Forget fancy dress parties. There's no weirder, creepier way to spend Halloween than spending it with Mr David Lynch. In acknowledgement of this fact, the Golden Age Cinema and Bar is holding Lynchoween, a double screening dedicated to the master filmmaker.
Starting at 6pm is Lost Highway, Lynch's 1997 noir masterpiece starring Bill Pullman as jazz saxophonist Fred Madison and Patricia Arquette as his wife, Renee, in an eerie world of pre-internet tech paranoia. Then, at 9.30pm, it'll be time for Blue Velvet, the story of strait-laced college student Jeffrey (Kyle MacLachlan), who finds a severed ear in a local park.
Between screenings, there'll be free live music from Terza Madre, a nine-piece collective of Sydneysiders playing their dark, dramatic interpretations of 1970s Italian pop tunes and related originals.