October starts on Sunday, but get an early start on the month of horror with a midnight screening of “Army of Darkness,” the quotable, campy capstone to the “Evil Dead” trilogy, featuring zombies, evil twins, a time-travelling department store employee with a boomstick, and an evil book of spells. Hail to the king, baby!
11:55 pm at Videology [308 Bedford Ave. at S. First Street in Williamsburg, (718) 782–3468], www.video
Nerd and “Dr. Who”–themed bar owner Andy Heidel launches his new drink guide “The Cocktail Guide to the Galaxy,” a collection of science-fiction and fantasy–themed adult beverages with a party this afternoon. Heidel will read from his geek-tastic guide, and then give a practical demonstration, mixing up free Brockmans gin cocktails for the crowd.
5 pm at the Way Station [683 Washington Ave. between Prospect and St. Marks places in Prospect Heights, (347) 627–4949, www.thewa
Sail over to Red Hook this afternoon, where you can spend a full day exploring the massive Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s warehouse two-story display of five shows, including “Photography Pop-up,” “Grand Installations,” “Interactive,” sculpture show “Materials Matter,” and the “Really Affordable Art Show,” featuring work that costs less than $499.
1–6 pm at Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition [499 Van Brunt St., near Reed Street in Red Hook, (718) 596–2506, www.bwac.org]. Free.
Keep your eyes (and ears) on the skies! Unlike last month’s solar eclipse, you won’t need any special glasses for the interactive audiovisual performance “Re: Lunar Eclipse” — featuring a Brooklyn band of performers and visual artists from Thailand performing inside a lighted, inflatable dome that ends in darkness.
8 pm at Roulette [509 Atlantic Ave. at Third Avenue in Boerum Hill, www.roule
Greenpoint guitar goddess Kaki King launches her new album “Kaki King Live At Berklee,” with a performance backed by the full orchestra of Berklee School of Music students who backed her on the album.
8:30 pm at Littlefield (635 Sackett St. between Third and Fourth avenues in Gowanus, www.littl