Halloween Movie Night with the Nine Network and St. Louis Public Radio

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Two films converge in one night of terror at Halloween Movie Night in the Public Media Commons, October 27th at 6:30pm. Join your fellow ghouls outdoors to watch two classic horror films from the ‘60s. The B-movie classic “Carnival of Souls,” where a woman who survives a traumatic drag race accident is drawn to a mysterious abandoned carnival. Then, an axe murderer is on the loose in Francis Ford Coppola‘s 1963 “Dementia 13,” about a vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer, and family secrets.

$10 ticket includes hot dog, chips and a drink. A cash bar will also be available. This event is 21 and older. Please bring chairs for seating at this outdoor event. In the case of inclement weather, this event will move inside.

Event begins at 6:30pm, first movie at 7pm. Costumes are encouraged. Please no masks, weapons, drug paraphernalia, etc.

So get a scary costume and gather your friends to see two creepy classics and have one fun night!

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