“Discount crepes for movie line!” said the “Mon Amour Cafe” employee Thursday evening to the crowd wrapped around his building.
The “Evil Dead” marathon at Westwood Village Regency Theaters started at 5:30 p.m., but fans were lined up by 4:30 p.m. wearing any “Evil Dead” memorabilia they had. Once the line started moving original tickets were traded in for a special VIP All Access laminated pass to enter a horror fan’s dream.
The lobby was filled with props and movie-related items provided by makeup artist Greg Nicotero, “Evil Dead 2” writer Scott Spiegel and event coordinator Jason Coleman.
The props included a fan-made chainsaw hand, the Book of the Dead from “Evil Dead 2″, a severed hand that was actually from “Walking Dead,” a Bruce Campbell signed lunchbox and much more.
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