New Yorkers do Halloween better than anyone else, and now that it's officially fall it's time to start making plans and figuring out the logistics of your topical Dumpster Fire costume. While the Greenwich Village Halloween parade is always a memorable spectacle, there is a lot more going on around town for those who want to throw down. To help navigate the freakshow, we've rounded up some of the more unconventional parties happening on Halloween weekend this year.

Courtesy of the McKittrick Hotel

The McKittrick Masquerade: Inferno Home to the immersive theater experience Sleep No More, the McKittrick Hotel is offering three nights of "costumed revelry" this Halloween, with dancing, live entertainment, and an open bar all included in the festivities. Attendees are encouraged to dress in occult-themed costumes, and should expect multiple floors of music, dancing, and "McKittrick-inspired surprises," according to a press release. The event will take place Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28, as well as Halloween night. Tickets $95-$475 The McKittrick Hotel, 530 West 27th Street, (212) 904-1880;

Courtesy of Nitehawk Cinema

A Nite To Dismember Williamsburg's Nitehawk Cinema continues their all night Halloween tradition this year with another spooky lineup of old and new horror films. The screenings will begin at midnight on Saturday, October 28 and continue through dawn, with movies like The Masque of the Red Death and The Babadook scheduled to show. There's also a costume contest sponsored by Jameson, and a complimentary breakfast, complete with gift bags and discounted Lyft fare, for those who make it til dawn. Tickets $65. Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Avenue;

Courtesy of House of Yes

Cirque Noir: Freakshow Edition If you're looking for a sexy and mind-blowing spectacle of a Halloween party, House of Yes has got you covered. The Bushwick venue is hosting a variety of themed events leading up to Halloween, but their circus party on Friday, October 27 is definitely a standout. Acrobats, snake charmers, clowns and other oddities will all be part of the event, in addition to plenty of drinks and dancing. Costumes are mandatory, and you'll definitely want to bring your best look. Tickets $20-$25 House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Avenue, (646) 838-4937;

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Rick and Morty Halloween PartyRick and Morty fans, take note, because Lot 45 in Bushwick is hosting the Halloween party of your dreams. The party will offer all things Rick and Morty, with themed activities like trivia and drinking games (the event is 21 and over only), as well as a costume contest with a $100 cash prize. Episodes of the popular show will be screened throughout the night, and Rick and Morty-inspired art and visuals will also [burp] be on display. Friday, October 27, Tickets $15 Lot 45 Bushwick, 411 Troutman Street, (347) 505-9155;

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Warehouse of Horrors This East Williamsburg warehouse party boasts an impressive list of features: Fatboy Slim headlining, a secret location, and lots of exotic activities, like a silent disco, interactive art, and "human bowling," whatever that is. The event page promises "freaky performers, hair-raising interactive art," and "mutant art cars" as well. While this might sound like a bit like a Stefon skit, there's also a long list of DJs scheduled to perform, like Detlef, CloZee, and Maximono. Saturday, October 28, Tickets $55-$90 Secret Brooklyn location TBA;

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The Monster Ball This event promises to be a step up from the childhood thrill of trick-or-treating, and for good reason: with complimentary drinks, a costume contest with a $1000 first place prize, and live DJs spinning on several floors, the Monster Ball is Halloween turned up to 11. The party takes place on Saturday, October 28, and is strictly 21 and over. Tickets $25-$995 Stage 48, 605 West 48th Street, (212) 957-1800;