Horror/Sci Fi/Fantasy Calendar


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The Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) is offering the best way to beat the heat right now, sitting in a dark, air conditioned theater watching John Carpenter's chilling sci fi/horror classic The Thing.  The show runs through Thursday, June 20.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

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Cinema 21 (616 NW 21st Ave in Portland, OR) will screen the star studded zombie movie The Dead Don't Die through Thursday, June 27.  For announcements about showtimes, and advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page or the Cinema 21 website.

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Torchsong Theater Company presents The Ripper: Gothic Rock Musical opening tonight at the Peninsula Lodge #128, IOOF (4834 N Lombard St in Portland, OR).  Based on the poems of Geoffrey Charles Pate, this take on the the tale of The Ripper promises to be much, much stranger than the story you know.  The production contains strong language, violence and mild sexual content, and is recommended for ages 16 and older.  The show runs through Sunday, June 23.  For more details, including showtimes and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The musical Wicked comes to the Paramount Theatre (911 Pine St in Seattle, WA) tonight.  The production runs through July 7.  For more details and a link to ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters is now playing at The Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR).  The film is currently scheduled to run through Thursday, June 20.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

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The Broadway Rose Theatre Company (12850 SW Grant Ave in Tigard, OR) presents the Tony Award-winning Into The Woods through Sunday, June 30.  For more details, including showtimes and advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Fundraiser News

Horrific 5: A Night of Horror Themed Belly Dance has launched a Indiegogo fundraiser for their January 2020 performance in Tacoma, WA.  The show features local Pacific Northwest talent, as well as a featured dancer from "lands afar."  Every act represents a horror film as an epic dance story.  If you live in the area, you can pick up general admission or VIP tickets, or add on a shirt or hoodie for a bit more.  But if you are unable to attend the event, you can pick up a t-shirt, a tank top, or a hoodie to wear anywhere.  The fundraiser runs through August 8, 2019.  Check out the Indiegogo link for a list of perks and how you can support an amazing local horror themed event.  And you'll find details about the event by scrolling down the Horror/Sci Fi/Fantasy Calendar page.

Any fundraising event I post on the site, I fully support and have contributed to.

June, 2019

Friday, June 21

Frightmare on Main Street presents the horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil at 9:30 pm at the Kiggins Theatre (1011 Main St in Vancouver, WA).  After the film, the members of local podcast The Horror Aisle will discuss the film.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Kiggins Theatre website.

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The Olympia Film Society presents a screening of Hayao Miyazaki's Princess Mononoke at 6:30 pm tonight at the Capitol Theater (206 5th Ave SE in Olympia, WA).  Guest programmer, comedian and musician Mary Kobayash will introduce the film.  For more details and a link, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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Projekt Record's Movies in the Dark series presents the vampire film Only Lovers Left Alive at 9:30 pm tonight at the Clinton Street Theater (2522 SE Clinton St in Portland, OR).  Tickets are $5 to $10 sliding scale, $8 in advance.  Doors open at 9 pm.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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Friday Night Frights presents Wes Craven's terrifying The Hills Have Eyes at 10 pm tonight at the Blue Mouse Theatre (2611 N Proctor St in Tacoma, WA).  Admission is $6.  And, as always, expect all kinds of awesome prizes.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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As part of the Summer Repertory Series, The Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) will screen the classic action film Raiders of the Lost Ark, and the animated classic The Last Unicorn, through Thursday, June 27.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

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The Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR) will screen Jim Jarmusch's star-studded zombie comedy The Dead Don't Die through Thursday, June 27.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

Saturday, June 22

GeekCraft Expo PDX 2019 takes place this weekend at the Oregon Convention Center (777 ME Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in Portland, OR).  Doors open at 10 am both days, and you can browse the aisles of made by local nerd hands merchandise.  The event is FREE (though preregistration is needed) and family friendly.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR) presents the 1923 classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame, starring Lon Chaney, today at 2 pm.  Expect a live score accompaniment from the Columbia River Theatre Organ Society.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

