Virtual Cinema a Go-Go is bringing the gross out gore Friday, October 30, 7 p.m. Start Halloween off early with a zombiethon of cult classics: Carnival of Souls (1962) and Night of the Living Dead (1968).
This event is free; all we need is your name and email address in this web form, and you will get the exclusive log-in information for the event. Instead of our usual giveaway, submit your best Halloween costume photo to Bobbi at email@example.com by Monday, October 26. Your photo submission will get you entered to win a box of KPR swag! KPR Staff will select our favorite entrants, and they will be featured in a slideshow during intermission. So, put your best photo forward!
As many of you know, Carnival of Souls was partially shot in Lawrence, Kan., by filmmakers Herk Harvey and John Clifford. This film follows the story of a woman, who after suffering a car accident, becomes drawn to an abandoned carnival.
Night of the Living Dead is George Romero's classic about seven people besieged in a farm house by an army of walking, flesh-eating corpses. Note to parents - Night of the Living Dead has some pretty gory scenes and is most definitely NOT intended for children. The rest of you are on your own!
This event is free of charge...but we welcome contributions to support Retro Cocktail Hour and all KPR programming by clicking here. If you have any questions, reach out to Bobbi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event requires access to a zoom account. You can download zoom here. When you get to that zoom download page, you will select "Zoom client for meetings." Once you have that downloaded, open the app and create your zoom account - that way you'll be ready to go for the movie Friday, October 30!
Save the date for the next Virtual Cinema Nights on Nov. 20 and Dec. 18.
Thank you to our event sponsor, Dr. Chronister of Healing Smiles of Topeka.