Friday, Oct. 30

* Aux 33 Tours warehouse record sale
* Pizza and Nintendo at Chez Boris
* The Hermit: A Metaphysical Pop-Up Shop at 820Plaza
* Kiss My Cabaret at la Sala Rossa
* A very Halloween Night Fight at ComedyWorks
* John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) at Cinéma du Parc

Halloween 1978

John Carpenter’s Halloween

For Halloween parties tonight and tomorrow, see our pretty comprehensive party guide right here

Aux 33 Tours invites you to this weekend’s giant record sale in their Mile End warehouse. Over 75,000 records will be up for grabs, plus CD’s, 7” singles, cassettes and gear, all at discount prices. 5425 Casgrain, #806, 10 a.m.–8 p.m., continues to Sunday, free entry.

Chez Boris continues its “after dark” series with a pizza and gaming night, inviting the public to sample some house slices while playing either Super Smash Bros or Mariokart on N64, projected on the big screen. 5151 Parc, 6 p.m., pizza $10

820Plaza hosts a spooky weekend that kicks off today with The Hermit: A Metaphysical Pop-Up Shop featuring a selection of mystical products for sale including crystals, tea and zines, plus tarot readings, reiki, meditation and more. The daytime pop-up shop will be followed by a party with music by Sadaf, Babi Audi, Marie Davidson and more. 6820 Marconi, pop-up shop 2–7 p.m. (continues to Saturday), party from 9 p.m., free

Tonight’s Halloween edition of Kiss My Cabaret at la Sala Rossa features performances from six cast members of the Segal Centre’s current production Funny Girl, plus Gigi and Pipi, Alexis O’Hara, and lots more. 4848 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $15/$12 in advance

If you haven’t seen local comics Walter J. Lyng and Leighland Beckman co-host Night Fight — “the greatest and most insane talk show of all time,” performed this year at the Fringe Festival — check out their reprisal this Halloween weekend (tonight and tomorrow). Expect spooky burlesque by Velvet La Touche, a costumed comedy contest with a cash prizes, a new Top 38 List, “a grossly irresponsible knife stunt,” free candy and more. See the contest line-up and more details here. 1238 Bishop, 8:30 p.m., $10/$5 for students & anyone in costume

Cinéma du Parc gets into the Halloween spirit by screening the 1978 classic horror flick Halloween by John Carpenter and starring a young Jamie Lee Curtis, for two nights only. 3575 Parc, 9:30 p.m., $12/$10 students & seniors

See our Halloween Party Guide here.