As the weather begins to cool, enjoy a relatively cheap kickback watching a movie on a Saturday afternoon at the International Museum of Art.

Not only is the flick free to see, admission to the museum is free as well. The movies, all carefully curated family favorites and timeless classics, are screened in the beautiful 168 seat auditorium inside the historic Henry Trost building the International Museum of Art calls home.

There's going to be a free movie every Saturday afternoon but one in October, each hosted by life long film fan, historian and collector Jay Duncan in association with Sunset Film Society. This month, in observance of the Halloween season, Duncan offers four noteworthy films that have stood the test of time as classics in the suspense genre.

Showtime is approximately 2:00 p.m. Theater popcorn, drinks, candy and snacks will be available for purchase.

The International Museum of Art, which located at 1211 Montana in the Turney Mansion, features artwork by local and national artists, as well as exhibits and artifacts from Africa and Asia.

October 1, 2016 – The Phantom of the Opera

The 1943 version of the classic Gaston Leroux novel, and the first sound version as well as the first to be shot in Technicolor.

October 8, 2016 – The Birds

The Alfred Hitchcock suspense thriller revolving around unexplained bird attacks. Starring Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy and Suzanne Pleshette.

October 22, 2016 – Hearts in Atlantis

Anthony Hopkins stars as a mysterious loner who becomes a mentor and father figure to a pre-teen boy while renting a room in the boy and his single mother's home. There, he enlists the boy's help in eluding the shadowy figures who seek control of his powers.

October 29, 2016 - Hotel Transylvania

Animated comedy-fantasy about Count Dracula and his hotel where the world's monsters can take a rest from human civilization. Featuring the voices of Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, Fran Descher, and David Spade.