Celebrate Halloween with a scary movie marathon at Metro Cinema. Choose from family friendly classics like Ghostbusters and Hocus Pocus or scary movies like Candyman and Carnival of Souls.
The weekend ends with the eighth annual Halloween Metro Mash, a double-feature for the price of one. First up is Torture Garden, a 1967 British horror anthology film featuring short stories written by Robert Bloch, author of Psycho. Four people visit a fairground sideshow where the showman offers them a truly horrifying experience for an extra cost, but what he shows them is nothing that they would have expected. There is violent revenge, imposters and bloody betrayal.
Next up is Madhouse, a 1974 British horror film based on the 1969 novel Devilday by Angus Hall. The film follows Paul Toombes (Vincent Price), an actor most known for his role as Dr. Death, a skull-faced killer. Toombes has everything he wants in his life, including a franchise film series and an engagement to a young model, until a string of murders seemingly connect back to him. Expect revenge, insanity and plot twists.
Metro Cinema’s Halloween lineup is playing all weekend long with the first movies starting at 1:00 p.m. both days. The last showing starts at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday and 7 p.m. on Sunday.