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Horror Remix Hosts Free Screening of Road Rash at FilmBar in Phoenix

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If you're looking to turn your holiday cheer into a little holiday fear, look no further than FilmBar's free screening of the murder mash-up that is Road Rash.

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Present by Horror Remix, Road Rash is a cinematic slice and dice of killer scenes from obscure horror films including Nightmare Beach (1988) and Mad Foxes (1982).

In this action-packed anthology, the cult classic connoisseurs at Horror Remix have sifted through the never-ending chase scenes and nonsensical dialogue so that movie-going thrill-seekers can enjoy only the best of bikini-clad babes, biker madness, and hilariously bad dubbing.

FilmBar's one-night-only free screening of Horror Remix's Road Rash starts at 10 p.m. Thursday, December 5. For more details, visit www.thefilmbarphx.com.

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