Here are some great things to do around Louisville this weekend
Friday – November 1
AMC Stonybrook 20
2745 S Hurstbourne Pkwy
Bullitt County is an action/thriller set in 1977 about four friends who reunite for a bachelor party to hunt for buried Prohibition money on Kentucky’s Bluegrass Bourbon Trail, only to become ripped apart by greed, corruption, and murder.
Halloween 40th Anniversary Celebration
Friday – Sunday
6 p.m. – Midnight
Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of John Carpenters classic Halloween movie. They’ll be showing the original 1978 version on 35mm film on the carbon arc projector and the new 2018 version. The film canister for the 1978 version was signed by John Carpenter and will also be on display. Special guest star and events on Saturday night.
Nightmare in Nulu
11 a.m. – Midnight
Nulu: East Market District
Family fun fright fest in downtown Louisville’s premier shopping and dining district! Spend your Saturday at Nightmare in NULU with great cocktails sponsored by Rabbit Hole Distillery! Don’t forget to dress in costume too!
Boo Ball - Seance Dance
6 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Highlands Community Campus
1228 East Breckinridge Street
Kid & Adult Costume Contests, Puppet Fortune Teller, Souvenir Photos, Spooky Room, Sound Community drumming, Puppet DJ Dance Party
CinemaNautica performs a live soundtrack for Call of Cthulhu
Food and Cash Bar by Farm To Fork catering & events
Adults: $10 Kids: $5
A Haunting in Butchertown
Dusk – 10 p.m.
Starts at Butchertown Social
1601 Story Avenue
Hayride through Butchertown takes you to the gate of the haunt location.
The Butchertown Haunt takes place in the Historic Linden Hill home, built in 1796, and said to be the oldest home in the Butchertown Neighborhood. Each Year as the leaves fall and the spirits grow restless, the home relives a gruesome past.
$5 suggested donation benefits the Everything Will Be OK Project