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5 Open Air Cinema Movies to get your Halloween Feels on this October

5 Open Air Cinema Movies to get your Halloween Feels on this October

| On 23, Sep 2016

October is almost here and you know what that means? Time to cook some popcorn, find a blanket to hide under and grab your friends because Halloween is just around the corner! The Open Air Cinema located in South Bank’s Rainforest Green will host movies under the stars every night of the week and this October they are showing five classic ‘horror/fantasy’ films to get you in the mood for Halloween. Every Sunday will host a ‘Sundae Session’ which includes a free scoop of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, live music and games – that really is the cherry on top.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show:
The first movie to get you in the mood is The Rocky Horror Picture Show! This 1975 cult classic will have you singing and dancing all night long. Join Tim Curry and Susan Sarandon in the Time Warp this October. Don’t forget to dress up as your favourite character… “Dr Scott! Janet! Brad! Rocky! Dr Scott! Janet! Brad!”
When: Sunday 16th October @ 7:30pm.
Cost: $20

Join the late musical genius David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly and a handful of puppets in the ultimate fantasy film, Labyrinth. Sing along to Bowie classics and enjoy the mystery of the labyrinth. Although, not exactly a ‘horror’ flick, Labyrinth is a magical film that literally moves time and space.
When: Tuesday 18th October @ 7:00pm.
Cost: $18

Labyrinth 2016

Blair Witch:
Halloween wouldn’t be Halloween without a witch, right? James and his friends explore the ‘Blair Witch’ woods where he thinks his sister, who he is searching for, had demonic experiences in. Hold your friends close while viewing this found footage style epic.
When: Saturday 29th October @ 7:00pm.
Cost: $18

Another great cult classic to really make you scream this Halloween. With blood, betrayal and a big body count, Sydney Prescott (Neve Campbell) is the last one left standing in this film focused on a serial killer intent on murdering the high school students of Worsborough.
When: Sunday 30th October @ 7:00pm.
Cost: $20

Scream 2016

On November 1st Halloween will be over for another year, but don’t get too down because Open Air Cinema will be playing the sci-fi classic ‘Alien’ to give you one last scare before the Post-Halloween blues set in. Watch Sigourney Weaver battle unknown alien predators in this 1979 classic.
When: Tuesday 1st November @ 7:00pm.
Cost: $18

For more information and to book your tickets, visit the Open Air Cinemas website here.
Image Credit: Open Air Cinema Website.