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Toby Froud made his film debut as a toddler playing Toby, the infant brother of Sarah, in the movie Labyrinth. He is the son of the film's conceptual designer Brian Froud and puppet builder Wendy Froud.
Brian Froud has said in interviews and the film's making-of documentary, Inside the Labyrinth, that he drew designs of the baby for Labyrinth before his son was even conceived. When Toby was born he looked exactly like the picture. For this and other logistical reasons they opted to cast him as the baby in the film.
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Your votes are counted for February’s “This is YOUR Theater” screening at the Hollywood Theatre! Showing for one night only is John Carpenter’s, The Thing.


The Thing is a horror classic done by an undisputed master of the genre. Even 33 years after its release, The Thing doesn’t fail to please.


In the midst of the Antartican snowfield, the scientists and workers of a small American research base are shocked when a helicopter begins to circle their camp, chasing and shooting at a dog. When the helicopter is destroyed and the passengers are killed, the dog is let...


Polaris! Until today they only lived in your tv. Things are about to change….


Polaris is the house band for The Adventures of Pete & Pete. Muggy, Jersey, and Harris Polaris. They open every show and perform much of the music heard in each episode. They made a record, made t shirts, appeared on a cereal box, but they never played a show. Never. That all changed last year in Hollywood. Polaris headlined the Pete and Pete reunion show at the majestic Orpheum Theater and sold it out. The people had waited long enough. They...

CSTS dancing

After the PDX Browncoats for their screening of Serenity on Friday and then join them again on Saturday at the Melody Ballroom for dancing, live music, food, drinks and shiny clothes. 


Live music by our own band followed by Kirby Krackle 
More special guests to be announced.

Food is included and drinks will be available for purchase, all proceeds benefit ...

Fan Fiction Everywhere

Emerald City Comicon couldn't handle all the hot, disturbing, plotless smut that can be found in the world of fan fiction. So, for one night only, subject yourself to the filthiest, squickiest, and down right wrongest fan fiction that ever was typed on a sweat-covered keyboard. Bring your friends for food, filthy fan fiction from across the fandoms, and a lot of alcohol. Because they won't stop until you can't stop squirming.

$5 at the door will get you in to enjoy the poetical porn of such perverts as ...

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In this first theatrical feature spun off from the TV series “Tales from the Crypt,” a drifter named Brayker arrives at a small town in New Mexico, on the run from a menacing figure known as the Collector (Billy Zane). The Collector seeks the mysterious, mystical amulets which have been stolen from him, and he

and his forces will go to any length to reclaim them...


Hecklevision is a monthly Hollywood Theatre series that invites filmgoers to comment on and heckle the films they’re watching

via text message—which are then instantly displayed onscreen for all to see...

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Hollywood Theatre will launch its new 70mm projection capabilities with a screening of Stanley Kubrick’s landmark science fiction film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Bringing 70mm film projection back to Oregon has been a long-held dream of the Hollywood’s.


The premium film format, which reached its pinnacle in the 1960s and ’70s with the 70mm distribution of big-budget films like Lawrence of Arabia and 2001, features a greater aspect ratio and higher resolution than traditional 35mm film...


$35 - $43
Kevin Smith

A writer, comedian, podcaster, and film director, Kevin Smith has written and directed numerous films, including "Clerks," "Chasing Amy," "Dogma," "Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back," "Red State" & "Tusk;" Creator of AMC's "Comic Book Men;" authored Silent Bob Speaks," "Shootin' The Sh*t with Kevin Smith," "My Boring-Ass Life" and most recently "Tough Sh*t: Life Advice from a Fat, Lazy Slob Who Did Good." He can be heard daily at, a vast network of podcasts. 

An Evening with Kevin Smith is a chance to get up close and personal...


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