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Tuesday, June 6th, 2006
1:59 pm
[xiceninex]
Prison of the Psychotic Damned Movie Premier - CHANGE
The Prison of the Psychotic Damned Movie Premier has changed. It is now a 17 years old + event. Tell your friends!

http://www.buffalocentralterminal.org
Monday, June 5th, 2006
2:25 pm
[xiceninex]
Horror Movie Screening at Buffalo Central Terminal
On June 23rd at 6pm EST, Red Scream Films LLC, in association with The Central Terminal Restoration Corporation, Buffalo Nickel Productions, Sound Video Solutions, Fright World and The Voodoo Dollies will present a sneak peek screening of the feature film Prison of the Psychotic Damned to Benefit the Buffalo Central Terminal restoration efforts.

Prison of the Psychotic Damned is the first feature film by Buffalo based production company Red Scream Films LLC. This suspense-horror film is about five ghost hunters who come to the Terminal to investigate whether or not it really deserves its reputation as one of the most haunted places in the world. When the sun sets they find the terrifying answer.

Prison of the Psychotic Damned was shot on location in the Western New York area with the majority of the film shot inside the Buffalo Central Train Terminal. The film was directed and edited by D.W. Kann from a screenplay by Red Scream Films LLC CEO David R Williams who also produced. Plans call for several of the film’s cast, including stars Melantha Blackthorne and Demona Bast, to attend. They will answer questions about the film and sign autographs.

“This will be a unique film experience,” said Williams, “The audience will not only be the first audience to get to see this film outside a small group of production people, but they will also get the opportunity to watch the film where it was shot.”

Built in 1929, the Central Terminal is a massive art deco masterpiece that time, weather, uncaring owners, and vandals have not been kind to.

“The purpose of this event is not to promote our film,” said Williams, “The purpose is to help restore the Buffalo Central Terminal. We were shooting here for a full nine days and everybody, cast and crew alike, fell in love with the place and by the end of the shoot, nobody wanted to leave. This is our way of giving something back and hopefully generating publicity for the terminal and the efforts of the CTRC to save it.”

Digital Projection equipment is being provided by Sound Video Solutions. punk girl-band The Voodoo Dollies will perform the opening credits song “Suffer Cake” as well as several other numbers. Special BCT copies of the film will be available for purchase.

Where: THE BUFFALO CENTRAL TERMINAL!
Date and Time: June 23rd, 2006…Doors open at 6pm.
Digital Production Services by Sound Video Solutions.
Tickets: $5 at the door.
The Buffalo Central Train Terminal is Located at 495 Paderewski Drive in Buffalo, NY.

WARNING! Prison of the Psychotic Damned has not been rated. It features nudity, violence, gore fx and scenes of extreme terror. No one under 21 admitted.
Monday, October 10th, 2005
9:14 pm
[fakeplasticjon]
so. what's happening folks?
Tuesday, April 12th, 2005
3:39 pm
[kgb]
So this weather is fantastic and if you don't agree you're probably not in this community.. because you're an idiot. I'm thinking about going to every Bison's game possible.. starting next week hopefully. And seeing as I personally know most of the members here, call me if you're interested in coming along.
Saturday, March 5th, 2005
11:59 am
[baseballchica03]
*waves* Hi! New here...

colorbar thingie?Collapse )

So, I guess not technically a colorbar... But thought I'd share. x-posted to buffalo_dorks and wny_politics and buffalo_ny
Saturday, February 5th, 2005
5:43 pm
[kgb]
sup killas?
Thursday, February 3rd, 2005
4:15 pm
[s1ightlysublime]
hey whats up fellas? im nick, 22, and from boston/hamburg. just sayin whats up. show me some love.
Tuesday, January 11th, 2005
4:55 am
[plastercaster]
HUMAN CHESS INVITATION
my birthday is friday, february 11th. I'll be turning 23. All I want for my birthday is for all of my friends to get together and play a game of human chess. I've already called being a rook. So if you're interested and will be in the buffalo area on february 11th, comment here or email me with your preferred color/position.

I still need:

2 players (the people controlling the pieces)
16 pawns
4 bishops
4 knights
3 rooks
2 kings
1 queen
Wednesday, January 5th, 2005
11:37 pm
[fakeplasticjon]
hey! this thing is still here.
Wednesday, December 8th, 2004
4:12 am
[kgb]
how about this wind, eh?
Monday, November 29th, 2004
6:43 am
[fakeplasticjon]
i love how for people who don't care at all, you people sure are obsessed with this thing. someone wiser than me once said that people who worry too much about other peoples' lives don't have much of one of their own.
Wednesday, November 24th, 2004
7:43 am
[fakeplasticjon]
Debut!
Greetings! this is entry number one in what will soon become the penultimate livejournal community, especially for people in the greater western new york region. We run a tight ship around these parts, only adding people worthy of being added. but to make this a success, the word must be spread. tell the cool people you know about it. but please, do not waste the time of the rest of us or the uncool. let's keep this place nice. once you're in, it's your civic duty to keep it clean around here. no promoting of bands or anything of the sort. if people wanted to see your shitty band, they would without fifty e-flyers hogging up valuable screen space. and strangers don't give two shits about your band, either. this community is just people who are tired of their lame friends and would like new friends. awesome ones. we all have the friends who are just there and would rather replace them with people we like. so here is your chance. and with that, the first entry is in the books. keep up with the entries and this can flourish.
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