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Horror-Thon moves to Broadway

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If you're planning on staying up all night tonight watching horror movies, you'll need to adjust your plans slightly. The Tower of Terror is moving to the Broadway of Terror. ---

The X96 Dusk-Till-Dawn Horror-Thon -- a marathon pre-Halloween party featuring screenings of The Exorcist, Evil Dead 2, Dead Alive and the original Halloween -- was originally scheduled to take place at the Tower Theater. But businesses in the 9th and 9th area received word that the power grid would be shut down at midnight, making an all-night event fairly impossible. So the marathon is moving to the Broadway Centre Cinemas, still beginning at 11 p.m. The Tower ticket office will remain open until around midnight to point unaware latecomers in the right direction, but all others should head to the Broadway for their eight hours of chills.

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