When the end of October rolls around, the Hayden Orpheum will be asking quite the iconic question: do you like scary movies? And, if you don't, don't worry. They'll also be pondering another query: if frightening flicks aren't for you, do you like like horror-themed comedies?
From the sinister and unnerving to the amusing and quirky, the northside cinema's Halloween lineup has everyone covered, even those that aren't fond of jumps and bumps. Across three days in the lead up to the spookiest time of year, they'll be unleashing an anarchic zombie sequel, an unsettling 60s classic and an amusing 80s great as part of their Halloween Special.
Army of Darkness gets things started with a chainsaw and some comedy on October 26, for those keen on some Evil Dead fun 25 years after this third instalment's initial release. Then October 28 sees Rosemary's Baby hit the big screen again, fifty years after it first premiered. Finally, rounding it al out on All Hallow's Eve itself is the zany antics of Beetlejuice in a 30th anniversary session. Hitting up all three nights is a nostalgic movie buff's idea of Halloween heaven.