Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre celebrates Halloween with Boris Karloff

posted by Altoblanco on October 8, 2007 at 3:51 pm

JERSEY CITY, NJ — It’s going to be a VERY busy October at the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre. In addition to getting the new movie season off to a “bad start” with “The Anti-Heroes” film series (showing October 5th-6th), the theatre is serving up a second helping of classic films to close out the month… “Halloween with Boris Karloff”… it will be a weekend jam-packed with thrills and chills!

Friday, October 26th special double-feature show…
7:45 PM / 9:10 PM: “The Black Cat” (1934) / “The Old Dark House” (1932)
Admission: $9-adults; $6-seniors, children age 12 or younger.
No combo discount – pay one price, see both movies.

Saturday, October 27th – three “spooktacular” single features in one day!
3:00 PM: The Mummy (1932)
7:00 PM: Frankenstein (1931)
8:45 PM: The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Admission for each screening: $6-adults; $4-seniors, children age 12 or younger.
Combo discounts are available for multiple screenings.

Off-street parking (available behind theatre, access via Magnolia Avenue): Square Ramp Garage offers discount rates exclusively for theatre customers who present special half-price parking? vouchers (available at theatre box office, valid only on dates indicated). The garage is handicapped-accessible.

The Friends of the Loew’s are actively seeking out volunteer ushers for upcoming live shows (one is scheduled for Saturday evening, October 20th). For information on how you can assist, send an , or call (201) 798-6055.

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Comments (3)

Altoblanco
Altoblanco on October 12, 2007 at 5:48 am

The movie/live show scheduled for Saturday, October 20th (“Ouija”) has been cancelled. However, volunteer ushers may be needed for future shows.

There is an holiday season urban contemporary music concert scheduled for Saturday evening, December 1st (featuring a variety of national and local acts spanning in popularity from the mid-1980s through today) – it has the potential to draw a large audience.

TLSLOEWS
TLSLOEWS on June 8, 2010 at 11:07 pm

Alrightly then.

Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on June 12, 2010 at 1:13 am

It is great to see Boris Karloff honored.He is a forgotten star that we all have sorta forgotten.

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