SOUTH SLOPE: If, like us, one of the things you miss most about the summer is the number of free kitschy films, Cafe Steinhof’s monthly movie series may be the best way to get through the colder months. The Austrian bar/restaurant, located at the southern tip of Park Slope, provides themed Sunday night movies – the no-cover evenings are perhaps their second-best-kept secret (behind their six-dollar gulasch nights on Mondays). This month, the main theme is Schlocktoberfest; on Sunday, they’ll be showing Mel Brooks’ ever-hilarious 1974 flick Young Frankenstein (“Fronkonsteen,” “Eye-gor” and all), starting at 10:30pm. Afterwards, they’ll be paying tribute to Tony Curtis by showing a film of his (still TBD). Other films this month include next week’s classic The Evil Dead and, on Halloween night, Robert Rodriguez’s 2007 zombie flick Planet Terror.