For those not wanting to hit the big Halloween parade (led by today's interviewee) there are other options: Park Slope's Halloween Parade (info here), Clinton Hill's Halloween Walk (info here) Prospect Park South's Halloween Parade (info here) and Williamsburg's Witches Walk (info here).

200710gothkin.jpgEVENT:Hallowe'en is Happening Downtown at Trinty Church where both both kids and adults will find spooky spectacles tonight. For the little ones there will be an early evening filled with games, crafts, treats and of course tricks, as the “ghosts from the churchyard” tell stories of New York’s past. Later in the night there will be a screening of silent film Nosferatu with musical accompanied by Cameron Carpenter.

4 to 6pm and 8 to 10pm // Trinity Church [Broadway at Wall St] // Free

200710gothkin.jpgIt's the last night of the Gravesend Inn: Haunted Hotel screamfest extravaganza. Check out a video from last year's Inn here, and get ready for a "theme-park-quality" attraction that's likely to scare the pants off you at every turn.

6 to 9pm // Voorhees Theatre [186 Jay St, Brooklyn] // $6 for adults and $4 for kids

200710gothkin.jpgMOVIE: Night of the Living Dead is getting a modern day overhaul tonight, combining classic shots with texted dialogue. More details from our post yesterday. But if you want to see the movie, in all its classic flesh-eating zombie glory, head to MoMA tonight.

6 and 8pm // MoMA [11 W 53rd St] // $10

200710gothkin.jpgWALKING TOUR: It's a good night for a haunted walking tour and this eve Ghosts of New York offers up their Edgar Allan Poe and His Ghostly Friends of the East Village tour. Search for the spirits of Peter Stuyvesant, Washington Irving, and Harry Houdini as you see the neighborhood in a whole new light.

7pm // Meeting Place: In front of Il Buco Restaurant [47 Bond St] // $10

200710gothkin.jpgTHEATER:12th Night of the Living Dead is just what it sounds like: an inspired monster mash-up of zombies and Shakespeare. Watch in horror and hilarity as, one by one, the characters in the Bard’s best comedy fall prey to flesh eating, blood gurgling zombies. It’s the sort of thing that could end up funnier in theory than practice, but J. Jordan assures us in his amusing review that ‘the result is hilarious… and really, really, really gross. Really. Gross.” Though he cautions that some familiarity with the plot of Twelfth Night is crucial, and urges you to heed the ushers’ the warning about not sitting in the first rows unless you want to be splattered in stage blood. Also, “sit very, very still in your seat or they'll get you.” – John Del Signore

8pm // Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center [107 Suffolk St, 2nd Floor] // Tickets cost $18.

200710gothkin.jpgMUSIC: If you're cool with sweating your face paint off in a loft in Brooklyn, then we highly suggest heading to see Apes & Androids tonight as they rock you through the witching hour. Expect the unexpected...and don't expect to get in without a costume. DJs Dirty Finger, Andrew Andrew and Kingdom will also be on hand.

10pm // 29 Wythe Ave, Williamsburg // Costume Mandatory!

200710gothkin.jpgTin Roof...Rusted! There's nothing less frightening than the B-52's, so if you're a scaredy-cat, head over to Roseland Ballroom for an evening of oldies and goodies. Also handing out sonic treats will be The Rapture! Who sound a lot scarier than they are. Tickets still on sale.

7pm // Roseland Ballroom [239 West 52nd St] // $45.75, with group rates available

And don't forget to play Costume Bingo while you're out there tonight!