Thursday, October 4, 2012

Cleveland Cinemas Serves Up a Ghoulish Slate of Films in October

[Press release from Cleveland Cinemas.]

October promises to be a terrifying month for movie-goers in Cleveland thanks to the scary line-up of spook-tastic films presented at various Cleveland Cinemas locations.

“Horror films have some of the most devoted fans,” says Ken Young, Director of Operations of Cleveland Cinemas. “While not everyone enjoys a good scare, the people that do can’t get enough of them! In addition to the major new horror releases this month like SINISTER and PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4, we are bringing some true classics back to the big screen.”

BEETLEJUICE – Michael Keaton stars as a ghostly coach trying to help two recently deceased souls scare off the new owners of their dream house in Tim Burton’s ghoulish comedy.
October 6th at midnight
Cedar Lee Theatre
Tickets $5
Dress in “goth” clothes like Wynona Rider’s character and receive a free 32oz popcorn.

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW – The ultimate cult classic about a transvestite mad scientist and the creature he creates.
Cedar Lee screening dates: October 6th, 27th and 28that midnight
Apollo Theatre screening date: October 12th at midnight
Plaza Cinemas at Chapel Hill screening dates: October 20th and 27th at midnight
Tickets $9 ($6 if you come in costume)
Live shadow cast performance at each showing.

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE – John Barrymore stars in the 1920 classic silent film version about a scientist who transforms into a murderous ghoul.
October 13th at midnight
Capitol Theatre
Tickets $5
Couples costume contest: Best Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde win a price package worth over $250.

12 HOURS OF TERROR – 3rd annual all-night horror movie marathon featuring THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, SLITHER, FRIGHT NIGHT, JAWS 3-D, TERROR TRAIN, SHAUN OF THE DEAD and a surprise secret screening.
October 20th 10PM – 10 AM
Capitol Theatre
Tickets $25 in advance ($30 day of show)
Admission includes continental breakfast.

GHOSTBUSTERS – Big-budget Hollywood comedy has never been better than in this hilarious classic about a group of paranormal scientists that starts a business to get rid of pesky spirits.
October 20th at 9:30 PM and midnight
Plaza Cinemas at Chapel Hill
Tickets $5

HALLOWEEN – John Carpenter’s horror masterpiece returns to the big screen for a special limited engagement that includes a new short documentary about the impact the film has had on the genre.
October 25th and 30th at 7:30 PM
Shaker Square Cinemas
Tickets $9

THE LOST BOYS – Two brothers are convinced that the new town they moved into is crawling in vampires.
October 26th at 9:30 PM, October 27th at 9:30 PM, October 31st at 7:10 PM
Plaza Cinemas at Chapel Hill
Tickets $5
Part of the 25th Anniversary 1987 Flashback Series.

THE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD IN 3D – George Romero’s original 1968 zombie classic is presented in a newly restored, colorized version in digital 3D.
October 27th at midnight and October 31st at 7:30 PM
Capitol Theatre
Tickets $10

DRACULA – Bela Lugosi stars in his career defining role as the notorious vampire. Presented from a new 2K digital print from Universal Pictures
October 28th at 10:00 AM
Capitol Theatre
Tickets $5
Part of the Sunday Classic Brunch and Movie Series. After the film, patrons can present their ticket stub at participating restaurants in the Gordon Square Arts District and receive a discount on brunch.

Tickets are available at the theatre box office and

Apollo Theatre, 19 E. College St., Oberlin
Capitol Theatre, 1390 W. 65 St., Cleveland
Cedar LeeTheatre, 2163 Lee Rd., Cleveland Hts.
Plaza Cinemas at Chapel Hill, 500 Howe Ave., Cuyahoga Falls
Shaker Square Cinemas, 13116 Shaker Square, Cleveland

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