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Cinespia Presents 'The Ring' Haunting Los Angeles State Historic Park October 20th

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Prepare to immerse yourself in a world where the boundary between the living and the dead blurs, and terror takes center stage.

On Friday, October 20th, Cinespia Presents a night that will linger in your nightmares. With Gates opening at 5:45 pm and the movie starting at 7:15 pm, you'll want to arrive early to stake your claim on a prime spot for this hair-raising cinematic journey.

Directed by the master of horror, Gore Verbinski, "The Ring" is a spine-tingling masterpiece that will have you gripping the edge of your picnic blanket. Naomi Watts delivers a heart-stopping performance as a fearless journalist who stumbles upon a malevolent VHS tape. This is no ordinary recording; it's viral, it's deadly, and it's coming for you. She has just 10 days to uncover the sinister truth or face a fate worse than death. Who says there's nothing good on TV? Well, prepare to be proven wrong in the most terrifying way.

Los Angeles State Historic Park sets the stage for this ghastly spectacle, with the downtown skyline as your unsettling backdrop. Don't be caught unprepared for the chilling evening ahead; bring your layers to keep warm, and consider a tarp lining for your picnic blanket, as the grass can get eerily damp. Pillows and cushions are a must for maximum viewing comfort.

But fear not! Cinespia has planned DJ sets to bring the spooky season to life, keeping you engrossed in the ominous atmosphere. And for those who need a little liquid courage to face the supernatural terrors onscreen, a Full Bar will be on hand to add a bit of color to those pale, scared faces.

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Trick or treat your taste buds at the Concessions stand, where you'll find a delectable selection of movie night snacks, from popcorn to candy, and an assortment of bottled drinks. Just remember, outside alcohol is forbidden in LA State Historic Park, but fear not, for we shall have the necessary libations available onsite.

Dogs are welcome, but they must be on a leash, ensuring that no spirits will be disturbed during the screening. For parking, there's onsite parking available for purchase. However, if you're feeling particularly brave, there's also limited free street parking in the vicinity. Public transportation is another option, with the Red Line Chinatown stop just a short, eerie walk away.

Restrooms will be available for your convenience, with enhanced cleanings before, during, and after the event. Please practice social distancing while waiting in line for your sinister pit stop, as we wouldn't want to anger any restless spirits lurking in the park.

If you require closed captioning, we recommend using Subtitles Viewer! on Apple devices or SubtitlePlayer on Android, ensuring that you remain fully immersed in the ghastly narrative while accommodating your viewing needs.

Image courtesy of Dreamworks

Get your tickets now at Ticket Link and prepare for a spine-chilling cinematic experience you won't soon forget. This is your chance to witness "The Ring" in all its terrifying glory at Los Angeles State Historic Park, an event that will haunt your dreams long after the credits roll. "The Ring" is rated PG-13, but be warned, there are no refunds.


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