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CONTEST! Win Tickets To See Either Rosemary’s Baby Or Child’s Play At The Logan Theater In Chicago

Tis the season, There’s More Chances To Win Some Free Tickets To The Logan Theater


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Horror and Halloween addicts! Here’s a chance to win another pair of tickets for either of the Logan Theater’s upcoming screenings happening October 25th-27th. Over the course of those three days, the theater will be screening Rosemary’s Baby at 10:30pm and Child’s Play at 11pm. One winner will win a pair of tickets and have the choice of which film they’d like to see and what day.

All you have to do is email me at winloganhorror@gmail.com with “Rosemarys Baby and Childs Play Contest” as your subject line. Be sure to include your name as it appears on your ID (you’ll need your ID to get your tickets from will call), the film you want to see, and the date you’d want to see it. One winner will be notified via email when the contest closes on Sunday evening.

Also, mark your calendar because I will be on hand at The Logan to host the screenings of both Night of the Living Dead and Beetlejuice on Saturday, October 22nd! Seeing as how these are two of my favorite films, I’m very excited for this event. These are not screenings you’re going to want to miss. I’ll be giving away DVDs and comics as well as bringing along a nostalgic trailer reel to get you in the mood for the movies and the Halloween season in general. Plus, a best dressed zombie and a best dressed Beetlejuice will win a special prize at each screening! So definitely come in costume. See you then!

Be sure to check out the Logan Theater’s website here for more information on each of the films screening during their Horror Movie Madness series.

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Written by Matt Storc

(Chicago Events Coordinator) Matt Storc is a screenwriter and director from the great city of Chicago. He enjoys sharing movies with people almost as much as he enjoys making them. He also does a killer rendition of the other guy’s part in Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me” at karaoke.”

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