Gremlins Returning to Theaters for Christmas

Posted 2017/11/29 0 0

Beside Beauty and the Beast, the horror-comedy classic will also return to theaters.

 

With Christmas coming really soon, Joe Dante’s classic horror-comedy Gremlins is returning to theaters, complete with special extras for fans. For those of you who prefer theatrical screenings to in-home viewings, Gremlins will be returning to theaters this December for limited engagements. And for those who would prefer stay in, avoiding the freezing weather, the movie is right here on the site for you to check out!

Per the event's website:

“The tale of a cute and furry Christmas gift that multiplies into many, many, many terrifying Christmas gifts, GREMLINS is a sublimely perfect mix of comedy and horror. This December, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment presents a movie party celebration of the hilarious and wickedly scary 1984 film, featuring a special conversation with director Joe Dante that’ll take you behind the scenes of this all-time classic.

This cinematic event will be beamed into theaters across the country. Just in time for the holidays, it’ll introduce Mondo’s new Gremlins Collection with a limited edition tee designed by Rhys Cooper (pictured below), available exclusively with tickets at participating theaters.”

Gremlins is a 1984 American comedy horror film directed by Joe Dante and released by Warner Bros. The film is about a young man who receives a strange creature called a mogwai as a pet, which then spawns other creatures who transform into small, destructive, evil monsters. Gremlins is famous for many things, but perhaps its most well-known contribution to pop culture is Gizmo, the cute little creature called a mogwai. Gizmo is as loyal and friendly as he is adorable, but mogwai come with rules, and when those rules are broken, the cuddly mogwai spawn destructive gremlins. While Gizmo is the film’s most recognizable character, the gremlins themselves provide many of the best moments, destroying property, attacking innocents, and even killing people.

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