Monday, Nov. 26

* Giallo screenings at Rockette
* Maple Spring dictionary launch
* Green double bill at Cinema Politica
* How to work your way into the Fringe
* Party mode at Jukebox

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The Bloodstained Shadow

Two Italian horror films make up this week’s les lundis Grindhouse double feature: Deep Red (Dario Argento, 1975) and The Bloodstained Shadow (Antonio Bido, 1978). Come for the nightmares, stay for the free popcorn. Rockette (4479 St-Denis), 4–9 p.m., free

Those still trying to wrap their minds around the events of Printemps Érable should report to the launch party for Dictionnaire de la révolte étudiante, a reference guide to names, concepts and events from last year’s protests (in French, obvs). Pub Quartier Latin (318 Ontario E.), 5:30 p.m. free

Cinema Politica presents a double bill of docs on consumerism and waste. E-Wasteland traces the route of discarded electronics from our garbage bins to Africa; The Light Bulb Conspiracy portrays the development of planned obsolescence. 1455 de Maisonneuve W., Room H-110, 7 p.m., suggested donation $2-$5

Got a big idea for the 2013 edition of Fringe? If you didn’t make the lottery, you may want to attend tonight’s briefing on how to qualify for the festival’s Off Fringe programming. MainLine Theatre (3997 St-Laurent), 7 p.m.

DJs Dark Rainbow and Sir Earl Grey’s Come As You Are proposes fresh selections of “Trill Trap Trave, Seapunk Foam, R&B Sweatlodge, Dirty Deep South, Psychdelic Funk U, Indie Under Brush, Brave Dark New Wave and Bay Area Hip Hop Watch.” Sounds like a party. Jukebox (3874 St-Laurent), 10 p.m.

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