Things That Go Bump in the Night: The History and Impact of the Horror Film

Things That Go Bump in the Night: The History and Impact of the Horror Film
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 7pm
If you dare, come see how onscreen horror began!  A lifelong lover of film, Frank Mandosa teaches high school English and Film courses and he co-hosts the Stoughton Media Access Center (SMAC) cable show Reel Life.  He’ll be sharing film clips of some of cinema’s most famous horror films throughout the 20th century and talking about their legacies in the entertainment industry.   Attendees can enter a free raffle for movie-themed door prizes!
Interested in film?  Follow Frank‘s public film blog on Facebook at “Silver Screeners,” follow him on Twitter at @filmbuff1974, or visit his web site at  www.frankmandosa.weebly.com.
Please note, seating is limited; sign up is required.  Starting October 1, please sign up online to reserve a seat or call the Library and speak with a library staff member, 781-665-2313.