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Screaming Cinema Series to screen horror flicks at Tampa Pitcher Show

CultMovieMania.com is sponsoring the Screaming Cinema Series, a weekly showcase of shoestring-budget horror flicks designed to make viewers barf, or laugh until they do. Screenings will be held at Tampa Pitcher Show, 14416 N Dale Mabry Highway, a place with a tasty menu but under the circumstances you may wish to skip dinner. The six-week series begins Feb. 9 with Greg Lamberson's Slime City Massacre, the sequel to his 1988 debut because making art takes time. Once again, humans are ingesting an elixir brewed from demonic ectoplasm, causing them to become murderous zombies. Lamberson will attend the screening, thrilling gorehounds with a post-show Q&A session. Future cinematic abominations include The Theater Bizarre (Feb. 16), Dear God No! (Feb. 23) and Herschell Gordon Lewis' The Uh-Oh! Show (Mar. 1), filmed in St. Petersburg but the Chamber of Commerce doesn't brag about it. Showtimes are 9:30 p.m. Admission is $8 but, really, how can you put a price on entertainment like this? — Steve Persall, Times Movie Critic

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