Nite Owl Theatre is a web series featuring classic movie commentary from former 10TV late-night movie host Fritz "The Night Owl" Peerenboom. A free showing once a month at Grandview Theatre accompanies the series. The nights recreate what it was like to watch movies on TV decades ago, when Fritz was on air. Presented as if run by a fictional TV station, the program includes old-timey commercial breaks and a "Star-Spangled Banner" sign-off.

Nite Owl Theatre is a web series featuring classic movie commentary from former 10TV late-night movie host Fritz "The Night Owl" Peerenboom. A free showing once a month at Grandview Theatre accompanies the series. The nights recreate what it was like to watch movies on TV decades ago, when Fritz was on air. Presented as if run by a fictional TV station, the program includes old-timey commercial breaks and a "Star-Spangled Banner" sign-off.

This Saturday, watch a 1932 film that the Brits banned for more than 30 years. Feelings about "Freaks" were always mixed - it's been accused of exploiting its deformed actors, but many consider it a masterpiece of the avant-garde horror genre. Its cinematic historical value alone warrants watching, but "Freaks" is also worth a view if you want to get your horror fix without the special effects today's Hollywood machine burps out.