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Horrors, Sing-Alongs and Musical Documentaries: Film Events on Tap in Valley Theaters

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Someone planning film screenings around the Valley has a sense of humor.

In the next couple of weeks, audiences can expect one of the scariest movies of all time, a sing-along, animated Disney classic, and a musical documentary about the Jewish culture of Poland to hit local theaters.

"Beauty and the Beast" will begin showing around the Valley today, to be followed later by "The Exorcist" and "100 Voices: A Journey Home."

Our question is, will anyone be going to all three?

Info on when the shows are happening (most are one night only), where to buy tickets, and participating theaters after the jump...

Note: Events take place in a number of Valley theaters, click the links for ticket availability in a theater near you.

100 Voices: A Journey Home -- September 21 at 7 p.m.
This documentary follows a group of singers that returns to Poland after WWII in search for healing and rebirth as they follow the paths of their fathers. More info here.

Beauty and the Beast -- September 29 at 6:30 p.m. and October 2 at 12 p.m.
Grab the kids (and maybe a set of earplugs) -- after 20 years, Beauty and the Beast is back to the tune of Jordin Sparks, whose voice will be featured in the movie's sing along. Also on screen will be deleted scenes and commentary from producer Don Hahn. More info here.

The Exorcist (Director's Cut) --  September 30 at 7 p.m.
Get ready for never-before-seen footage and interviews with director William Friedkin, writer William Peter Blatty, and actress Linda Blair. The screening also includes a sneak peek into how many of the classic scenes were shot. Click here for more details. 

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