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Live and Let Die: The Revival!

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The spooky James Bond film, starring Roger Moore-and featuring the top-hatted, living-dead voodoo priest Baron Samedi (played by that 7-Up cola nut guy)-made for a Bizarre-o Land theme for a pop-up bar ’round Halloween.

New York nightlife guy and scribe Fernando Gils and his merry band of strange-but-genius dudes bummed a gallery space on Delancey Street on the Lower East Side last week, transforming it for three eves into a kind of Santeria-evocative, potion-gobbling slice of Little Haiti, complete with bongos, bewitching dancers and shrines to lesser saints.

Here, a few shots of the scene and its partying practitioners. Scarier than most All Hallow’s scenes: success!

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