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It's Sure to be a SCREAM
Happy Halloween Kids, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Why didn't the skeleton attend the Halloween and Texas Chainsaw Massacre double feature at the New Globe Theatre? He didn't have the guts! But if you're a fan of frightfully scary seventies horror classics you're going to enjoy this spooktacular event on the 30th of October.
Don't worry if you feel a bit like the ghost who had no body to go with, you're sure to meet like-minded horror fans all dressed up in their scariest for the fright of their lives.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre - a Cut Above Modern Horror Movies
Thursday 27 October 6.15pm New Globe Theatre, 220 Brunswick St Fortitude Valley
Two controversial cult shockers are brought back to the big screen, uncut and uncensored!
Blood Feast (1963) An Egyptian caterer kills various women in suburban Miami to use their body parts to bring to life a dormant Egyptian goddess, while an inept police detective tries to track him down.
Young co-eds are being cut up by a chainsaw killer on a college campus. The killer is attempting to put together a human jigsaw puzzle made from body parts.
TICKETS: Two people for $15.00 (Strictly 18 )
Friday 28 October from 7pm
Padre bar, 598 Stanley St, Woolloongabba
Rotating entertainment such as horror cabaret numbers and spooky DJ, themed cocktails and more. Dress up and get in the spirit for Halloween - it's bound to be ghoulish!
Entry $5.00 per person (18 event)
Fans are Dying to See These Classics in a Real 70s Cinema
Sunday 30 October 1.30pm
New Globe Theatre, 220 Brunswick St Fortitude Valley
Spend the afternoon with two of the most influential and highly profitable independent horror films of all time. See the 1970s cult horror classics in an authentic Seventies cinema, with horror readings by Ghoul Shadows and spooky cabaret numbers by Drama Queen Productions.
Michael Myers is back to terrorise his hometown of Haddonfield... Starring a young Jamie Lee Curtis.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
An idyllic summer afternoon drive becomes a nightmare for a group of teenagers when they stumble on Leatherface and his family.
TICKETS: $18.00 per person (18 event)
Event organiser Kristian Fletcher says, "People like to be scared, and what better way than with an audience of like-minded people? Experience these movies with an audience - the way they were intended."