Uncomfortable Brunch serves up French horror film 'Raw' alongside delectable entrees and finger food

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For their spooky season selection, Uncomfortable Brunch revisits one of last year’s best. Raw is a French horror film about Justine (Garance Marillier), a vegetarian student who is coerced into eating meat as part of an initiation ceremony. She finds she not only has a taste for it, but develops uncontrollable cravings for fresh, raw meat. Though the premise is undeniably of the horror genre, Raw feels more like a Western European arthouse drama due to its focus on character instead of gory shocks. Still, there are definitely some scenes you’re going to want to have finished your meal before seeing. Just, uh ... try the vegetarian option for once, huh?

1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7 | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | facebook.com/uncomfortablebrunch | $10-$12



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