On Monday at 6:30 p.m., the innovative historical/horror film series inspired by the Carlos Amorales: Discarded Spider exhibit at the Contemporary Arts Center continues despite the departure of the man who helped organize it, Education Director Scott Boberg
. The double-bill begins with Come and See
, Elem Klimov's 1985 tale of a Byelorussian teen who gets lost in the nightmarish woods while fighting Nazis, then concludes with Roger Corman's 1964 adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's Masque of the Red Death
. Admission for Saturday's discussion and Monday's film screening is $7.50; free to members.
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