland Expo Center

Tickets on Sale NOW for the 5th Annual PDX Drive-In Movie Spectacular! If you grew up going to drive-in movies, you know what a treat it is. The Portland Expo Center has created an authentic drive-in movie experience on our 53 acre campus. Unlike drive-ins of the past, thePDX Drive-in Movie Spectacular! boasts clear digital projection, plus sound through outdoor speakers and FM signal. Our giant screen drive-in is an all-ages event that is a throw-back with a modern twist. No car? No problem! We also welcome guests via bicycle and TriMet(the Max Yellow Line ends right in our parking lot). The PDX Drive-in Movie Spectacular! is celebrating it's fifth season with five classic movies you'll enjoy August 14th - 18th, 2019 only at the Portland Expo Center: Wednesday - August 14 - Special Engagement to be announced soon! Thursday - August 15 - Planet of the Apes (1968) Friday - August 16 - Alien (1979) Saturday - August 17 - Little Shop of Horrors (1986) Sunday - August 18 - Boyz n the Hood (1991) Tickets for this event do sell-out. Don't miss your chance to see your favorite film on the big screen - purchase your tickets in advance today! Gates open 6:30pm - movies begin at dusk (around 8 p.m.) This year, we are partnering with Movie Madness Video & More, which is a program of the historic Hollywood Theater! A portion of our proceeds will go to support this wonderful Portland non-profit. Additionally, the PDX Drive-In Movie Spectacular! is generously sponsored by the following: TicketsWest, iHeart Media, Deschutes Brewery, Portland Roasting, Columbia Credit Union and Maryhill Winery. We appreciate your generous support. For more info and tickets go to the following link https://www.expocenter.org/content/pdx-drive-movie-spectacular

Beast Wishes(2012) w/Chris Walas and Frank Dietz

Hollywood Theatre

Tickets on sale now. I suggest getting tickets ahead of time, their Summer Bummer event tends to sell out early. You can purchase tickets at the theater or online using the link below https://hollywoodtheatre.org/events/beast-wishes/ Join us for an evening with Oscar-winning FX artist CHRIS WALAS (The Fly, Gremlins) and director FRANK DIETZ as they celebrate the legacy of Sci-Fi / Horror movie memorabilia legends - Bob and Kathy Burns. Hosted by Portland film curator Greg Hamilton. Bob and Kathy Burns are best known for their incredible collection of original movie props, housed in their Burbank, California museum, often known as "Bob's Basement." From the steel armature of the 1933 "King Kong," to the Queen Alien and the American Werewolf In London master props, Bob and Kathy's house is a treasure chest of movie monster memorabilia. Married for over 50 years, this amazing couple have served as the goodwill ambassadors of fantasy film fandom. For decades they have brought joy to fans throughout the world, by sharing their treasures and experiences with everyone. Featured in the film are Oscar-winning makeup and special FX artists Rick Baker (American Werewolf in London), Chris Walas (The Fly), and Dennis Muren (Star Wars), along with directors Joe Dante (Gremlins) and John Landis (Animal House).

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