Thursday, October 27, 2011

Halloween Live Music-Silent Film Spooktacular!

Following the immense success of our previous silent film shows, Brooklyn Heights Cinema is proud to present this fiendish and foolish incarnation of our silent film extravaganza, in which we play live hot jazz to spooky comedy classics from the 1920s. We're even planning to add a dash of theremin (invented in 1920) to give the shows an extra dose of Halloween eeriness!

We're pleased to announce that this event is endorsed by New York 1, New York Times, The Brooklyn Eagle, and many more.

Come get possessed with laughter as we lay down some haunting tunes and sound effects; Buster Keaton tries to escape "The Haunted House" (1921), Stan Laurel terrorizes the town in "Dr. Pyckle & Mr. Pride" (1925), and Harold Lloyd finds that marriage is something terrifying in "Haunted Spooks" (1920).

TWO SHOWS!
Oct. 30th: 5pm
Oct. 31st: 7pm


Brooklyn Heights Cinema
70 Henry St.
Brooklyn Heights
www.brooklynheightscinema.com

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