Houston’s Rooftop Cinema Club scares spooky new Halloween lineup

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If the return of pumpkin spice lattes and masses of candy, costumes and decorations in stores is any indicator, Houston is gearing up for Halloween.

Today, the city’s only rooftop cinema club launched its new lineup, perfect for keeping locals scared while taking in the panoramic views of the Post Oak skyline.

Uptown Rooftop Movie ClubThe new schedule will begin on October 4 at the popular local BLVD Place in Uptown. Guests who show up in their best Halloween costumes at any October screening will be treated to free candy to savor as they watch seasonal movies, another favorite, and even “Wooftop” screenings tailored to the needs of everyone. dogs.

This new schedule runs (appropriately) through October 31 with tickets now on sale; some screenings are already sold out, according to the cinema. As at the club, there is no shortage of themed evenings, including:

  • Fat Sing-Along: October 4
  • Wooftop Cinema Club”(Dogs invited and must be cleaned afterwards and kept on a leash) featuring Ratatouille and jurassic park: October 9 and 22
  • Subtitled screenings (for deaf and hard of hearing customers) with Coming to America, beetle juice, and Hocus Pocus: October 9, 15 and 25
  • BBack to the future Day (which marks the day of Marty’s fateful journey in Doc’s DeLorean): October 21
  • Scream double bill (back to back billing of Scream and scream 2 with discounts available for the second screening): October 28
  • People’s Choice – Stephen King (guests vote online to screen King): October 29

Naturally, all this culminates with the Halloween weekend with screenings from October 30 with favorites including Monsters Inc., Practical magic, a night screening of The Exorcist, The nightmare before Christmas, and, natch, the original Halloween from 1978.

Tickets (find them here) include a single seat with or without popcorn, a new ottoman option with popcorn, or an Adirondack chair that comes with popcorn and a side table to share at starting at $ 17.50 for adults and $ 13.50 for children under 12 during morning screenings, per release.

Here is the program of films for October:

October 4: Fat; Eternal Sunshine of the Flawless Spirit

October 5: La La Land; A Quiet Place, Part II

October 6: Cruel; Freddy

October 7: AND: the extraterrestrial; Urban cowboy; House party

October 8: The Goonies; I love Jones; Gatsby the magnificent

October 9: Ratatouille; Hocus Pocus; Coming to America

October 10: The Sandlot; Black Panther; Once upon a time … in Hollywood

October 11: A pretty woman; the land of zombies

October 12: Poetic justice; Half brothers

October 13: A Quiet Place, Part II; Get out

October 14: Corpse bride; Cruel; Donnie Darko

October 15: The nightmare before Christmas; beetle juice; Blade

October 16: Space Jam; The princess to marry; Top Gun; The thing

October 17: Night at the museum; Hocus Pocus; Death becomes her

October 18: Notebook; The lost boys

October 19: Ghost; Chainsaw Massacre

October 20: Index; Child’s play

21st of October : Back to the future; Hocus Pocus; Candy

October 22: The Addams family; Jurassic Park; Friday 13

October 23: Paranorman; Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone; beetle juice; Fighting spirit

October 24: Casper; Labyrinth; The Rocky Horror Picture Show

October 25: Hocus Pocus; This

October 26: Edward Scissorhands; Carrie

October 27: The job; The Bayou of Eve

October 28: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets; Scream; scream 2

October 29: Coraline; To be determined (audience’s choice); Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight

October 30: Monsters Inc.; Halloween town; Practical magic; The Exorcist (Dramatic cut)

October 31: The nightmare before Christmas; Hocus Pocus; Halloween


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