Love vampires? Horror movies? Anything remotely scary? Join 92YTribeca on Oct 28 for Challahween.
Brian Solomon—creator of famed blog The Vault of Horror—and Rabbi Dan Ain will host Friday night dinner and a spooky discussion of horror and religion. Enjoy a horror-themed menu and cocktails created by head chef Russell Moss, and get your spook on learning about religion in vampire culture, the significance of blood in Jewish tradition and more.
Tickets $30 advance, $35 door
A Brooklyn boy at heart, these days Brian Solomon lives the Henry Hill lifestyle out in the wilds of Connecticut. A marketing/social media guru by day, and by night (or wherever he can fit it in) creator and writer of the award-winning blog, The Vault of Horror—nominated for the Rondo Hatton Award and by Total Film magazine—he's been published in Fangoria, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Paracinema and other fine, highbrow publications. He has had short stories published in places like Midnight Echo, the official journal of the Australian Horror Writers Association. Along with his lovely partner in crime and life, the delightful Captain Cruella, he hosts a series of cult classic films at the Avon Theatre in Stamford and has been known to do public readings on occasion. He enjoys watching and critiquing film, obsessing over Tiki culture and worshiping at the altar of Frank Sinatra, as well as being very silly with his two ridiculously adorable kids, Layla and Jack.
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