Drive-In Massacre: Triple Feature with Scream Queen Linnea Quigley

Drive-In Massacre: Triple Feature with Scream Queen Linnea Quigley

“Do you wanna party?” Well, it's party time this weekend in Chicago as Linnea Quigley, the scream queen we all know and love, will be in town hosting a few events!

Firstly, the fine folks at Terror in the Aisles are helping to raise funds for Linnea's deteriorating family home tomorrow, Thursday, August 28th. Fans can purchase a $10 ticket to Night of the Demons at the Davis Theater, 4614 N. Lincoln Avenue. Linnea will be hanging out, signing autographs, taking pictures, and will introduce the film. Posters, DVDs, headshots, and more will be available to help support the cause. Show begins at 9:00pm. Vendors, prizes, and more are scheduled. Tickets can be purchased HERE.

Drive-In Massacre II: Friday, August 29th and Saturday, August 30th, a great lineup commences at McHenry Outdoor Theater! Guest Linnea Quigley shall introduce Return of the Living Dead around 8:15-8:30pm! The 40th Anniversary restoration of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre screens at 10:30pm, and Creepshow spooks on at Midnight! Gates open at 6:30pm. Arrive early for a good parking spot. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids ages 12 and under. Also, seniors and current or former members of the military get in for $5. Vendors, prizes, autographs with Linnea. 1510 Chapel Hill Road, McHenry, IL. *Both nights include the same schedule.

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