LA LGBT Center to Host Elvira’s Haunted Hills Movie Screenings on Eve of Halloween

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The Los Angeles LGBT Center is encouraging the community to stay at home tonight with two screenings of Elvira’s Haunted Hills Movie on the Eve of Halloween.

The Center and Scream Factory dare you to join the spooky fun for a special late-night ‘movie screaming’ of Elvira’s Haunted Hills starting tonight, Friday, October 30. There will be two screenings. One will take place at 7 p.m. (PDT) / 10 p.m. (EDT) and
9 p.m. (PDT) / 12 a.m. (EDT). The shows will stream live at lalgbtcenter.org/hauntedhills

RSVP, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-center-and-scream-factory-present-elviras-haunted-hills-tickets-126122548939.

The Mistress of the Dark herself will join the free virtual screening of this 2001 cult classic film, complete with a costume contest and exciting prizes signed by Elvira herself.

Set in 1851 in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, Elvira and her maidservant get kicked out of an inn for a slight monetary discrepancy during their journey to a can-can revue in Paris. They are rescued by Dr. Bradley Bradley, who takes them to stay at Castle Hellsubus in the hills high above the village. While there, Elvira meets the residents and discovers that she happens to resemble the deceased former wife of his Lordship the Count Vladimere Hellsubus.

Submit photos of your gourd-geous costume here to participate in the costume contest. Photos will be featured in a virtual costume parade during the screening. Deadline to submit photos is October 28 and winners will be announced during the screening on October 30.

With an eerie goal of raising $6,666 in honor of Halloween, all donations will directly fund the Center’s life-saving programs and services. Donations can be made here or directly through the RSVP page.

RSVP here to receive updates, exclusives, and email reminders.

About the Los Angeles LGBT Center
Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. Today the Center’s nearly 800 employees provide services for more LGBT people than any other organization in the world, offering programs, services, and global advocacy that span four broad categories: Health, Social Services and Housing, Culture and Education, Leadership and Advocacy. We are an unstoppable force in the fight against bigotry and the struggle to build a better world; a world in which LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society. Learn more at lalgbtcenter.org.

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