Friday, October 28
639 Commercial Dr.
2 hrs 25 min
Kick off Halloween weekend with a screening of this cult classic movie & some spectacular spooky drag, with all proceeds in support of the Out In Schools program and Vancouver Queer Film Festival! This event is 19+ only.
Jennifer’s Body (2009)
When a demon takes possession of her, high-school hottie Jennifer (Megan Fox) turns a hungry eye on guys who never stood a chance with her before. While evil Jennifer satisfies her appetite for human flesh with the school’s male population, her nerdy friend, Needy (Amanda Seyfried), learns what’s happening and vows to put an end to the carnage. Watch the trailer.
- persephone estradiol
- Maiden China
Tickets to attend this event are FREE with a suggested donation of $30-50 per person. Any amount you are able to contribute goes to supporting the Out In Schools program and Vancouver Queer Film Festival which work to spread 2SLGBTQIA+ education and stories through film across the province.
Doors open at 6PM. Show starts at 7PM.
Total event runtime: 2hrs 25min
This event is 19+.
- The film will be screened with closed captions, and live speaking portions will be either auto-captioned on screen or be accompanied by live ASL interpretation.
- 4 wheelchair seats with companion seating available
- Front entrance is at street-level
- Elevator up to washrooms and balcony
- 2 gender-inclusive washrooms and 1 universal washroom
- Hearing assist devices available from Box Office with exchange of photo ID
- Jennifer’s Body is rated 14A by Consumer Protection BC for depictions of fighting, stabbing, impalement, mutilation and burning, and a sexually suggestive scene. Out On Screen additionally advises that this film contains racist and ableist language, including multiple uses of the R-word.
- The live performances by persephone estradiol and Maiden China may include nudity, fake blood, gore, and a generally good time.
Note on Costumes
Costumes are very much encouraged! However, please make sure that your costume does not portray a stereotyped image of a culture or group of people (aka cultural appropriation). This includes but is not limited to things like appropriated ceremonial regalia and cultural hairstyles (dreadlocks, afros, etc.). In addition, please avoid costumes that may be offensive or triggering to any racial, ethnic or religious group, or people with disabilities or illnesses.
We believe in your unlimited creativity, and we want to host spaces where everyone feels as safe and supported as possible. If you’re unsure if your costume crosses these lines, please get in touch with us and we’d be happy to provide some guidance. We reserve the right to deny entry to people who violate these boundaries.
Event poster by Zion Greene-Bull.