Two horror classics are getting nationwide re-releases this week.
George A. Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" and John Carpenter's "Halloween."
"Night of the Living Dead" will play (and be ridiculed) at 7 Thursday night at three local theaters, Marcus Twin Creek Cinema, Marcus Village Pointe Cinema and AMC Oakview Plaza 24. The movie is actually a RiffTrax Live event, which means the stars of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" will give live commentary during the movie. If you don't mind people making fun of the movie while you're watching it, these are pretty great events.
More showtime info for "Night of the Living Dead" here.
"Halloween" will play on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Oct. 31 at Marcus Twin Creek Cinema and Marcus Village Pointe Cinema. "Halloween" celebrated its 35th anniversary this year. And, of course, it's one of the greatest movies ever made, and you should see it in theaters for once in your life, right?
More showtime info for "Halloween" here.