October is the month for watching scary movies, touring haunted houses and attending some electrifying events at Seattle’s Startup Week! It’ll be scary… how much you’ll learn! Mmmwhahahahaha! No seriously, check out all the awesome upcoming events and happenings during Seattle’s Startup Week (Oct. 18-25).
Meanwhile we’ll continue to keep you posted on the coolest and nerdiest things on the GeekWire Calendar.
Ghostbusters and Evil Dead @ Central Cinema: We love Central Cinema! They curate some great films every month and for October, they’ve got some very scary classics lined up. Be sure to catch these two back to back (they’re also playing Pet Sematary and The Shinning together later in the month, yikes!).
When: Friday, October 4th – Wednesday, October 9th. 7pm & 9:30pm.
BrickCon 2013: Did you say, LEGO convention?! That’s right! This is a convention featuring everything LEGOs. Definitely a fun one for the kids as visitors can see hobbyists creations, build their own creations and buy some cool LEGO stuff.
When: Saturday, October 5th – Sunday, October 6th. All day.
The Enematic Cinematic: Hack-O-Lantern: Enjoy gory, raunchy, satanic 80’s films? How about people making fun of said movie while drinking beers? If you’re the kind of weirdo who answered “yes” then you’ll want to come to TEC’s showing of Hack-O-Lantern and stay for the live podcast recording. Creeps abound!
When: Tuesday, October 8th. 8pm.
When: Every Saturday, 8pm
31 Days of October @ EMP: You will DEFINITELY want to check out the full line up of spooktacular events at the EMP this month. From Monster Mash Mondays to Thriller Sundays! There will be special movie screenings, dance parties in the Sky Church, and scavenger hunts. Plus, they’ll have their Horror Film Exhibit: Can’t Look Away. Tons of holiday thrills!
When: Something happening everyday, all month long — check times.
Emily Shahan is GeekWire’s cultural attaché. Reach her at email@example.com. Events for this regular feature are chosen from the GeekWire Calendar. To submit an event to the calendar, go to the calendar page and look for the green button.