Ghost Adventures meets The G-string Horror!

The Ghost Adventures Travel Channel TV show did a paranormal investigation of the Market Street Cinema back in December, which involved several cast members from The G-string Horror, either as witnesses to or reenactors of strange occurrences in the theater. The premiere air date of the episode, entitled “Market Street Cinema” is Friday, March 1 at 9PM on the Travel Channel (Comcast), followed by repeat showings at 12AM March 2, 8PM March 8 and 3AM March 9, also on the Travel Channel (Comcast).


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Ghost Adventures meets The G-string Horror!

In December, 2012, the Ghost Adventures TV show did a paranormal investigation of the Market Street Cinema in San Francisco, the location where The G-string Horror was shot. Several people who were in The G-string Horror participated in this investigation either as witnesses to paranormal activity or reenactors of reported occurrences. Some of these people talk about that experience in these short videos. The tentative air date of the Ghost Adventures episode is March 1.


SF Informer article

SF IndieFest’s “Another Hole in the Head” film festival rolls out even more local talent in December with films like Charles Webb’s The G-string Horror, a half-documentary shot in the infamous Market Street Cinema…

Most Outrageous!

Couple of mentions about The G-string Horror…

SF Chronicle “96 Hours” section article:

“… perhaps most outrageous is Charles Webb’s “The G-String Horror” (Wednesday at the Roxie), about a horror-film shoot in a haunted strip club.”

Oscar Benjamin’s article:

“This spent a day on the set of director, Charles Webb’s film, “The G-String Horror” and witnessed the disturbing atmosphere that is present in some areas of the strip club known as “The Market Street Cinema.” Webb’s film which has elements of the celebrated films of the late, celebrated director, Jean Cocteau makes it debut at the festival. It should be fascinating to witness the reaction the film will receive in light of the quasi-documentary approach, Webb employed.”