Humor Meets Horror At Arcade Comedy Theater’s Halloween Weekend

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People love a good scare on Halloween, but a few laughs wouldn’t hurt either. This October, fear takes a backseat at Arcade Comedy Theater, where zombies, witches, and ghosts meet some local comedians for a weekend of horror movie-related fun.

Oct. 24th

B-Movie Bash Ink & Paint Club

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Join local comedy duo Ink & Paint Club as they heckle the locally produced 2001 film Children of the Living Dead. The unofficial sequel to George Romero‘s Night of the Living Dead follows a young businessman who arrives in a rural Pennsylvania town to fulfill his father’s wishes of developing an old cemetery. When he tries to relocate the bodies, however, his actions awaken an evil presence that, 14 years earlier, had unleashed a zombie army on the local populace. Before long, the undead rise once again to terrorize the countryside and feast on the living. The film is noteworthy for featuring Tom Savini in a small, but unforgettable role as a trigger-happy zombie hunter. For a taste of all the riff-worthy goodness to come, see the clip below:

The show begins at 10 p.m. Admission is a $5 donation at the box office.

Oct. 25th and 26th

Ghostbusters Live Read

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Arcade continues its Live Read series with Ghostbusters, performed on stage by local comics, actors, and celebrities. Directed by Chris Preksta of Pittsburgh Dad.

Both shows begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are available for purchase at Brown Paper Tickets

Oct. 25th

B-Movie BashFrankly Scarlett

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Comedy troupe Frankly Scarlett casts a humorous spell over the ’90s supernatural fantasy film The Craft. Stars Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell, and Rachel True play a group of teen outcasts who use witchcraft to take revenge on their tormenters. But when their magic has dire consequences, the coven falls apart as the young witches begin to turn on one another.

The show begins at 10 p.m. Admission is a $5 donation at the box office.

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