TONIGHT IN BOSTON: UTG Presents A Free Screening Of ‘A Beary Scary Movie’ & Two Horror Shorts


After months of brainstorming and careful planning, we are finally able to announce the beginning of what may likely become our greatest effort to date. Starting next month UTG will officially begin hosting FREE SCREENINGS of new and upcoming indie films around the US! To kick things off we’ve partnered with Century Media Records and Iwrestledabearonce to bring IWABO’s horror film, A Beary Scary Movie, to Boston TONIGHT. You can view all the details, including information on the two horror shorts that will accompany the feature, after the jump.

If you’re in the New England area, PLEASE come out and support this once-in-a-lifetime event. UTG is planning to continue hosting free public screenings in 2013, but we need your support to make it a reality. Come to the Somerville Theater in Davis Square TONIGHT, November 7, at 6:30PM to join in on the festivities. Seating is (extremely) limited and we will be starting as close to doors as possible.

In addition to hosting the premiere of A Beary Scary Movie, this special screening will also be the first to bring horror shorts Slash In The Box and The Sleepover to New England. Trailers for all three films can be viewed below along with their synopsis:

A Beary Scary Movie
[The Film] is a horror-comedy that follows the tale of Shreddy – the deranged guitarist from legendary 80’s hair metal band White Vulture – who comes straight from hell murdering bands one by one by hacking them to pieces. Now it’s up to Steven, Mikey, John, Krysta and Ricky to make it out alive.

The Sleepover
The town of Derry has a secret, but no one told the new kid. It’s gonna be a long night.

Slash In The Box
When Adam brings home an antique jack-in-the-box for his wife, pop goes the evil.

If you’re outside the greater Boston area, don’t worry! We are currently hard at work putting together events in other cities in coming months. Stay tuned to our social networks for the latest updates.

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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