Beyond The Amityville Horror —Why Supernatural Horror Still Haunts Us
Portland State University Film professor Drew Beard delves into the philosophy, history and draw of the horror genre discussing why we continue to obsess over things that terrify us and how horror films can stand in for real world fears.
2 pm. Sat., Oct. 25, Redmond Library AND Sun., Oct. 26, Downtown Bend Library.
LGBT Stars and Rainbows present the film Free Fall, about the challenges of truly falling in love. A young police officer with a baby on the way and a beautiful wife meets a fellow policeman that makes him question his happy life.
7 pm. Mon., Oct. 27, Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $5.
The Source's free movies return! In celebration of Halloween, we invite you to drink Worthy Beer and get your hair trimmed by the ladies of Bishop's Bend. Ok—we know—Edward Scissorhands is technically a Christmas movie. But it's pretty scary, too. And to kick off our Holiday Movie Bonanza we thought we would pack in as many holidays as possible.
UPCOMING: Thanksgiving: 11/19—A curated cornucopia of '90s Thanksgiving-themed TV episodes! Including: "Friends": "The One with All the Thanksgivings," "Seinfeld:" "The Mom and Pop Store," and more! Christmas: 12/17—Die Hard a Yippee Ki Yay Christmas to all!
7 pm. Wed., Oct. 29. Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave. Free.
A recent enthusiasm has resurfaced for Stanley Kubrick's classic horror story of the Overlook hotel in films like Room 237, a documentary about the deeper meanings of the film. Relive the 1980 classic, The Shining, about supernatural presences and descents into madness.
6 pm. Wed., Oct. 29. Tin Pan Theater, 869 NW Tin Pan Alley. Free.