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Headbangers Ball with Sign of the Beast Burlesque takes place at 9 pm tonight at The Fixin' To (8218 N Lombard St in Portland, OR).  Expect the heavy metal prom you've always wanted, with sinful burlesque to boot.  Dress in your finest leather and lace for a chance to be crowned royalty.  The event is a fundraiser for the fourth annual Metalesque Fest, so bring cash for raffle tickets and merchandise!  Tickets are $10 at the door.   For more details, including a list of performers, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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Weird Elephant at The Grand Cinema (606 S Fawcett Ave in Tacoma, WA) presents the cult classic The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension tonight at 11 pm.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Rio Theatre (1660 East Broadway in Vancouver, BC) will screen the dystopian anime classic Akira tonight at 11 pm.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Egyptian Theatre (229 S Broadway in Coos Bay, OR) is screening Star Wars: A New Hope at 4 and 7:30 pm today and Saturday, June 29.  This is a VERY rare chance to catch this classic film on the big screen, so don't miss out!  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Tuesday, June 25

They are going to EAT YOU!  The Grindhouse Film Festival series at The Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR) presents Lucio Fulci's Zombie tonight at 7:30 pm in GLORIOUS 35mm!  Don't miss your chance to see this classic in all it's gory glory on the big screen!!  For more details and advance ticket sales (highly recommended), visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

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The Funhouse Lounge (2432 SE 11th Ave in Portland, OR) will screen Bite Me, a subversive romantic comedy about a vampire and the IRS agent auditing her, tonight at 7 pm.  Writer and star Naomi McDougall Jones will be present for a Q and A after the film, which will be followed by A Joyful Vampire Ball at 9 pm.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit the PurplePass website.

Friday, June 28

The Ace Comic Con Seattle 2019 takes place this weekend at WaMu Theater (800 Occidental Ave S in Seattle, WA).  Currently scheduled to appear are Marvel Cinematic Universe actors Don Cheadle, Josh Brolin, Zoe Saldana and Lee Pace.  For more details, including other guests, events and tickets, visit the Ace Comic Con website, or check out the Facebook Event Page.

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Once again, The Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) is screening a couple of classics this week as part of the Summer Repertory Series.  You can catch Jim Henson's dark fantasy, The Dark Crystal, or the Universal classic Creature from the Black Lagoon through Wednesday, July 3.  Oh, and Creature will be screening in GLORIOUS 35mm AND 3D!  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Saturday, June 29

Pacific Northwest Indie Horror Filmmaker Joe Sherlock presents the Portland Premiere of his latest anthology film, Dark Zone Thirteen at 7:30 pm tonight at the Clinton Street Theater (2522 SE Clinton St in Portland, OR).  The film features Jackey Neyman Jones (Manos The Hands of Fate), along with some of Sherlock's regular actors and, as expected, blood and more blood.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Rio Theatre (1660 East Broadway in Vancouver, BC) celebrates the 40th anniversary of Stanley  Kubrick's The Shining with a 4K remaster screening tonight at 9:30 pm.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Olympia Film Society celebrates the 15th anniversary of Howl's Moving Castle.  This is the last in a series of screenings, and starts at 11 am today at the Capitol Theater (206 5th Ave SE in Olympia, WA).  Admission for kids 12 and under is FREE!  And no, it doesn't count if you consider yourself a kid at heart!!  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

July, 2019

Tuesday, July 2

The latest horror film from Ari Aster (Hereditary), Midsommar, opens tonight at The Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR).  The film is currently scheduled to run until Thursday, July 4, but I expect the run will be extended.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

Friday, July 5

The Olympia Film Society and Lloyd Arkestra presents the silent classic The Lost World at 8 pm at the Capitol Theater (206 5th Ave SE in Olympia, WA).  The presentation is part of the Screen Scores series.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) continues with screenings of the anime classic Princess Mononoke, and the sci fi comedy Back to the Future through Thursday, July 11.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Monday, July 8

The Northwest Film Center presents Lamberto Bava's intoxicating, insane film about a cursed screening, Demons, at the Portland Art Museum Whitsell Auditorium (1219 SW Park Ave in Portland, OR) tonight at 7 pm and in GLORIOUS 35mm.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Wednesday, July 10

The Rio Theatre (1660 East Broadway in Vancouver, BC) brings The Gentlemen Hecklers back to take on The NeverEnding Story tonight at 9:30 pm.  Yep, you read that right.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Thursday, July 11

The stage production of Wicked opens today at the Keller Auditorium (222 SW Clay St in Portland, OR).  The show runs through July 26.  Details and advance ticket sales have yet to be posted, so check back at the Portland'5 Center for the Arts website later in the year.

