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Halloween at Ben & Jerry's

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by Roy Chambers (subscribe)
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Watch movies with the stars and bats
On all hallows eve monsters and ghosts will prowl the land looking for victims. Don't worry Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream plans to protect you by holding a horror movie Halloween party this Friday as part of their Open Air Cinema.

There will be two horror movies, but not too scary. This should distract the ghouls and ghosts. DJ Mikey will entertain the living and the undead equally. Don't forget to dress up to fool the demons and devils that you are one of them.

The movies

What We Do in the Shadows has been described as one of the funniest mockumentaries around. Follows a group of vampires living in a share household coming to turns with changing to cope with the modern world and hipsters.

What we do in the shadows
What we do in the shadows


On the other hand Dracula Untold is a big budget Hollywood action movie that takes the angle that maybe Dracula was not such a bad guy, but instead was forced to become a vampire because of circumstances. Obviously not based on the historical Vlad the Impaler. Expect, instead, a good fun over the top action movie.

Dracula Untold
Dracula Untold


The Music[/B/]

DJ Mikey will be laying down some old school hip hop, nu disco beats and classic retro from about 5 pm.

DJ Mikey
DJ Mikey


[B]Dress up for Halloween


If you are coming out for a horror movie why not dress up as your favourite movie horror character and get into the spirit of the evening.
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Why? Horror movies with the stars and bats on Halloween
When: Live music from 5pm, first movie at 6:15 pm, Second from 8:30 pm
Where: Rainforest Green, South Bank Parklands, opposite the city and near the Wheel of Brisbane.
Cost: Adult tickets from $17, concession from $13 (prices are for one movie session only)
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