Here's what's going on today (Wednesday, Jan. 25): The first (and to our knowledge only) vampire movie made for the hearing impaired screens at Muse Arts Warehouse at 6:30. Deafula (that's right!) is an American B-movie from 1975, with sign language and badly-dubbed dialogue, and it's part of the Psychotronic Film Festival. Following at 9 p.m. is Japan's cheeseball horror classic Goke, the Bodysnatcher From Hell. Oh, and the American Traditions vocal competition continues with quarterfinals at 5 and at 8 p.m. at Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Ascension on Bull Street, and the Irish rock ‘n' roll band Gaelic Storm is at Live Wire.
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