UPDATE: Tickets are available NOW at the wickedmusicaltix website.  Visit the Facebook Event Page for more details, including how to win tickets to the show.

Friday, July 12

Urban Unglued Dark Market heads to the Pacific Day festival for Dark in the Park 2019.  The market will set up at Pacific City Park (600 3rd Ave SE in Pacific, WA) for three days of selling the best gothic, dark, monster themed items, costumes and MORE!  The event opens at 4 pm on Friday, 11 am on Saturday and Sunday.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) continues with screenings of the Alfred Hitchcock classic North by Northwest in GLORIOUS 35mm and James Cameron's classic The Terminator through Thursday, July 18.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

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In partnership with Chocolate Pursuits, The Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR) will screen Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory tonight at 7pm in GLORIOUS 35mm!  Every guest will receive a treat from Ranger Chocolate and be entered to win one of five spectacular "Golden Ticket" prizes.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

Saturday, July 13

The Hollywood Theatre and Oregon State Parks presents a screening of the classic Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, outdoors at L. L. Stub Stewart State Park (in Buxton, OR), at the Hilltop location.  The film starts at dusk and will be followed by a star-viewing party hosted by Rose City Astromoners.  Admission is FREE!  For more details, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

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Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours (102 Cherry St in Seattle, WA) presents a Celebrity Ghost Hunt with Patrick Doyle.  Doyle, a paranormal researcher, actor and author, will lead a group into underground locations.  The event starts at 10 pm and group size is limited to 25, so get your ticket soon.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Sunday, July 14

The Northwest Film Center will screen Brian De Palma's Phantom of the Paradise at 7 pm tonight at the Portland Art Museum Whitsell Auditorium (1219 SW Park Ave in Portland, OR).  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit the NWFC website.

Friday, July 19

The Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) continues with screenings of the fantasy classic The Neverending Story and musical remake of Little Shop of Horrors through Thursday, July 25.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Saturday, July 20

The Pride Film Series at The Grand Cinema (606 Fawcett Ave in Tacoma, WA) presents the erotic vampire film The Hunger tonight at 11 pm.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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Wyrd War's Summer Bummer Double Feature takes place at 7:30 pm tonight at The Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR).  First up is 1980's Without Warning, featuring Jack Palance, Martin Landau and Kevin Peter Hall as the alien hunter (seven years before he meneanced Arnold Schwarzenegger in Predator), followed by 1977's Satan's Cheerleaders (do you really need to know anything other than the title?).  Director Greydon Clark will be in attendance to discuss both films and 30 years of independent filmmaking.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

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The Family Pictures series at the Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, OR) will screen Ray Harryhausen's amazing fantasy Jason and the Argonauts in GLORIOUS 35mm at 2 pm today and tomorrow.  If you've only seen this on a home theater system, DO NOT MISS OUT!  The battle with the six Children of the Hydra's Teeth is breath-taking on the big screen!!  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Hollywood Theatre website.

Friday, July 26

The Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) continues with screenings of the Jim Henson family friendly fantasy Labyrinth and and the not-so-family-friendly Friday the 13th Part III, presented in eye-popping 3D through Thursday, August 1.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Saturday, July 27

The Destiny City Comics and Arts Festival 2019 takes place from 1 to 7 pm today at Alma Mater Tacoma (1322 Fawcett Ave in Tacoma, WA).  The event will feature local artists and writers.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

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The Northwest Film Center's fifteenth annual Top Down Cinema returns  to the Portland State University PS2 parking structure (1724 SW Broadway) with a screening of the 80s cult classic, Night of the Comet.  Doors open at 7 pm, with music starting at 8 pm and the film starting at dusk.  Wait, didn't this movie start out with bad things happening to people partying under the stars?  Hope it goes better this time!  For more details on what to expect at the Top Down presentation, and a list of other films in the series, visit this link.  To pick up advance tickets for the film, visit the NW Film Center website.

