THE chance to catch the ultimate brooding 90s masterpiece back on the big screen awaits in Rhyl in November.

The inspiration for many a Halloween outfit, 1994's The Crow will be screened at Rhyl's little Theatre as it's Wicked Cult Cinema continues it's excellent programme delivering fan favourites the way they are meant to be seen.

While it might be hard to remember when superhero movies were something of a rarity, this dark classic ushered in the genre's stranglehold on the mainstream in 2019.

However, unlike it's sanitised 'cookie cutter' MCU and DC counterparts, this gritty vigilante story transcends todays caped crusader tropes in part due to the real life tragedy behind the scenes of up-and-coming star Brandon Lee - son of legendary martial artist Bruce - who was killed on set by a malfunctioning prop gun.

Reacquaint yourself with The Crow at Rhyl little Theatre on Wednesday, November 27 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £3, to book visit the Wicked Cult Cinema facebook page or email