Nightranger: Sexy and Bloody Scenes From Bar Sinister and Studio 69 Saturday Night

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Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 9:13 AM
click to enlarge Dead dance duty at Bar Sinister. - LINA LECARO
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  • Dead dance duty at Bar Sinister.

A full moon, mercury in retrograde and parties involving two significant numbers -- "13" and "69"? Saturday night clubbing delivered on its promised freakiness this weekend.

Perish Dignam's Studio 69's "Dressed To Serve" uniform-themed night made its transition from Vanguard to The Dragonfly with a slew of camoflage, explosive stage antics and a real military vehicle parked in back for photo ops. Meanwhile, Tricia LaBelle's Bar Sinister at Boardner's celebrated its 13th Anniversary (on 8/13) with a zombielicious deathrock/industrial dance fest, featuring DJs and a performance by Zombie Girl. It was one of the most packed nights we've ever seen at Boardner's.

These two events were totally different when it came to the music, but we saw some of the same fiendish faces at both. It was a great night for snapping debauched and dressed-up denizens in Hollywood. Below are six of our hottest shots, from rocker zombies to sexy soldiers and nurses, to a bludgeoning of both and beyond.

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Triage temptresses at Studio 69

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Torn-up twosome at Bar Sinister.

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Camo'd cuties at Studio 69.

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Deadly duo at Bar Sinister.

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Perish's tour of bootie at Studio 69.

More photos from Studio 69 and Bar Sinister in this week's Nightranger slideshow.

Additional zombie shots here.

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