John Carpenter's "Halloween" Tonight @ Enzian 8:30, Free

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We're in the homestretch now, with only 5 days left until Halloween, so you might as well get into the spirit.

What better way to do it than sitting out on the Enzian's lawn, watching Jamie Lee Curtis screech at the top of her lungs?

John Carpenter's Halloween is largely responsible for the resurgence of the horror genre and the boom times it had in the late 70s and 80s.

A deranged young man returns to his hometown with murderous intent after fifteen years in an asylum.  Is he just a murder obsessed maniac, or possibly a vessel for absolute evil?

Grab a beer (or two) and some munchies at Eden Bar and enjoy a FREE outdoor movie on the lawn at Enzian. Come thirsty for Jell-o shot movie trivia during the show – answer a question correctly and you get to pop back a shot!  Also featuring a special evening happy hour from 7PM -11PM, this night of great drinks and fun flicks is best enjoyed under the stars with your buddies by your side.

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The screening begins at 8:30 PM.

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