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Elvira’s Haunted Hills. Cassandra Peterson turns her twofold D, ironic statement retching “fancy woman of the dull” schedule, which used to catch business breaks amid Channel 9 blood and guts movie reruns, with her very own motion picture. It’s 1851, and Elvira moves into a mansion high over the town of Carpathia, where her likeness to the check’s “missing” spouse mixes up inconvenience. Other than the screening exhibited by Mistress Azrael’s Sinema Screams, there is a cosplay challenge and “dangerous” drag appear. The Frida Cinema; thefridacinema.org. Sat., 10 p.m. $10.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Midnight Insanity shadow throws the motion picture that has the auto of sweethearts Brad and Janet (Barry Bostwick and Susan Sarandon) separating close to the spooky house of Dr. Straight to the point N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite researcher whose home likewise has a shaking biker (Meat Loaf), a frightening head servant (Richard O’Brien) and arranged oddities, including a hunk of beefcake named “Rough.” Art Theater, (562) 438-5435. Sat., 11:55 p.m. $8.50-$11.50.

Mulheres Da Terra (Women of Earth). Mayara Boaretto Rocha addressed why she was conceived through cesarean segment in a city doctor’s facility rather than at home, as her folks were in Brazil, which now has one of the most elevated C-segment rates on the planet. The narrative takes after Rocha’s scan for answers as a maternity specialist understudy in San Paolo. She will be here for the post-screening board talk that incorporates Stevie Merino of Sol and Roots Doula, Jhoanna Galvez of Malaya Midwifery, and Debbie Allien of Tribe Midwifery. Occasion coordinator June Kaewsith moderates. Workmanship Theater, (562) 438-5435. Sun., 11 a.m. $15.