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63 Star Starred
Imperial House Restaurant
505 Kalmia St. San Diego, CA 92101
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8 events
2 reviews
0 stars
Right by Balboa park, which is nice if you want to go for a walk beforehand
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9 events
3 reviews
8 stars
Parking was $5. Was not expecting that. Don't forget tip money
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"Night of the Laughing Dead!. . . .We're Dying to Cast You"
51 ratings
4.0 average rating
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Joi Vogel
39 events
11 reviews
10 stars
attended Feb 12 2010

have seen 5-6 events at this venu, usually love the show, this one was not near as good, food was great as always, staff very courteous, no difficulty with using goldstar

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20 events
7 reviews
9 stars
attended Feb 12 2010

On a scale of 1-10, I'd give it a five. The actors were wonderful, talented and people friendly. But the script writers should be fired. I spent more time wincing than laughing. And it went on too long; I was eager to get out of there. It's...continued

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11 events
1 review
2 stars
attended Feb 12 2010

The show was good, but the food was awful. We started with luke warm minestrone that definitely came from a can labeled "Campbells." Wire baskets of prepackaged bread sticks. The salad was canned black olives, tasteless beefsteak tomatoes, and...continued

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Invitation to customers:

You are invited to become a movie star in the most historical (and hysterical) event in film history! The wildly popular and eccentric director, Zigfree Von Schtubble will team up with Madame Jetais, the beautiful but creepy choreographer, famous for creating The Peewee Herman Dance. (Don’t worry, her seizures will in no way harm the actors on this project — unlike her last film.) The two will assemble an all-star cast of wannabes, has beens, and almost-never-weres for a chilling and suspenseful tale of lust and betrayal, zombies and werewolves, and a few killer potatoes! Why is this such a groundbreaking film? It marks the first-ever Live Broadcast of a full-length horror film! Movie theaters worldwide, or at least in Oceanside and Chula Vista, will simultaneously broadcast Lenny Moskowitz’ Werewolves and Zombies and Potatoes, Oh My! Actors, singers, dancers, and crew members are all needed, so come to the exclusive audition in star-studded Hollywood! (well, Hollywood Video on El Cajon Boulevard, that is) Be ready to strut your stuff, or just laugh at everyone else who does!

Written by James Pascarella and Victoria Velasco and Directed by Victoria Velasco