Kaidan Project: review on the way

Just returned home from an encounter with kitsune - a vengeful, nine-tailed fox spirit bedeviling Kana Mori, the missing owner of Mori Storage in mid-city Los Angeles. Which is to say, we've had the opportunity to enjoy what is probably the best post-Halloween scare show available in Los Angeles at the moment, Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin. We'll be back with a full-length review soon, but in the meantime we want to recommend that you grab tickets as fast as you can. The immersive theatrical production - imagine Delusion inspired by traditional Japanese ghost stories instead of Hollywood horror movies - recently had its run extended through November 19, but shows are selling out. Tickets run $65 to $75, but considering what you get for the money, they're a bargain.

Steve Biodrowski, Administrator

A graduate of USC film school, Steve Biodrowski has worked as a film critic, journalist, and editor at Movieline, Premiere, Le Cinephage, The Dark Side., Cinefantastique magazine, Fandom.com, and Cinescape Online. He is currently Managing Editor of Cinefantastique Online and owner-operator of Hollywood Gothique.