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Tickets on sale for Exhumed Films' 24 Hour Horrorthon

Get 'em quick, they sell out fast.

Tickets on sale for Exhumed Films' 24 Hour Horrorthon

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Is it really that time of year already? Tickets went on sale for Exhumed Films' 24 Hour Horrorthon (Part 666, of course), a Philly tradition wherein the boys from Exhumed collect the rarest horror of gems. This year's fest takes place from Sat., Oct. 27-Sun., Oct. 28. Pick up your tickets at the International House site.

Exhumed's Joseph Gervasi couldn't give us any hints on what's playing this year because, honestly, he doesn't know. Exhumed doesn't choose the films until right before the fest so they can slip in any diamonds-in-the-rough if they're acquired only two or three weeks beforehand. Check out last year's line-up for a taste of what you'll get.

We're giving you the heads up about tickets now, though, because they always sell out fast. "Last year sold out in a little under a month," Gervasi said. "But it's been getting shorter and shorter."

International House, 3701 Chestnut St., 12 p.m., Sat., Oct. 27, $35, $25 for International House members, ihousephilly.org

Inquirer Staff Writer
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