Hey, Chicago, We’ve Got Exclusive Tickets to See ‘Longlegs’ Early on June 27th

Hey, Chicago, We’ve Got Exclusive Tickets to See ‘Longlegs’ Early on June 27th


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Bloody Disgusting is beyond thrilled to give their Midwestern fans a very early chance to see Neon’s acclaimed new horror film Longlegs!

Join us on Thursday, June 27th at 9:45 PM for an exclusive screening at Chicago’s historic Music Box Theatre (3733 N Southport Ave). This is one of the hottest tickets of the summer, so plan to arrive early as seats aren’t guaranteed. This is first come, first serve.

Longlegs is one the genre’s most exciting titles of 2024 — and the hype is very real. Bloody Disgusting‘s Meagan Navarro raved in her 4.5/5 star review that it “gets under your skin and festers like a nightmare” with Nicolas Cage delivering his “most unsettling performance yet.”


Longlegs arrives in theaters July 12.

The upcoming serial killer horror movie marks the return of director Osgood Perkins (The Blackcoat’s Daughter, Gretel & Hansel). Nicolas Cage stars alongside Maika Monroe, with Monroe playing an FBI agent and Cage playing a serial killer.

In the film, “FBI Agent Lee Harker (Monroe) is a gifted new recruit assigned to the unsolved case of an elusive serial killer (Cage). As the case takes complex turns, unearthing evidence of the occult, Harker discovers a personal connection to the merciless killer and must race against time to stop him before he claims the lives of another innocent family.

The film is rated “R” for “Bloody violence, disturbing images and some language.”

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