Neighbors. Can't live with 'em, can't live...well, maybe you could live without 'em. We at Art Attack could certainly live without that guy who keeps coming to our door asking for cigarette money or the guy who leaves three-paragraph notes on our windshield complaining about the angle at which we park.
In Fright Night, the remake of the 1985 horror film, a man suspects his neighbor (played by everyone's least favorite broody-eyed sex-tape star, Colin Farrell) of being a vampire.
Talk about good fences making good neighbors.
We're giving away ten passes (each good for two people) to a sneak preview of Fright Night on August 17, but we're going to make you work for them. Tell us about your worst neighbor in the comments section below. The ten worst stories will win passes.
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Good luck, neighbors!
The fine print: The screening takes place at 7:30 p.m. August 17 at Edwards Grand Palace, 3839 Weslayan. Each pass is good for two people. Arrive early, as the pass does not guarantee seating. No one will be admitted late.