Top spots to see horror films this month in L.A.

It’s Halloween month, and you suddenly have an urge to watch horror movies every day! Maybe not every day, but at least every week. And there is a point where it gets boring to just sit at home in front of your TV – you want to make a special evening out of it. Good news for Angelenos – L.A. brings you the screenings of all the best horror movie classics in the greatest locations! Check out the following spots to see your favorite scary movies this month:

Rooftop Cinema Club – Horror Classics

Rooftop Cinema Club has become extremely popular! It does offer some of the best film lineups in the city. For Halloween month, Rooftop’s screenings include horror classics like Poltergeist, The Fly, The Exorcist, Nightmare on Elm Street, Beetlejuice, Carrie, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. They are even screening Friday the 13th on the actual Friday the 13th! Both locations, LEVEL in DTLA and Montalban Theatre in Hollywood, feature all of those films and more. Check out the schedule here.

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres – Screamfest, October 10-19

17th year of Screamfest also brings you horror film classics from the U.S. and foreign ones. Enjoy all kinds of subgenres like mainstream horror, indie horror, old-school horror and more. As a bonus, you will get to see some of the horror film stars and directors! On October 19, there is a “Romero-thon” with screening s of Day of the Dead, Creepshow and a free screening of Night of the Living Dead. Check out the full schedule here.

Melrose Rooftop Cinema

Melrose Rooftop Cinema has on the greatest locations in the city! Grab a Halloween-themed cocktail at E.P. /L.P. beforehand, and then settle in for an evening of a great horror movie (whichever one you choose). This month, Melrose Rooftop is screening The Lost Boys, Hocus Pocus, Scream and the Silence of the Lambs. Have any plans on the actual Halloween night? The most relevant horror film of this year, IT, is screening on October 31st. Keep in mind that they are screening the original, 1990 miniseries, which is definitely a great idea for this spooky night. Find the full schedule here.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

There is no better place to watch a horror film than a cemetery! On October 21, Cinespia is screening Romero’s Night of the Living Dead – the zombie movie. Pack a picnic and settle in at Hollywood Forever Cemetery among the dead. Sounds lovely, doesn’t it?

Comments ( 0 )

    Leave A Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *