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Booking older films 06 Jul 2007 18:19 #15423

  • kec
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I'm waaay new to the biz, a retail manager just starting out in an independent theatre. Halloween is huge in my town, and attendance was horrible last October. We're thinking of putting together some Halloween programming--doing double features of scary movies every night for the week leading up to Halloween (or something like that--still in the planning phase). How difficult is it to find prints for this kind of thing? Some of the movies we had in mind were things like The Omen, The Thing, The Shining, etc. Any tips are greatly appreciated!
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Re: Booking older films 07 Jul 2007 20:15 #15424

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Older horror films are sometimes very hard to get, and are expensive. If you want to seriously do this you need to book them yesterday.

E-mail me directly with your list of titles and I can give you a general idea of what's available and cost.

LT
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