August, 2019

Friday, August 2

The Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) continues with screenings of the anime classic Howl's Moving Castle and and Pacific Northwest favorite The Goonies through Thursday, August 1.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Saturday, August 3

The Hollywood Theatre and Oregon State Parks brings the ghost with the most to Milo McIver State Park (near Estacada, OR) with an outdoor screening of Beetlejuice.  Event partner Deschutes Brewery will be in attendance selling beer.  The film starts at dusk and admission is FREE!  For more details, visit The Hollywood Theatre website.

Sunday, August 4

The Northwest Film Center presents Mario Bava's official directorial debut, Black Sunday, at 7 pm tonight at the Portland Art Museum Whitsell Auditorium (1219 SW Park Ave in Portland, OR).  The film is in Italian with English subtitles.  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit the NWFC website.

Friday, August 9


The Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) invites you to take a journey down the Yellow Brick Road with The Wizard of Oz, presented in GLORIOUS 35mm.  Or hang around the ghost with the most, with screenings of Tim Burton's afterlife comedy Beetlejuice.  Both movies play through Thursday, August 15.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Saturday, August 10

Urban Unglued Dark Markets returns to the Dryer Masonic Center (306 134th St S in Tacoma, WA) for the Midsummer Freaks Fae and Fantasy Market 2019.  The market is open from 10 am to 5 pm and admission is FREE.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Friday, August 16

Gods and prehistoric monsters invade the Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR)!  Check out Ray Harryhausen's classic Jason and the Argonauts, presented in GLORIOUS 35mm.  Or spend some time exploring Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park.  Both movies play through Thursday, August 22.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Saturday, August 17

The 5th Annual Goth Float on the Clackamas River takes off at noon today at Barton Park (19009 SE Barton Park Rd in Boring, OR).  The event is FREE (except for parking) and family-friendly.  Please note, there is not a shuttle bus between the end point, Carver Park, so plan out parking with a friend!  For more details, including what to bring, what not to bring and so forth, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Friday, August 23

The Summer Repertory Series at the Academy Theater (7818 SE Stark St in Portland, OR) ends with the first, and possibly, best summer movie made, Steven Spielberg's Jaws, presented in GLORIOUS 35mm.  Or head to Camelot (or not, it's a rather silly place) with Monty Python and the Holy Grail.  Both movies play through Thursday, August 29.  Please note, this is not a double feature and if you want to catch both, you'll need two separate tickets.  For more details, including showtimes, visit the Academy Theater website.

Sunday, August 25


The Northwest Film Center presents Brian Yuzna's body-horror critique of the upper class, Society, at 7 pm tonight at the Portland Art Museum Whitsell Auditorium (1219 SW Park Ave in Portland, OR).  For more details and advance ticket sales, visit the NWFC website.

September, 2019

Sunday, September 1

The Northwest Film Center presents the scariest movie ever released by Disney, Return to Oz, at 7 pm tonight at the Portland Art Museum Whitsell Auditorium (1219 SW Park Ave in Portland, OR) in GLORIOUS 35mm!  Dorothy, back in Kansas, is about to undergo electroshock therapy because of her belief in the world of Oz.  She manages to escape to Oz, only to find it threatened by another evil force.  Featuring some fairly scary stop-motion (created by Will Vinton Studios) and a queen with a collection of various disembodied heads, it's not the cute musical from the 30s.  For more details and advance tickets, visit the NWFC website.

Friday, September 13

Rose City Comic Con returns to the Oregon Convention Center (777 NE Marin Luther King Jr Blvd in Portland, OR) this weekend.  Bonnie Wright (the Harry Potter series), Tim Curry (It, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and MUCH MORE), Wil Wheaton (Star Trek: The Next Generation) and Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk) are scheduled to appear.  Keep up to date with all the details at the Rose City Comic Con website or the Facebook Event Page.

UPDATE: Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride, Saw) is scheduled to appear.

