Halloween madness is here, and The ND has a double feature of class Halloween movies. Part of their Free Film Tuesdays, The ND brings you crazy teenage girls with an interest in witchcraft (The Craft) and bloodthirsty zombies (Night of the Living Dead).
Free and Queer presents The Craft at 8 p.m. with a free screening and free Shiner Bock for the first 20 people to attend, courtesy of Bird’s Barbershop. Then soon after, stick around for a free screening of Night of the Living Dead at 9:30 p.m. All ages are welcome and able to attend, but beverages are sold to those of age. The movies are appropriate for those who are able to handle backstabbing teenagers playing with witchcraft and zombies thirsting for brains.
The Craft is about an out casted group of girls who are rumored to be witches. New girl, Sarah (Robin Tunney), who mysteriously has powers of her own, befriends the group of “witches” making herself an outcast. But when the popular boy at school notices her things take a turn when he spreads false rumors. He messed with the wrong girls, or in their case witches.
Night of the Living Dead (1968 version) is literally about a night with the living dead. When siblings visit their father’s tombstone they are soon discovered by zombies. The only sibling to get away is Barbara (Judith O’Dea) who stumbles upon the very living Cooper family. The eerie graveyard is full of hungry brain-eating zombies hunting down the living and no one knows what to do.
The ND is located at 501 Brushy St., next to the IH-35 frontage road. The building is located on the corner of the road. Doors open at 7 p.m. For more information, check out ND’s website.