Would You Attend a Die Hard Quadrilogy in Theaters?

May 26, 2007

Die Hard Quadrilogy

We're still just a little over four weeks until Live Free or Die Hard hits theaters around the nation, but we're doing some early prep work on an event we're putting together.

Without diving into the details, the basic premise is this: in similar fashion to "Trilogy Tuesday" for Lord of the Rings: Return of the King back in 2003, we'd present all four Die Hard movies back-to-back in a movie theater, with the last and newest Die Hard 4.0 (aka Live Free or Die Hard) firing up at about midnight. It's a quadrilogy that would run in entirety over one evening, and we want to know if you'd be interested in attending something like this?

Even if you're not from Colorado but would be interested, leave a comment or send us an e-mail. We want to know if you would actually attend this in theatres and dedicate roughly 11 hours to watching John McClane beat up and blow up just about everything and everyone. What do you think? Would you attend a Die Hard quadrilogy?

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  • Although I've been a Die Hard-fan since childhood, I didn't get to see the first two installments in the theatre due to age restrictions. So if someone offers me a chance to watch them on a big screen I'd take it for sure. I'd be a sucker not to. Yippie-ka-yee motherfuckers!
  • Hell yes I would be interested... if the theater was anywhere near me.
  • culley
    I havent actually seen any of the die hard films wich really bugs me cause i've always wanted to but just havent got around to it so if a cinema was showing all four in a row I would definately go see them.
  • Heckle
    I'd be there. Although we had better have some intermissions. I would so have to pee.
  • This sounds like a great idea. I would be there if there was a theatre that had this going on in my town.
  • Sweet lord! That would be the event of a life time for someone like me, who is a gigantic fan of the series. I only got to see the last one in theaters back in '95, so this would be simply fantastic! I'm from NH, nowhere near CO, but i still support this whole-heartedly!




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