Film choices in London for this All Hallow's Eve...

No shortage of film options to creep you out this Halloween week coming, including:

Juan of the Dead at Deptford Cinema

Deptford Cinema  Wednesday 2 November

When the zombie apocalypse begins in Havana, the media blame mercenary dissidents, but as the city burns, the survivors are quickly outnumbered by hordes of cannibalistic living dead.

Hackney Attic Film Festival: Halloween Special

Hackney Attic at Hackney Picturehouse Monday 31 October

Enjoy an evening of tales from the dark side with kitschy horror, spooky clowns, mummys, and all manner of unpleasant goings on. Highlights include Greg Jeffs' chilling It's All in Your Head and James Atkins' zombie flick, How I Ate Your Mother.

Picturehouse Halloween weekend  - Lost Boys+ An American Werewolf In London.

Picturehouse Central  Saturday 29 October

Two 80s horror classics for the price of one.

Prince Charles Cinema Horror all-nighter - Classic Horror vs Teen Horror.

Prince Charles Cinema, Saturday 29 October

Two different strands of all-nighter for horror nuts at London's chief repetory cinema, classic or teen.

The CLASSIC HORROR ALL-NIGHTER:
HALLOWEEN
THE EXORCIST
ALIEN
A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET
THE SHINING [US Cut]
THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE

Saturday 29th October 20:45 - Click Here for Tickets

TEEN HORROR PYJAMA PARTY - Click Here for Tickets

The TEEN HORROR PYJAMA PARTY:
THE CRAFT
SCREAM
I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER
URBAN LEGEND
THE FACULTY
FINAL DESTINATION

 

Science Fiction Theatre presents: The Mist

The Victoria, 451 Queensbridge Road, Monday 31st October

The good folks at the Science Fiction Theatre film club have a Halloween screening planned of Frank Darabont's 2007 adaptation of Stephen King's chilling, claustrophobic scifi horror novella THE MIST.

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