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A Night of Local Horror 

When: Tue., Oct. 28 2014

MOTORCO MUSIC HALL—Motorco hosts a screening of eight horror shorts, all made by filmmakers in and around the Triangle. Judging from the familiar names peppering this lineup, it looks like the audience will be in creepy, capable hands. Apex horror mistress Christine Parker (Fistful of Brains) will bring the bloodshed in 400 Ways to Kill a Vampire, while Durham filmmaker Todd Tinkham (Southland of the Heart) puts a deathly drag spin on dysfunctional-family drama with What the Frock. The big stars are the team of Durham writer Eryk Pruitt and Raleigh director Christopher G. Moore. They show two films: ravenous favorite Foodie as well as the premiere of Disengaged. Before the screenings, emcees Tracey and Matthew Coppedge will do a red-carpet taping of their Internet program The Lowdown Show. 7 p.m., $5, 723 Rigsbee St., 919-901-0875, www.motorcomusic.com. —Craig D. Lindsey


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