Here’s some art, film, music and other stuff happening in NYC so you can Have a Good Weekend. Drop your suggestions in the comments or to tips@animalnewyork.com.

FRIDAY 69° F NIGHT 49° F 

“New Romantics Performance Night” at Eyebeam in conjunction with the ongoing exhibit. Miao Jiaxin, Mikey McParlane, Ann Hirsch, Vincent Tiley, ATOM-r and MSHR. “Using sound, interactive devices, and skype phone calls, performers will incite dialog concerning the problematics of presenting 19th Century themes via 21st Century technologies: questions of identity, alienation and anxieties about dying and the ephemerality of the body.” (Doors 6pm, performances start at 6:30pm, Manhattan)

Nothing really special opening in theaters, so go see Andrzej Zulawski’s Possession (the un-butchered version) which is screening tonight at the Anthology Film Archives. It’s fucked up! Q&A with cowriter Frederic Tuten. (8pm, $10, Manhattan)

The Feelies at the Bell House. (8pm, $25, Brooklyn)

Baked, Kal Marks, Slothrust, and Bambara at Death by Audio. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)

The Visitor at IFC: “In this unforgettable assault on reality–restored and presented uncut theatrically for the first time ever in the U.S.–legendary Hollywood director/actor John Huston (The Maltese FalconTreasure Of The Sierra Madre) stars as an intergalactic warrior who joins a cosmic Christ figure in battle against a demonic 8-year-old girl, and her pet hawk, while the fate of the universe hangs in the balance.” (12:20am Friday and Saturday, $14, Manhattan)

GHE20G0TH1K. (10pm, $10-$15, sign up for location)

SATURDAY 68° F NIGHT 44° 

Day 1 of the Brooklyn Zine Fest 2014 at the Brooklyn Historical Society. (11am-6pm, Brooklyn)

Double bill opening receptions at Postmasters: Eva and Franco Mattes’ “By Everyone, For No One, Everyday” and John Powers “+time.”

Southern metal heroes Corrosion of Conformity at St. Vitus. (8pm, $20, Brooklyn)

Moderat do a dance party in a warehouse at 1260 Atlantic Avenue. (10pm, $50, Brooklyn)

Gaslamp Killer, Edan, and Nick Catchdubs at 88 Palace. See Gaslamp Killer’s Listen In playlist here. (11pm, $15, Manhattan)

SUNDAY 61° F NIGHT 44° 

Day 2 of the Brooklyn Zine Fest 2014 at the Brooklyn Historical Society. (11am-6pm, Brooklyn)

Truffaut’s black comic Hitchcock homage The Bride Wore Black screens at BAM. (4pm and 9:30pm, $13, Brooklyn)

Or just go fucking camping.