September 5, 2017

Street Food Cinema Announces ‘The Lost Boys’ 30th Anniversary Screening!

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Written by: Taylor Salan
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Street Food Cinema is a wholly unique concept. Conceived by husband and wife team of Steve Allison & Heather Hope-Allison, their brilliant idea to take the outdoor movie experience into fully inclusive night out incorporates a variety of eclectic food trucks, live entertainment before the movie and cool interactive experiences to massive audience appeal in three major markets: Los Angeles, San Diego and Phoenix.

On September 30th, Street Food Cinema will host a special overnight screening of ‘The Lost Boys‘ for it’s 30th anniversary. The event will be hosted by the King Gillette Ranch in Malibu, CA, where guests of the event will be able to camp with the vampires. After the screening, guests will partake in a variety of activities that include: vampire training, karaoke, and 80’s music videos celebration, among many others. In the morning, you’ll be treated to breakfast before having to head back to the real world. You can find tickets for the event here.

Launched in 2012, Street Food Cinema brings together the best in classic cinema, gourmet street food and progressive new music to create the ultimate outdoor movie experience. Street Food Cinema reinvents the traditional movie going experience – “al fresco” style. Every element is specially curated to develop a unique atmosphere that enhances the moviegoing experience.

Although this season of movies has been one of their best, the rest of their fall fall line-up is sure to please cinephiles of all types. Here’s the full schedule of movies that are being shown in the Los Angeles area. For the schedules of shows in the San Diego and Pheonix areas, you can click here and here. As of 2017, Street Food Cinema has become the largest outdoor movie series in Los Angeles with over 50 events throughout 14 locations from Pasadena to the Pacific Palisades.

Just this year alone, Street Food Cinema has managed to screen such classics as ‘Aladdin‘, ‘Back to The Future‘, ‘Clueless‘, ‘Toy Story‘, ‘Purple Rain‘, ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark‘, ‘Fight Club‘, ‘Grease‘, ‘Boogie Nights‘, and ‘Dirty Dancing‘. In conjunction with this, they have also managed many modern classics into their 2017 line-up such as ‘Deadpool‘, ‘Pitch Perfect‘, ‘La La Land‘, and ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens‘, among others. Basically, it’s any cinephile’s wet dream.

About the Author

Taylor Salan
Taylor Salan
Taylor Salan is a independent filmmaker who currently resides in the San Fernando Valley. Since childhood, Taylor Salan had a fascination with movies. Although he was an avid fan of film as a child, it wasn’t until his years as a young adult that his passion for the art of filmmaking truly came to fruition. A current student of the film production program at California State University Northridge, Taylor studies Cinematography but ultimately has plans to direct full time if afforded the opportunity. In his spare time, Taylor produces audio podcasts and blogs about film for ageofthenerd.com. He is also a longtime musician, playing drums for over 8 years.



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