This Devil's Night, why not take in some creepy (and alternately campy) cinematic delights?
The Nook on Robinson
is putting on a "Spooky Nooky
" movie night in their back parking lot, programmed by Joshua Martin of Uncomfortable Brunch
and Cartoons & Cereal infamy, on the night before Halloween.
The fare on offer is a serving of retro Halloween commercials, Boris Karloff's definitive take on Frankenstein
, Elvira’s Halloween Special
as it aired in 1986 on MTV (I'm fanning myself), and, naturally, Bride of Frankenstein.
Movie night in the Nook's parking lot
happens on Friday, Oct. 30, at 6:30 p.m.
The event will be socially distanced, according to the organizers. Consider it a drive-in, just without the cars. The event will be free, but feel free to tip Martin.
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