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Please be advised: the Museum will be open on Wednesday, June 19, 12:00–6:00 p.m. for the Juneteenth holiday.

Halloween Weekend

Oct 28 — Oct 30, 2011

To celebrate the scariest time of the year, Moving Image presents a weekend of classic horror movies on the big screen including an 80th anniversary screening of Frankenstein with a personal appearance by Sara Karloff, daughter of Boris Karloff, and a rare behind-the-scenes demonstration by master special-effects makeup artist Mike Marino (Black Swan, Men in Black 3). 

Tickets for “Movie Monsters and More: A Master Class with Special Effects Makeup Artist Mike Marino,” on Sunday, October 30 at 2:30 p.m. are $15 public ($10 for Museum members, free for Silver Screen and Red Carpet Kids members) and include Museum admission. This includes tickets for any screenings on that day (available first-come, first-served; limited seating): Little Shop of Horrors (1986) at 1:00 p.m., Alien at 4:00 p.m., and the anniversary screening of Frankenstein at 7:30 p.m. Sara Karloff will introduce the screening of Frankenstein and will also show a reel of home movies.

Past Events

Two people sit on a bench looking at one another: the man is in a white jacket, the woman is wearing a wolf costume
Two children, the girl with a red ribbon in her hair and a boy with a cap, poke their heads out of a sewer grate
A woman with a yellow and orange parasol lit up by the sun walks down a city street next to a man in a hat; they are smiling and are wearing late nineteenth-century-style clothes
A blonde young woman with braids looks at a man in profile; they are against a green outdoor backdrop
A man gestures aggressively at a woman, who hides her head behind her bag as they sit in public.
A man raises a pistol to something off camera on a city street, smiling
A man in green fatigues lights is about to light a cigarette dangling from his mouth, while a man and woman walk behind him, looking expectantly at him