First Friday: The Manster
Natural Horror Picture Show: The Manster (1959)
American foreign news correspondent Larry Stanford (Peter Dyneley) has one last assignment before returning from Japan to the United States — an interview with the reclusive scientist Dr. Robert Suzuki (Tetsu Nakamura), who makes his abode on top of a volcano. Cue ominous music.
During the interview, Dr. Suzuki discusses his work on mutation caused by cosmic rays, and announces that he has invented a method for producing evolutionary change through chemicals. Cue really ominous music.
Movie starts at 7pm; arrive early for a short from the A/V Geeks' archive.
Live music by No Worries
Snacks and Beverages from the new Acro Café
The Museum Store also offers after-hours shopping and an opening reception for Bob Palmatier, whose show "Children's Book Illustrations: Endangered North American Turtle Series" will be on display from March 2-April 7 in the Nature Art Gallery. All exhibited art is for sale.