Camelot Theaters will feature an exclusive screening of 2011 horror flick “Vampire Boys.” Immediately after the screening, the theater will have a Q&A with director Charlie Vaughn and actor Christian Ferrer. This Q&A event will take place on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:30 pm. A VIP cocktail reception will take place in the lounge at 6:30 pm.
In “Vampire Boys,” Jasin and his vampire brood's time is running out. In order for them to survive, Jasin needs to find a mortal to turn into a vampire to spend eternity with. Los Angeles provides plenty of young candidates. The brood has their eyes set on Tara, a young, gorgeous blond college student. Tara is open to the idea of becoming a vampire, but someone else enters the picture to disrupt the brood's plans. Caleb, a fresh face college student new to Los Angeles, keeps dreaming of a mysterious stranger. At school, Caleb meets the stranger, Jasin, and they have an instant connection. The problem is that time is short, and Jasin needs to convince Caleb that eternity as a vampire can be a very sweet life.
"Vampire Boys" has a run-time of one hour and ten minutes.
Tickets available at the Camelot box office or at Eventbrite: Tickets
$11 in advance or at Camelot box office, with limited seating