Cold Pod Cinema Club Presents Vampire Kiss
- 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm | Saturday February 11, 2023
- Interspace | Ace Hotel Toronto
- 51 Camden St
Cold Pod, Broey Deschanel, and Lucent have teamed up with Ace Hotel Toronto to present a Valentine’s screening of the Nic Cage classic, “Vampire’s Kiss”. Cinephiles and casual movie goers welcome – as well as anyone who will now say they finally know where that meme came from (iykyk).
Screening takes place in Ace Hotel’s beautiful Interspace room, located on the lower floor. The movie commences at 7pm, drinks will be available for purchase, and you can stick around for some mixing and mingling once the movie is over – plus some extra fun later on to keep the night going! Seating is limited so get your tickets ASAP!
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