Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Procession of the Ghouls 2009

Every year, St. John the Divine hosts a unique Halloween experience in the Procession of the Ghouls. Beginning with a scary silent film with music provided by organ, the experience of watching silent films in a large cathedral easily provides for an extra chill down your spine, but I must say the spectacle following the film, an awe inspiring yet frightening procession of monsters and creatures, is an absolute must see. An event that brings more fear to adults than children, it is the perfect way to start off Halloween festivities for the weekend. Excitingly enough the Grand Organ is back in working condition and will be used during this year's screening of the original Nosferatu. This year the event falls on Devil's Night, October 30th, with two showings at 7pm and 10pm. If tickets aren't already sold out, they will. I have mine for the 7pm show, and can't wait to party afterwards.

Any fun plans for Halloween? Feel free to leave comments below with more Halloween ideas.

1 comment:

  1. I want to make handmade decoration with my kids. Need some projects ideas.