Saturday, September 21

Keep watching the skies around the Lewis County Historical Museum (599 NW Front Way in Chehalis, WA) during The Chehalis Flying Saucer Party, as you might see some unexpected guests!  The event takes place from 9 am to midnight, and celebrates the 1947 sighting of nine "flying disks" by Idaho businessman Kenneth Arnold, after his plane left the Chehalis airport.  The event will feature speakers, vendors, live music, exhibits and MORE!  Check the Facebook Event Page later for more details.

October, 2019

Friday, October 4

Opening night for the Fear Asylum (13121 SE McLoughlin Blvd in Milwaukie, OR) is tonight at 7 pm, so mark it on your calendars and stay tuned, or keep an eye on the Facebook Home Page) for more details!

Saturday, October 12

The Denton Delinquents will bring the cult classic Shaun of the Dead to life at the Kiggins Theatre (1011 Main St in Vancouver, WA), acting out the film on stage, in the aisles and IN YOUR FACE!  It will be a night filled with comedy, trivia and MORE!  Of course, you can dress up as a zombie, or one of Shaun's group, and organize a team for the pre-show trivia quiz!!  The fun starts at 9 pm.  For more details and a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page

Thursday, October 17

The sixth annual Idaho Horror Film Festival takes place tonight, tomorrow and Saturday at The Egyptian Theatre (700 W Main St in Boise, ID).  More details will follow, but you can get updates at the Facebook Event Page or the IHFF website.

Saturday, October 19

For lovers of the strange and unusual, the Portland Oddities and Curiosities Expo takes place from 11 am to 6 pm today at the Oregon Convention Center (777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in Portland, OR).  The event will feature local and national vendors, with items such as taxidermy, wet and dry preserved specimens, antiques, jewelry, artwork and MUCH MORE!  For more details, including a list of confirmed vendors, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Saturday, October 26

The Jet City Comic Show takes place this weekend at the Tacoma Convention Center (1500 Commerce St in Tacoma, WA).  Keep checking back here, the Jet City Comic Show website or the Jet City Comic Show Facebook Page for details as they are released.

UPDATE: Gil Gerard and Felix Silla (Buck Rogers in the 25th Century) are scheduled to attend.
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Urban Unglued Dark Market brings the 3rd annual Buried at the Bazaar 2019 to the Dryer Masonic Center (306 134th St S in Tacoma, WA) from 10 am to 5 pm today.    The event features all handmade products by local artist.  Admission and parking is FREE.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

November, 2019

Saturday, November 30

Urban Unglued Dark Market brings Feast of the Beasts 2019 to the Dryer Masonic Center (306 134th St S in Tacoma, WA) from 10 am to 5 pm today.    The event features all handmade products by local artist, and is the perfect place to start shopping for dark art and gothic Christmas presents for someone you know, or just for yourself!  Admission and parking is FREE.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

December, 2019

Saturday, December 14 

Urban Unglued Dark Market offers you one last chance to find the perfect handmade dark art and gothic Christmas presents for someone you know (or just for yourself!) as Terror in the Tree 2019 comes to the Dryer Masonic Center (306 134th St S in Tacoma, WA) from 10 am to 5 pm today.  Admission and parking is FREE.  For more details, visit the Facebook Event Page.

January 2020

Saturday, January 25

Horrific: A Night of Horror Themed Belly Dance celebrates it's fifth year tonight at 8 pm at the Temple Theatre (47 St Helens Ave in Tacoma, WA).  For more details, including a link to advance ticket sales, visit the Facebook Event Page.

October, 2020

Saturday, October 3

Torchsong Theater Company brings Villains and Vixens: Revenge of the Parodies to the Peninsula Odd Fellows Lodge (4834 N Lombard St in Portland, OR) for a sizzling hot cabaret where it's good to be bad.  The show plays on Saturday, October 3 and 10 at 8 pm and Sunday, October 4 and 11 at 6 pm.  The production is considered PG-13.  For more details and advance ticket sales (starting in the summer of 2020), visit the Facebook Event Page.



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And, as always, should you attend any of these events, mention to the organizers you read about it at The Shadow Over Portland!!


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