Creature From the Black Lagoon: Outdoor Cinema



Laurel Hill East

This atomic-age sci-fi horror and allegory of colonialism stars Gill-Man, a human-fish hybrid being who defends his Amazon River habitat while being hunted by a team of invading marine biologists.

The film screening will take place outdoors; please BYO blankets or lawn chairs.

This event is part of the Outdoor Cinema Series at Laurel Hill East, co-presented with the Philadelphia Film Society.

Rain Date: June 10


  • $15 General Admission
  • $13 Seniors & Students with ID
  • $10 Members (Friends of Laurel Hill and/or Philadelphia Film Society)
  • $7.50 Youth
  • $2.00 ACCESS Cardholders


This event will take place at Laurel Hill East. Entrance to the cemetery for this event can only be accessed at the SOUTH GATE, a half-mile South of the Main Entrance on Ridge Avenue.

South Gate:  Ridge Avenue at W. Huntingdon Street (at the traffic light)
GPS coordinates: 39.996751, -75.187799

No vehicles will be permitted into the cemetery.

Due to limited neighborhood parking, guests are encouraged to use Uber/Lyft or public transit (Route 61 bus stops at Ridge Ave. & W. Huntingdon St.).

Limited Free Event Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis at:

The Dell Music Center Lots C & D
2400 Strawberry Mansion Bridge Drive (access the lots from Ridge Avenue)

Street Parking
Along W. Huntingdon Street, N. 33rd & N. 34th Streets, and residential side of Ridge Avenue


Accessibility: Limited accessible parking spaces will be reserved in Lot C at the Dell Music Center; accessible shuttles will be provided from the South gate entrance to the stage; and accessible seating will be reserved. If you have any accommodation requests or other questions about the event, please contact