“We did really well, with a couple of sold-out screenings,” he said. Those included the emerging filmmakers’ session, featuring shorts by auteurs from local high schools, and “Greetings From the Shore,” a feature film set in a Jersey shore town.
A smaller but enthusiastic crowd turned out for a midnight screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” complete with running commentary (and mimicry) by The Home of Happiness, which does the same thing every week at a Clearview up in Montclair, in case you missed the Red Bank edition.
And for those who enjoyed (or missed) the softly gloomy musical stylings of Rotting Moldy Flesh at the screening of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” the orchestra will be back at the Clearview at 10p on Oct. 27 to lend its sound to F.W. Murnau’s 1922 silent classic “Nosferatu.”