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The Thing Screening at New York Society For Ethical Culture Tonight

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Can you believe that there are three versions of this movie? I’ve never seen the original 1950’s version and just because remakes usually suck polar bear balls, I didn’t even bother with the re-remake that was released in 2011. John Carpenter’s interpretation from 1982 still remains the version I prefer.

Tonight at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, Ethics in Film will be screening  John Carpenter’s “The Thing,” with doors opening at 6:30pm with a suggested donation of $5. Snacks and beverages will be provided as the movie begins at 7pm, with moderator Sharon Pope on hand.

Just remember to draw some blood from whoever you decide to attend this movie night with. They just might be The Thing.

Ethics in Film Presents: The Thing
Friday, January 6th
Suggested Donation: $5
New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 West 64th Street (Central Park West)
[Upper West Side]

Photo Credit: livingfreenyc.com

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