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Get Out: Gory Kung-Fu at Cinefamily, Art Fights at NerdMelt and a Mustache Ride

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ART: NerdMelt hosts Super Art Fight, a live art competition billed as "Pictionary meets pro wrestling." The event boasts Ethan Nicolle, illustrator of the beloved web comic "Axe Cop," among other esteemed competitors. Tickets are $8, and doors open at 7:45 p.m.

FILM: The Cinefamily continues "Shaw Nuff," their exploration of the Shaw brothers' campy, grisly fare, with a screening of the brothers' 1982 horror-and-martial-arts flick "Human Lanterns." The film, about a skull-faced serial killer who peels off women's skin, is sure to be entertaining, but probably not for the squeamish. The screening starts at 11 p.m. and is $12 or free for Cinefamily members.

Human Lanterns (trailer) from Cinefamily on Vimeo.

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CYCLING: Hipsters, grab your 'stache wax: C.I.C.L.E. is hosting a Tweed, Moxie & Moustaches Ride in North Hollywood at 10 a.m. The tour will start at Valley Village Park before exploring mural art and a historic vaudeville theatre. An after party at Federal Bar will follow.