Special Halloween Movie Screenings in Los Angeles 10/24-10/26

Here’s a list of more spooky Halloween movies being screened around the Los Angeles area as of tomorrow, Friday the 24th through Sunday. Enjoy!

October 24

Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! On the 30th anniversary of its original release, Santa Monica’s most beloved classic movie cinema, the Aero, will host a special showing of the 1980’s blockbuster hit, Ghostbusters! Tickets are $11 for non-members and $7 for members.

October 25

If you missed last weekends screening of 80’s cult classic, Beetlejuice, then you’re in luck!  As if watching a movie in a cemetery isn’t creepy enough, Cinespia will be showing Beetlejuice at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery! Tickets are $14 and will sell out quickly so be sure to grab yours right away.

The Egyptian Theatre celebrates the 95th anniversary of the newly restored art decco horror classic, The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari. Hailed as one of the first films to feature a “twist ending”, you’re sure to lose yourself in the plot full of hypnosis, murder and an ethereal beauty. Tickets are $11.

If you’re in the Glendale area and are looking for a Halloween movie that leans more towards “funny” than “gory”, head to the historic Alex Theater for a screening of the slapstick comedy, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein! There will be screenings both at 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm with a special appearance by Lou Costello’s daughters, Chris and Paddy, who will talk about their father and the film before the 2:00 pm screening. Tickets are $15.

The Aero in Santa Monica will be showing not one, not two, but seven classic horror films in a row as part of its annual Dusk to Dawn Horrorthon! This years selections include classics from the 1970’s and 1980’s including Creepshow, Gargoyles, The Thing, The Night of a Thousand Cats, Basket Case, Zombie Holocaust and The Deadly Spawn. Coffee will be provided courtesy of Pete’s Coffee, Monster Energy drinks will be provided courtesy of Hansen’s Beverage and prizes and giveaways will be provided courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment! Tickets are $20.