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Produced by Sam Raimi and star Bruce Campbell, The Evil Dead remains a masterpiece of gore and mayhem with imagery that is, at this point, iconic to lovers of horror and scary-film fare. So it’s no shock that Burbank’s beloved Bearded Lady (known for artistic homages to haunted subject matter and macabre movies) is taking a stab at celebrating the film with another one of its eerie exhibits and parties. The Bearded Lady Museum’s The Evil Dead Exhibit will showcase original props from the film, and they tout this event as one of their most immersive experiences with photo ops, tribute art and other unexpected creepiness. They are working directly with Renaissance Pictures LTD, so the show promises authenticity that is sure to possess fans and freaks alike. Opening night features a DJ, complimentary drinks and treats from the Rad Coffee Truck outside. All ages OK, but children must be accompanied by adults.

Bearded Lady’s Mystic Museum, 3204 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank. Opening night Sat., Sept. 7, 8 p.m.;  $12, $25 VIP for early entry. BeardedLadysMysticMuseum/