Little Damian and Rosemary are in bed, but that newly minted teenager stands between you and a night of good ole' October frights, freaks and fun. With a sigh, a little bit of glee to take them on a trip and slight bewilderment from them, you aren't turning in at 9:45 this weekend, you now have purpose in bringing the teenager along for this cinematic ride. Do you go back to Shaun of the Dead and then creep them out with A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night? Try to ride the Parasite cache you earned last fall by bringing around The Host or share The Invisible Man with them and tell them a tale of long ago when you went to a theater and took in a word-of-mouth hit that had buzz, excitement and an outstanding lead performance. When it comes to October movies and toeing the line so that you can just watch something with some scares, a little help is always welcomed. 0h, and if the older kid gives you any flack, just let them know that soon enough they too will see scariest, craziest, most disturbing horror of all: adulthood.
What to Eat?
You call the shots tonight, not the little ones. You want to try that Asian Fusion restaurant and stop off to grab a cupcake or two from the new shop? Yep. Remix dinner until you have blown your own mind.