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Boston Theater to Host Free Screening of New Vampire Movie

Dianna Carney

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Looking for a Fang-tastic Time? Join the Free Fan Screening of Renfield in Boston!Photo byUniversal Pictures / Photo Edit by Dianna Carney

(BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS) Universal Pictures is about to unleash a new vampire movie, and fans all over are eagerly waiting for it. Luckily, the wait is almost over because Universal Pictures is hosting a free advance fan screening of the highly anticipated movie, Renfield, starring none other than the legendary Nicholas Cage.

This fan showing is being hosted at a local Boston theater and is sure to be an event that fans won't want to miss, as they'll get to see the movie before anyone else, and for free!

What Is The Movie About?

Renfield is rated R and is set to take viewers on a thrilling journey through a "modern monster tale" that follows Dracula's loyal servant, Renfield. After centuries of servitude under "history's most narcissistic boss, Dracula," Renfield decides to break free from his master and embark on a journey that's sure to captivate audiences everywhere.

More Fangs & Fun!

Fans will also have the opportunity to get in the spirit of the movie by coming dressed in their best vampire costumes! For those who want to take it a step further, complimentary vampire makeup will be available for a limited time. This experience will allow fans to truly immerse themselves in the world of Renfield and get a taste of what it's like to be a vampire.

When Is The Free Fan Screening?

The free fan screening of Renfield will take place at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, located in Brookline, Massachusetts, on Wednesday, April 5th at 7:30pm. This is a must-attend event for movie fans, as it's a rare opportunity to see a movie before its official release, and for free!

To learn more about the free showing and how to reserve your seat, visit the official event page here.

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