BUCKINGHAM TERROR presents “Projections of Fear: Films of Fright” The Hermes Theater was the very first of its kind when it opened in 1937; a palace of cinematic pleasures, featuring indoor viewing rooms and drive-in screens. For years, she was the beating heart of Lethe, Maine - until a grisly accident scarred her insides and closed her doors. Mildewing and decaying, the Hermes sat barren for over fifty years. Until now. This once-great theater is ready to welcome a whole new generation into her shadowy halls. Strange noises and mysterious figures lurking about have not stalled the proceedings, and the re-opening is fast approaching. Patrons will experience the terrifying delights of Escape from Dollcatraz, Wasteland: The Reckoning, Blood Moon: Costin’s Curse, and more as the films leap off the screens and into their nightmares. Those brave enough to face the opening night crowds are in for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and possibly their last. Grab your tickets, and don’t forget the popcorn; the Hermes Theater’s special shriek preview is about to begin. Buckingham Terror is located at the Camp Fire Program Center at 2600 Buckingham Ave, Lakeland, FL 33803 and will be opening nightly at 7:30 pm from October 18th through November 1st. That is fifteen (15) nights of TERROR!