Here's your chance to catch a double-header of 1960s horror on Sat., Jan. 19, albeit in the not-so-scary setting of the Crowne Plaza hotel.
The films, presented by Horror Realm, include:
Dark Intruder (1965): In 19th-century San Francisco, a disfigured wizard conjures a demon to help him transfer his soul into the body of his better-looking twin brother. Leslie Nielsen, Peter Mark Richman and Werner Klemperer star.
Psycho-Circus a.k.a. Circus of Fear (1966): A gang hides out in a circus. A lot of people are killed by thrown knives. Christopher Lee, Klaus Kinski and Suzy Kendall star.
The program starts at 8 p.m., in the Washington Room. $5 ticket includes popcorn, while supplies last. There's a nearby cash bar.
The Crowne Plaza is at 164 Fort Couch Road, in Bethel Park, across from the South Hills Village shopping center. More info at www.horrorrealm.com.
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