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Local Writer to speak at screenings of ‘Saturday Morning Massacre’ at Tin Theater


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Aaron Leggett, who attended Burien’s St. Francis and John F. Kennedy High Schools, will be speaking at two late-night screenings of a film he Wrote called “Saturday Morning Massacre” at the Tin Theater Friday (Aug. 16) and Saturday (Aug. 17) nights at 10 p.m.

Here’s a synopsis of the film, which has been described as a mashup of Scooby Doo meets The Evil Dead.

A team of amateur paranormal investigators struggles to make ends meet by debunking reports of supernatural incidents. With the group on the verge of bankruptcy, they take on a case involving rumors of suspicious disappearances and violent deaths linked with the abandoned Kyser schoolhouse. Discounting stories of satanic practices, the team proceeds, desperately chasing cash and the opportunity to fulfill their lives’ mission – to catch a real ghost.

On a tour guided by the local sheriff, the crew learns of the schoolhouse’s gruesome past, and despite the sheriff’s advice to spend the night in a hotel, they decide to stay. They set up their gear and prepare for nightfall, and when the sun goes down, the truth comes out: the Kyser house might actually be haunted by sadistic spirits – or something even worse.

Saturday Morning Massacre is a bloody parody of mystery cartoons and the consequences of meddling with the supernatural.

Here’s the trailer:

Tickets are $8, and can be purchased at the Tin Room/Theater, or call (206) 242-8040.

The Tin Theater – which is a longtime Advertiser on The B-Town Blog – is located at 923 SW 152nd Street in Olde Burien.

More info on the film can be found at http://saturdaymorningmassacre.com/index.htm

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