We may be biased, but we think we’ve kicked it out of the pumpkin field with our listed films.
We've made sure to collate an absolute feast of frights offering the perfect level of quakes and shakes for pretty much everyone.
If you like your Halloween scares with a song, a laugh, a hot splash of red lipstick or if you're more of an old school Scream seeker, you couldn’t be in better hands.
Saturday 28th October 2pm: Hocus Pocus (PG)
We kick things off on Saturday 28th October at 2pm with the ultimate Halloween family favourite, Hocus Pocus. We couldn’t possibly begin to think about celebrating the witchiest time of the year without including this Bette Midler tour de force. Rated PG this film is suitable for all of the family, let Hocus Pocus put a spell on you all this Halloween!
Saturday 28th October 6pm: The Lost Boys (15)
Saturday 28th October is vampire night and never have vampires been more cool. Sam and his older brother Michael are all-American teens with all-American interests. But after they move with their mother to peaceful Santa Carla, California, things mysteriously begin to change. Michael's not been himself lately. And Mum's not going to like what he's turning into. It's up to Sam and Santa Carla's very own vampire hunters the Frog brothers to bring Michael back. The Lost Boys (15) re-shapes vampire tradition, deftly mixing heart-pounding terror, rib-tickling laughs and a body-gyrating rock soundtrack.
Saturday 28th October 10pm: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (15)
We finish off night one of our drive-in extravaganza with the genre defying work of art that is The Rocky Horror Picture Show (15). This is a not to be missed opportunity to see this cultist of cult classics on the big screen, so dammit Janet, why not head over to the Frankenstein Place and get Timewarping with the best of them.
Sunday 29th October 2pm: The Addams Family (PG)
On Sunday 29th October we open with a firm Halloween family favourite. They're creepy and they're kooky...but that's why we love them. Grab your chance to see The Addam's Family on the big screen in all their spooky glory. Amidst all the wicked pranks and ghoulish games, an imposter turns up at the Addams family mansion claiming to be a long lost relative. What could possibly go wrong?
Sunday 29th October 6pm: Shaun of the Dead (15)
Shaun of the Dead is our early evening Sunday 29th of October screening and who knew a romantic comedy played out against a zombie apocalypse could be so much fun. With gore and laughs in equal measure this zom rom com will have you rooting for the unlikeliest of heroes...as soon as he realises something's wrong, that is.
Sunday 29th October 10pm: Scream (15)
We wrap up the weekend with Wes Craven's 1996 original slasher movie which launched one of the most successful horror franchises ever. And it's still going strong. After a series of mysteries deaths befalls their small town, Sydney Prescott and her friends have to quickly learn the "rules" of horror films when they find themselves living in a real life one. With the masked killer targeting Sydney, who can she really trust? Do you like scary movies? Oh, come on, we already know you do!
Monday 30th October 7pm: The Ring (15)
On Monday 30th October we're turning up the scares. Kicking things off at 7pm is The Ring (15). Never has VHS been more terrifying. Naomi Watts is on the hunt for a videotape responsible for the deaths of a group of teenagers...no seriously, bear with us! This is a real race against time which terrifies us in the daylight. Good luck out there in the dark!
Monday 30th October 11pm: IT (15)
On Monday 30th October we're turning up the scares. Screening at 11pm and quite possibly this is one only for the seriously committed horror aficionados out there, we have IT. Nothing screams Halloween more than balloons and clowns. Just remember to keep those car windows closed.
Tuesday 31st October 7pm: Rear Window (PG)
On Tuesday 31st October we're turning up the scares. Spend Halloween in the company of the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. We ease into Halloween with a true cinema classic. Starring two of Hitchcock's favourite actors James Stewart and Grace Kelly, Rear Window is a masterclass in cinematic storytelling. From his Greenwich Village courtyard apartment, a photographer, recuperating from a broken leg watches over his neighbours becoming more and more convinced that one of them has committed murder. If you prefer your Halloween with less gore and screams, then this is the perfect film for you.
Tuesday 31st October 11pm: A Nightmare On Elm Street (18)
On Tuesday 31st October we're turning up the scares. Bringing our Halloween Drive-In Cinema extravaganza to a terrifying close is the ultimate in horror villains. Nancy Thompson and a group of her friends are being tormented in their dreams by clawed killer Freddy Krueger. But who is Freddy? And why has he come after them? It's a late one, so don't you dare fall asleep... When he has you in your sleep, who is there to save you?
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