There’s something for everyone at this year’s eerie edition, which takes place on Saturday, April 14, noon to 2 a.m., at Eastwood’s Palace Theatre, 2384 James St. The 35mm projectors first unspool the 1935 all-timer Bride of Frankenstein (noon, bottom, left), followed by the 1954 3-D feature Creature from the Black Lagoon (1:15 p.m., bottom, right), with red-and-blue cardboard glasses to enhance the experience. After those black-and-white classics, the fest proceeds with the 1990 giant-worm thrillomedy Tremors (2:45 p.m.) and the 2010 Swedish frights of Troll Hunter (4:30 p.m.). The evening continues with the forgotten 1991 slice-and-dice entry Popcorn (7:30 p.m.), the lantern-jawed Bruce Campbell in the 1992 Evil Dead sequel Army of Darkness (9 p.m.) and the 1986 black comedy Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (10:30 p.m., top, with the cast recreating the ad campaign of The Breakfast Club). Topping the night, and light years away from Karloff-ian innocence, is Last House on Dead End Street (12 a.m.), an ultra-sleazy, cheesy 1977 slaughterhouse filmed on an alleged budget of $850. And if you’re not keeping a body count, check out the memorabilia and refreshment vendors in the lobby. Admission is $15. For details, dial 436-4723.