Richard Bell, professor of history at the University of Maryland, provides insight to the colonial hysteria that led to the brutal Salem witch hunts.
Kylos Brannon, an assistant professor of communications at American University, introduces audience members to some of Europe's must-watch horror movies.
Denali, star of RuPaul's Drag Race, is serving art this Halloween in D.C. and she's got local friends: Crystal Edge, Druex Sidora, Cake, Crimsyn, and Cristina Doll. Get dressed to […]
Copenhaver discusses his latest novel, a thriller called The Savage Kind, in a panel conversation with Angie Kim and James Han Mattson.
Britt Sankofa, a local filmmaker with a passion for uniting Black history cinema, hosts a three-part showcase of Black vampire films. This 1972 cult classic, follows Blacula—an African prince turned bloodsucker thanks to the Count himself—finds himself free of a coffin and wandering Los Angeles. A Q&A hosted by Britt Sankofa will follow.
You can thank the National Museum of the American Indian for two presentations on traditional Día de los Muertos decorations and the holiday's history. Though the online presentations are in […]
Who said you have to leave the city to find a pumpkin patch? NoMa’s annual PumpkinPalooza returns with an in-person event to get you into the Halloween spirit. The free, […]
Restored from the original negative, this 1982 Indonesian film follows an emo teen. While mourning his mother's death, he encounters a terrifying world of the supernatural. Considered one of the […]
Dress in your Halloween best and let the live music be your soundtrack for a self-guided tour of Riverdale's best bites.
This is what we call a "graveyard smash": Song, dance, and spooky-esque performances of vintage Halloween classics as well as new works from Kosi. Like your favorite zombie flick or […]