Carnival of Souls (Harvey, 1962): St John on Bethnal Green, 5pm
This is especially worth catching if you're a fan of this particular cult movie as famous experimental rock band Pere Ubu will be performing their own soundtrack to the film. You can buy tickets here.
Here are the band's lead singer David Thomas's thoughts at The Quietus website:
It's not their first time playing a live score to films, having previously accompanied It Came From Outer Space and X, The May With X-Ray Eyes,
with Thomas saying of the event: "I grew up addicted to Friday night
sci-fi/horror flicks. The genre had an incalculable effect on the third
generation of young rock giants who emerged in the 70s. Now it's time to
honour that debt.
"The amateurish enthusiasm and naive intention, as well as lack of
budget, of the B-movie encourages a kind of communal abstraction that
approaches folk culture, and the frequent lack of a coherent agenda
leaves lots of wiggle room for whatever personalised context or agenda
an audience or band chooses to overlay. Wiggle room is good."