It’s going to be a truly unique experience.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
Global Amusements’ “The G-string Horror *Demon Cut*” premieres this Thursday, December 19 at 7 p.m. at the New People Cinema in San Francisco during the Another Hole in the Head annual indie, genre film festival. The horror continues after the screening with a party at the Penthouse Club.
*Demon Cut* is the disturbing and outrageous follow-up to the original G-string Horror, in which the phantasm of a murdered stripper possesses an actress in a savage attempt to escape the prison of the decaying Market Street Cinema during the production of a horror film at the 100-year-old theater. *Demon Cut* is the result of the disrupted Market Street Cinema shadow beings and shape shifters storming the editing suite, taking the movie into their own hands.
“It’s fantastic and bizarre,” said Charles Webb of Global Amusements. “It runs backwards and forwards at the same time, but the best part is you get to watch the demons watch you as you watch their movie. It’s going to be a truly unique experience.”
The screening begins at 7 p.m. at New People Cinema, located at 1746 Post St. in San Francisco. For tickets to this world premiere and complete festival listings, visit http://anotherholeinthehead.festivalgenius.com/2013/films/demoncut_charleswebb_anotherholeinthehead2013.
The closing night party at Penthouse Club begins at 9 p.m. Penthouse Club is located at 412 Broadway Ave., North Beach, San Francisco.
For more information about The G-string Horror, visit http://www.g-stringhorror.com.
For more information about Penthouse Club & Restaurant in San Francisco, visit penthousesf.com or call (415) 391-2800.
About Penthouse Club & Restaurant San Francisco
The Penthouse Club & Restaurant has taken upscale adult nightlife in San Francisco to an entirely new level. Featuring the top exotic dancers from around the country, the 15,000 square foot San Francisco strip club combines the best in adult entertainment with some of the finest dining in the city.
The Penthouse Club & Restaurant’s distinctive design features include a massive 20-foot tall video wall, LED light curtains, gigantic, see-through champagne display cabinet, video-embedded cocktail tables, intimate private dining booths, and a refrigerated and illuminated ice rail built into the main bar to keep guests’ drinks cold.
Located at 412 Broadway Avenue, the Penthouse Club & Restaurant in San Francisco is independently owned and operated, and is open 7 days a week. Bottle service and dinner reservations can be made at penthousesf.com, on Open Table, or just call (415) 391-2800.