A Halloween Horror Spectacular is coming to the Community Arts Center on October 30. James Whale’s classic The Bride of Frankenstein will be screened during a special one-night-only event featuring an appearance and presentation by Sara Karloff, daughter of the Monster himself: the late, great Boris Karloff. Academy Award-winner Tom Woodruff, Jr. will also be on hand to talk about our cultural fascination with the unknown and give insight into special effects and creature design.
Considered among the earliest psychological horror films, The Bride of Frankenstein examines what it means to be human, and blurs the line between the monstrous and the divine. One of the first horror sequels in Hollywood history, 1935’s “Bride” serves a dual role as both a chilling monster movie and a transgressive allegorical exploration of gender stereotypes and sexuality in pre-war America. Iconic director James Whale’s Bride is widely regarded as one of the best horror films of all time, and its cultural impact can still be felt 90 years later.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see an incredible horror classic projected on the big screen, just as it would have been in 1935!
BAG POLICY effective July 1, 2023 we have updated our bag policy across all events. Small clutch purses & wallets (6.5″ x 4.5” x 1”), clear totes, or (1) one-gallon, zip-close style plastic bag may be carried into the venue. All other bags are prohibited. For more details please visit our FAQs page.
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