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Music and film are two events that this town does better than most, and tonight is full of them. The early '90s are back to visit tonight in the form of both types of media, so get out there and relive some memories or better yet, make some new ones.

It's a blast from the past at The Roxy, as Jordan Knight—yes, that Jordan Knight—takes the stage, preceeded by J-Me, Tina Landon and Nick Alt. Doors open at 8:00 PM and tickets are $18.00.

At the ArcLight, see two special midnight screenings: Shaun of the Dead, about British slackers who fight off an invasion of the undead (the first 50 people who show up dressed as zombies get a free shirt), The Forgotten, starring Julianne Moore, and a re-release of The Shawshank Redemption, the classic 1994 Tim Robbins/Morgan Freeman film.

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At the New Beverly Cinema, the latter part of the week features corporate shenanigans and the Iraq war, with screenings of The Corporation at 7:30 PM and Control Room at 10:10 PM.

Head for the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood to see comedian Sarah Silverman's new show, Jesus is Magic, tonight and tomorrow at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $25.00.