Showcase Cinemas Is Screening A Special Halloween Series Including Hocus Pocus And The Exorcist
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With everything from the newest blood-curdling blockbusters to some of the most trusty Halloween classics, there's ample films to choose from - with tickets starting at just £5.
One such movie making its way to cinemas this year is Wolfwalkers, directed by Tom Moore and Ross Stewart.
Following an apprentice hunter attempting to find the wolf pack, the movie will be screening all Halloween weekend, alongside old school family favourite, Hocus Pocus.
You can also drop in to watch The Craft: Legacy, which is the sequel of the 1996 cult hit The Craft, about a covent of high school witches.
Meanwhile, hardcore horror fans can sink their teeth into, Rose Glass' Saint Maud - a psychological thriller about a nurse who becomes fixated with saving the soul of her patient, at absolutely any cost.
There's plenty other terrifying additions, too. Australian haunted house movie Relic will have you watching through your hands, as it chronicles the mission of a mother and daughter, travelling to find their missing grandma.
It wouldn't be Halloween without - you guessed it - Halloween, by John Carpenter. Plus, The Exorcist is also showing for just £5 a ticket.
James Dobbin, Director of Event Cinema for Showcase Cinemas said: "Many people will be celebrating Halloween differently this year, but to help keep the spooky spirit alive we are releasing an extensive list of scary films for all ages.
"We'll be screening a great selection of both timeless Halloween films and brand-new releases across the weekend so there truly is something for everyone. Spend your Halloween weekend at Showcase Cinemas, where we promise it will be all treats, no tricks!"
All Showcase sites are functioning with new Covid hygiene measures in place, with additional cleaning and multiple hand sanitising stations around the venues.
You can book tickets, and check out the full list of movies here.