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Reel-ly Scary Cary 

When: Tue., Oct. 23, 6 p.m. 2012
Price: $3

It's that time of year again, when the folks at Koka Booth get with the Halloween spirit and show several nights' worth of movies that are, well, kinda scary. They do start off on Tuesday with a certified bone chiller—Brian De Palma's pig-blood-soaked 1976 adaptation of Stephen King's Carrie. Then, on Wednesday, Oct. 24, they'll show Martin Scorsese's more suspenseful than scary Shutter Island. (Still a great movie, though.) On Thursday, Oct. 25, it's the recently released The Woman in Black. On Friday, Oct. 26, they're going with the 2008 fantasy film The Spiderwick Chronicles. (Huh?) Finally, on Saturday, Oct. 27, perhaps purely for camp purposes, they turn it out with The Rocky Horror Picture Show—because we're pretty sure it's the law now. Hey, it's still movies under the stars. Happy Halloween—and "boo," or whatever. Gates open at 6; all screenings start at dusk. Tickets are $3 (kids under 12 get in free). —Craig D. Lindsey

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