Film, Concerts, Special Events


When: Tue., Oct. 20, 6:30 p.m. 2015

Japanese cinema churns out some of the most visually interesting horror I've ever seen. Prominent examples include Ringu and Ju-On, which were adapted into The Ring and The Grudge, respectively. At 6:30 tonight, The Mezzanine (20 N. Tejon St., is presenting a recent flick that reads a few degrees more artsy than the aforementioned. Sanguivorous follows a young woman who is experiencing bizarre medical conditions and unnatural cravings. It's a silent film, but UCCS assistant music professor Jane Rigler has curated live music from percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani, plus guests. Tickets are $10, and it's free for students. — Griffin Swartzell

Price: $10, Free for students

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