By Paris Spence-Lang
Halloween at The Rio – Oct. 31
Couldn’t find the sexy Swamp-Thing costume you were looking for? Skip the clubs and haunt the Rio’s Halloween triple-bill instead. Start off by jamming to Harry Belafonte with Beetlejuice. Next, the power of Christ will likely compel you to watch one of the scariest movies of all time, The Exorcist. Chase off the chills by finishing with the light-hearted Rocky Horror Picture Show: Halloween Edition. It’s the perfect excuse to dress up as an alien transvestite.
Everyone’s on the lookout for the next big horror flick, and what could be scarier than Being 17? But this highly acclaimed movie is far from the shits how your Shins-year was, following two warring teens who are forced to live with each other—and with their complicated desires. (October 7)
In the realm of uncomplicated desires, Inferno sees Robert Langdon once again wanting to unravel a mystery—until he wakes up with amnesia. The desires are uncomplicated further when his doctor turns out to be an attractive, intelligent, single woman. (October 13)
But Langdon’s troubles with the church can’t hold a crucible to the fraternal feuders of Oasis. Supersonic is a documentary from the Academy Award-winning producers of Amy and weaves concert footage with candid interviews in what could be the biggest sibling rivalry since Cleopatra and Ptolemy (October 26).BC, Beetlejuice, Being 17, British Columbia, Halloween at the Rio, Inferno, Rio Theatre, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Supersonic, The Exorcist