Consider yourselves informed: In one month, on Saturday, October 20, at the Smithsburg Library, starting at 5 P.M., the lovely and brilliant Ashley will be presenting three of the greatest horror films ever made: Hammer's Horror of Dracula, directed by Terence Fisher and starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing (and reviewed by your humble servant right here), and Universal's Frankenstein, directed by James Whale and starring Boris Karloff, and The Wolf Man, directed by George Waggner and starring Claude Rains and Lon Chaney Jr.
Not that you should need any more incentive than that, but I will be reviewing Frankenstein and The Wolf Man as part of my ongoing but recently neglected Movies That Kick My Ass series in the next few weeks, just in case you doubt whether going to a small-town library to see these three great old horror films for free is really worth it. Seating is limited, so you should call the library at (301) 824-7722 to talk to Ashley or one of her underlings and reserve a seat. Come for one, two, or all three. If you're from around here and you won't be attending a funeral or something, you really have no excuse not to attend.
A pre-Halloween horror triple feature, dude. You know what you have to do. You have thirty days.