By now 'Zodiac', the 2007 movie based on the events surrounding the Zodiac Killer's reign of terror in 1970's San Francisco, is a bit of a classic. From scenes depicting a Chronicle newsroom and S.F. police department from the not-so-distant past to a glorious configuration of actors Jake Gyllehaal, Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr., Zodiac is worth more than one watch, especially considering that the still-unsolved serial killings defined an entire era of San Francisco history.

But tonight's event takes it beyond just a simple screening of the movie. Presented by Flipside, an S.F. history events group that raises money for the Old Mint museum project, the screening will be accompanied by presentations by lead San Francisco Chronicle Reporter Kevin Fagan and current lead detective from San Francisco Police Department, who'll share insights and anecdotes from years spent chasing the killer. For the $15 price of entry, you also get one beer from Peak Brewing Company and a chance to check out the "SF In The Era of the Zodiac" historical display. Big Chef Tom's Belly Burgers will also be on hand for those members of the audience that prefer their historical homicides with a side of pork belly.

Killer in the Fog: Zodiac Movie Night
5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
The Old Mint, 88 5th St.

Previously: All SFist covered of the Zodiac Killer, Best Movie Scenes in San Francisco