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There'll Be A Series Of Horror Movie Screenings In The City Centre Later This Month

By Brian Dillon

October 11, 2019 at 1:24pm

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Are you in the spirit to get spooky this Halloween? Of course you are.

And if you didn't know, the Bram Stoker Festival is about to be in full swing. Kicking off on Friday, October 25, this year's festival will see a series of fun and freaky events happen around the city until Monday, October 28.

And one of the events that has people buzzing this year is the series of super spooky outdoor screenings happening in Metting House Square in the heart of Temple Bar. And of course, they can only happen once the sun goes down, justy to add that extra eery feel to it.

After they put it to a public vote, festival organisers announced what movies will be screened during the bank holiday weekend.

At 8pm on Friday, October 25, there'll be a screening of The Craft, which follows "a coven of outcast teenage girls starts practising magic in an attempt to exert some power using supernatural means."

Then, on Saturday, October 26, there'll be a screening of iconic '80s An American Werewolf In London.

And finally, on Sunday, October 27, there'll be a screening of another '80s thriller, this time The Lost Boys.

Now, this isn't just any series of movie screenings. To keep in line with the theme of the whole event, guests are encouraged to dress up in their spookiest get-ups.

Tickets cost €16 (including the €1 booking fee) and can be bought here.

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