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No, not really. But I wish I lived there. The two times I visited it was, well, something. And to top it off, this is something awesome. The Museum of the Moving Image had a special tribute to horror films, specifically HORROR FILMS FROM THE 1970s AND TODAY. How cool is that?!?!

Some of the films shown include A Clockwork Orange (that alone is worth it! to see it on screen!), The Hills Have Eyes (both the 1977 and 2006 versions), The Host (again, enough alone to be there!), The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, Rabid, Dawn of the Dead – the 2004 version (Preceded by “Thriller” (1983, 13 mins. 35mm print from UCLA Film & TV Archive. Landis pays homage to George Romero and all things horror in this classic Michael Jackson music video.), Carrie, Halloween, Martin, Deathdream… it goes on and on and on.

In all, 27 films, lots of panel discussions, post-film discussion, lots of discussion things.

From June 16-July 22. If you’re a horror fan and anywhere near New York, GO!GO!GO!!!