A Creepy, Kooky, Bloody, Revenge Filled Weekend

Entertainment Thursday 10/12/2017

Lubbock, TX - Just in time for Halloween, Happy Death Day opens this Friday, the 13th. A college student relives the day of her death over and over... and it won't stop until she figures out who keeps killing her. It's rated PG-13 and runs an hour-and-a-half.The twist will surprise you at the Alamo Drafthouse and everywhere else.

The Lubbock Community Theatre continues it production of the musical comedy, The Addams Family. Wednesday meets a boy and Gomez has to help hide the fact from Morticia.The families meet for dinner, and things get... crazy. There are only three performances left at the Underwood Center, and several shows sold out last weekend. Get your quickly-disappearing tickets at lubbockcommunitytheatre.org.

Jackie Chan gets dramatic when his mysterious past resurfaces to avenge the death of his teenage daughter in The Foreigner. She died in an act of terrorism, and he won't let the powers-that-be off the hook, since they, led by Pierce Brosnan, know exactly who did it. It's rated R, runs right at two hours, and is getting good reviews. Hold the terrorists accountable at either Cinemark or Premiere.

That's a look at what's happening in the Hub City, with Joe Sherwood's Entertainment Thursday.

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