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Ferris Reel Film Society Presents: Ghostbusters

"Who you gonna call?"

“Who you gonna call?”

The Columbia University Ferris Reel Film Society is hosting a free screening of Ghostbusters, cosponsored by Columbia College Student Council (CCSC), tonight at 10:30 in the Roone Arledge Cinema in Lerner Hall.

Entry is free with a CUID, so be sure to get there early grab the good seats.

In the spirit of Halloween, organizers have announced that costumes are welcome! (Note to first years: if you are debating wearing a costume, just know that everyone in college wears costumes given the slightest opportunity and you will definitely stand out if you haven’t spent at least 6 hours painstakingly recreating Dr. Egon’s jumpsuit. Start now.)

Event details, along with a plot synopsis and trailer, are available through the Facebook event.

Now, we don’t expect Bill Murray to be there. But Bill Murray is likely to be where you don’t expect him these days.

So.

Ghostbusters posters via WikiCommons

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