Halloween happenings 2014

Spooky goings-on around the UK.

by Jennie Kermode

We look at the scary films you can get your teeth into this Halloween Week.

Aberdeen

Belfast

Birmingham

  • 31st The Cat And The Canary, with live music, Town Hall.
  • 31st Nosferatu, Town Hall.
  • 31st The Exorcist, the Electric Cinema.
  • 31st Ring, the Electric Cinema.

Bristol

  • 31st Frightfest All Nighter: ABCSs Of Death 2, The Pact II, The Editor, Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter, Last Shift, Watershed.

Brynmawr

Cardiff

  • 31st Alien and Aliens, the Vue.
  • 31st Motley Movies: Ring, Portland House.

Derby

Dundee

  • 30th Dundead: The Ghost Train, with live piano music, DCA.
  • 31st Halloween, the Odeon.
  • 1st Dundead: Piranha, DCA.
  • 2nd Dundead: The Howling, DCA.

Eastbourne

Edinburgh

  • 30th Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde, with live piano accompaniment. 1920s dress preferred. Usher Hall.
  • 30th Evil Dead 2, the Cameo.
  • 1st Frightfest All Nighter: The Editor, ABCs Of Death 2, Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter; The Pact 2; Last Shift, the Cameo.

Glasgow

London

  • 27th The Lost Boys, Hot Tub Cinema.
  • 28th Creepshow, Prince Charles Cinema.
  • 29th Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Tub Cinema.
  • 30th 28 Days Later, Hot Tub Cinema.
  • 31st Halloween, Prince Charles Cinema.
  • 31st Trick R Treat, Prince Charles Cinema.
  • 31st Psycho, followed by a Bates Motel Ball, Union Chapel.
  • 2nd The Craft, Hot Tub Cinema.

Manchester

Newcastle

Sheffield

York

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