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27 Dec 2021

The Woman in Black: Old Fashioned Spook Show

  Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. The Woman in Black has been running in London for more than thirty years. It’s a ghost story, a play adapted by Stephen Mallatratt from Susan Hill’s novel. The smash production now comes to San Francisco, where

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22 Nov 2021

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Has Some Surprisingly Scary Moments!

Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. Who Ya Gonna Call? The new film Ghostbusters: Afterlife (in theaters on Friday, November 19) is a direct sequel to the first two films in the franchise. Though it offers a fair amount of comedy, as is expected

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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09 Nov 2021

San Francisco Transgender Film Fest: Going Strong Since 1997

“Pinch me! It feels miraculous!” says Shawna Virago, Artistic Director of the San Francisco Transgender Film Festival. The festival has been around since 1997, and is still going strong 24 years later. The festival returns with its latest offering of short films, and will stream online from Nov. 11-14. And

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09 Sep 2021

Stirring Fauci Documentary Opens at Vogue Theater

A man who personifies the old adage “walk softly and carry a big stick”, Dr. Anthony Fauci has always seemingly been a mild mannered man with the strength to stand up to his adversaries. “Fauci”, a new documentary from National Geographic Films, tells the story of the doctor’s life in

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14 May 2021

Remembering Klaus Kinski & Other Tales of Terror

Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. In 1979 Klaus Kinski played the title role in Nosferatu the Vampire, acclaimed German filmmaker Werner Herzog’s re-imagining of Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror, the expressionistic silent film which was the first screen adaptation of Dracula. Herzog’s film was

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21 Mar 2021

Chinatown Pride: Celebrating Queer Chinese Culture

On March 25 from 6-7 pm San Francisco Pride and the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco will join forces to present Chinatown Pride, an hour long online celebration of Queer Chinese culture. The event will serve as a fundraiser for both organizations and as a gesture of solidarity between

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12 Mar 2021

Enter the Haunted World of Filmmaker Joshua Kennedy

Welcome to Bay Of The Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. Joshua Kennedy loves movies. The 27 year old Texas native already has 19 directorial credits at imdb.com, all of which appear to be homages to the classic films he loves. With titles like The Fungus Among Us, Slave

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02 Mar 2021

Oasis is Doing an Old School Telethon in Order to Survive

Oasis is in trouble. The legendary SOMA nightclub, which for six years has given Queer performers of all stripes a stage on which to perform, is in danger of closing permanently. The club has been closed for much of the past year due to the pandemic, which means no income.

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