Thursday the 12th, the new horror comedy directed by Brad Leo Lyon and starring such names as Marilyn Ghigliotti and Todd Bridges will be coming to the silver screen this summer. (Click Here for Tour Dates) Yet, that's not the only thing making this a special story. The movie is arriving in cinemas by way of the "Also in Theaters" tour, a filmed theatrical road show tour that will take director Lyon across the USA as he promotes the movie and does Q & A sessions after screenings in at least 15 cities.
The entire endeavor will be filmed as part of a TV series also named "Also in Theaters" which will give the world an inside look a version of Hollywood with a lot less red carpet. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, dozens of films were released in theaters every week with the mainstream audiences only being aware of a select view. This series takes a look at some of those other movies as they tour the country with a lot less fan fare and far smaller budgets.
Find out how you can attend a screening of "Thursday the 12th" as part of the Also in Theaters tour.
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From Movieweb - by Jeremy Dick on April 21, 2020
Ahead of her return as Veronica in the upcoming sequel Clerks 3, Clerks star Marilyn Ghigliotti will portray a gypsy in the new comedy movie Thursday the 12th. Aiming for a theatrical release this summer, the movie was originally scheduled to be released in April before theater closures and production delays brought about a change in plans.
From the Daily Sun newspaper - By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR - Feb 4, 2020
While waiting to film his scene at 3:38 a.m., actor Jeremy London looked up from his Stephen King novel “Outsider.” Not ready yet, he takes his sneakers off and sinks back into the murder mystery.
From Lapeer Area View By Krystal Johns June 20, 2013
COLUMBIAVILLE — Filming of Lyon Productions’ thriller Don’t Wait Til Dawn is expected to wrap up at the end of this week.
The Flint-based company has been filming scenes at the William Peter Mansion, as well as other locations in Columbiaville, including Curly’s Lakehouse Grill.
From Flint Journal/Mlive.com By William E. Ketchucm III April 26, 2012
FLINT, MI—Anyone anticipating "Saved By The Bell" starpower at the premier of "Little Creeps" may have been disappointed, but the opening night of the film still had its share of pseudo-celebs and a Hollywood feel.
From Flint Journal/Mlive.com By William E. Ketchucm III April 24, 2012
FLINT, MI—If you're a fan of Saved By The Bell, "Maniac Cop" or professional wrestling, don't forget about Tuesday's debut of "Little Creeps" in Flint.
Flint producer Brad Leo Lyon's campy horror-comedy flick, which tells the story of a fired professor who finds a magical book that opens the gates of hell, stars actors from the aforementioned TV shows and films. Rave Cinemas (Flint West 14), 1591 South Graham, Flint, will host the premier of the film on Wednesday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. A limited amount of tickets are available at Lyon Motion Pictures' web site, or by calling 810.208.LYON (5966).
From Flint Journal/Mlive.com By William E. Ketchum April 11, 2012
FLINT, MI -- Athletes enter competition with plans, but victory is based on adaptation — an experience to which Flint-area filmmaker Brad Leo Lyon can relate.
From DreadCentral.com by by Foywonder
Any horror movie that reunites former “Saved by the Bell” graduates Screech and Lisa Turtle is automatically newsworthy. Toss in Maniac Cop, Joe Estevez, and Eighties pro wrestling superstar Jake “The Snake” Roberts, and you’ve got a serious case of the Little Creeps.
From BloodyDisgusting.com by Brad Miska - August 13, 2012
Directed by Brad Leo Lyon, and starring oe Estevez, Maniac Cop‘s Robert Z’Dar, Dustin Diamond, Lark Voorhies, Brad Leo Lyon, and Aurelian Smith aka Jake the Snake Roberts, comes the indie comedy Little Creeps. We’ve just now landed the film’s official trailer.
From Flint Journal by Sally A York - March 05, 2009
Flushing native Brad Lyon wrote and is producing a movie called "Minor League, a Football Story," which will be filmed exclusively in Genesee County starting in April. Stars include comedian Pauly Shore, actor Robert Miano and rapper Bone Crusher.