Halloween is the season for scary movies! Sitting in the dark, eating popcorn, safely nuzzled under a blanket, covering your eyes, when BOO!, you scream and the popcorn goes flying. And luckily, Los Angeles is full of horror film screenings! If you’re a fellow scary movie-lover, check out some of these great movie events around the city.
Talk about watching a movie on the big screen! All you Geeks need to head to The Greek Theatre for a screening of cult-favorite Shaun of the Dead. Dress as your favorite character for this fun movie event. Plus, all attendees get a free t-shirt! Get your tickets now, the event is Thursday October 26th.
Talk about watching a movie on the big screen! Head to The Greek Theatre for a screening of cult-favorite Shaun of the Dead. Try dressing up as your favorite character for this fun movie event so you can feel right at home. Plus, all attendees get a free t-shirt! Click here to get your tickets, the event is Thursday October 26th.
This modern take on a drive-in has two venues in LA, on the rooftops of buildings in downtown LA and Hollywood. Throw on the provided wireless headphones, snuggle into a desk chair, and prepare to be scared. Screenings for the rest of the month include Scream (Oct. 27), A Nightmare on Elm Street (Oct. 28) and The Shining and Halloween on Halloween Night. Great movies and great views, it’s the ultimate film experience.
Click here to purchase tickets for Rooftop Cinema Club.
And for all you Glendale Ghouls, the fabulous Aero Theatre movie marathon is a great choice. One ticket gets you a seat for this spooky sleepover, with over 8 feature films plus a series of shorts, and free food! Oh, and you also get free coffee all night long, in case the scares aren’t enough to keep you up. Movies include An American Werewolf in London, The Tingler, and Hack-O-Lantern. Check it out October 28th!
A cinephiles favorite theatre doesn’t disappoint during Halloween. The New Beverly, owned and programmed by Quentin Tarantino, has horror movie screenings every night, including on Halloween, in 35mm. Some favorites that will be screened include The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (the original scared the hell outta me in college), It Follows, and a special Halloween night screening of Roman Polanski’s Repulsion.
How brave are you and which of these screenings sounds most scarily fun?? Comment with your favorite Halloween movie - or any screenings I missed!