NYC Horror Fest: Fans of horror films, don’t miss this film festival, which runs from Nov. 10-13. Over the four days, catch screenings at various venues around the city. Nearly 60 films are shown and awards are given for best horror feature film, best sci-fi feature film and best special effects, among other categories. Most films will be screened at Cinepolis Chelsea (260 W. 23rd St). The-all access pass for the festival is $200. Individual screenings are $16. Visit nychorrorfest.com to purchase tickets and see the full schedule of films.
Brooklyn Crush Wine and Artisanal Food Festival: On Nov. 12, head to Industry City in Brooklyn (233 37th Street), which will transform into an East Coast Napa Valley. Sample more than 175 wines, ciders and other drinks. Brooklyn restaurants will be on hand to offer light bites of food from cheese, bread and crackers, charcuterie, olive oils, chocolates and cookies. General admission includes live music and a complimentary wine glass. There are two sessions: from 2:30-5 p.m. and 7:30-10 p.m. Tickets start at $69. Visit newyorkwineevents.com to purchase.
Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival: Don’t miss the last weekend of the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, which ends Nov. 13. The festival aims to highlight the music and creative community as it mingles with Brooklyn’s electronic music scene. This year returns to more underground artists like The Black Madonna and Honey Dijon. Some of the best Brooklyn venues will host performances from the Good Room to Output. General admission generally starts at $20. Visit brooklynemf.com for the full lineup of shows and to purchase tickets.
Renegade Craft Fair: Looking for unique holiday gifts? Head to the Metropolitan Pavilion on Nov. 12 and 13 for a weekend of shopping, handcrafted goods, music and food. More than 200 artisans will be on hand selling their wares. Sugartown Industries will provide DJ sets while attendees shop for jewelry, home decor, art and apothecary. There will be book signings and food. Doors are open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit www.renegadecraft.com to see participating artists.