Join us on Tuesday, October 17 at 6:30 for “Things That Go Bump in the Night: the History and Impact of the Horror Film.” For generations, audiences have thrilled to the suspense, creepiness, and good old-fashioned scares that horror films offer. From vampires and witches to creatures and aliens, from the supernatural to the insane, different horror stories pull from a wide variety of fear factors to make moviegoers’ blood run cold! Come hear about horror cinema’s scariest moments, legendary stars and characters, and behind-the-scenes trivia about the making of classic terror films. All who dare to show up receive a free raffle ticket for cool movie-themed door prizes!
Frank Mandosa hosts talks and programs on a variety of film topics such as slapstick comedy, silent films, directors and actors, and film adaptations. He teaches high school English and co-hosts the Stoughton Media Access Center cable show Reel Life.
Space is limited, sign up required.
This program is funded by the Friends of the Amesbury Public Library.