What You're Doing Tonight: January 17

A horror film fest, nine blues clubs in one night and George Clinton and P-Funk

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: Join other horror film aficionados for "B-Movie Madness" from 5PM-12AM tonight. Hosted by the Horror Society of Chicago, the gorefest will feature four movies ("Better Off Undead," "The Driller Killer," "The Stalking Hand" and "It's My Party, and I'll Die if I Want To" -- we kid you not). At the Portage Theater in Portage Park, $10-$15.

BLUES CLUES: See 12 bands at nine South Side blues clubs on the "Chicago Blues Tour - Winter 2009."  Shuttle buses run throughout the night between the venues, including Loop spot Alcock's as the home base. You'll visit such blues institutions as Lee's Unleaded Blues, the Checkerboard Lounge and Rosa's Lounge. 8:30PM-2AM, $40.

WE WANT THE FUNK: It's sure to be a wild ride when George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic play the Cubby Bear in Wrigleyville tonight. The surreal spectacle starts at 10PM; tickets are $30.

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