We’re giving away free tickets to The Dark Side horror screening

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Like scary movies? Then you’ll want to read this. We’re giving five lucky email subscribers tickets to Yelp’s Passport To Downtown Brooklyn Horror and Suspense night this Thursday! These tickets will get you and a friend access to The Dark Side screening, featuring indie horror shorts plus the World Premiere of 5 SENSES OF FEAR from Chiller TV. And Tony Timpone, the legendary Editor Emeritus of Fangoria Magazine, is moderating the Q&A session with the filmmakers after the screening.

Yelp’s Passport To Downtown Brooklyn is a week-long event to promote local spots in downtown BK. Cultural institutions like the New York Transit Museum, cocktail bars like Misdemeanor at the Nu Hotel, and top-rated eateries like Palmer’s are participating to give Yelpers deals on all kinds of stuff. Just download the Yelp App and check in to claim the special offers.

To enter, shoot us an email at films [at] brokelyn.com by 5pm Wednesday. And then be prepared to have the pants scared off you. And then be prepared to find your pants.

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  1. Hey Brokelyn, the 2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival (May 15-19) is proud to be part of Yelp’s Passport to Downtown Brooklyn. Thanks for letting your readers know about our scary ticket giveaway.

    For our full schedule and trailers, go to http://www.aobff.org and follow us on twitter at @TheArtofBklyn

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