Halloween fans get ready because seven cult classics such as The Evil Dead and Carrie are part of a horror-flick lineup that will scare up some hauntingly good fun this fall.  

Super horror movie fans who love blood and gore, suspense, mystery, and monsters can get their fill during an exclusive nationwide screening, including El Paso featuring old-school classics such as the double feature of the original Dracula and Frankenstein.  

This year, celebrate the anniversaries of the films that defined and reimagined the horror and suspense genre, including:  

The Invisible Man and The Wolfman (1931) - 90th Anniversary 

Celebrating its 90th anniversary, The Invisible Man and The Wolfman, two of the original horror monsters, return to the big screen.

Dracula and Frankenstein (1931) - 90th Anniversary 

For almost a century, Dracula and Frankenstein have arguably been the two most famous monsters in horror, and now you can catch the original films on the big screen.

Carrie (1976) – 45th Anniversary 

Suspenseful and creepy, based on Stephen King's spine-chilling thriller, Carrie will hit theatres this year in celebration of its 45th anniversary.

The Evil Dead (1981) – 40th Anniversary  

The first of Sam Raimi's trilogy, the cult classic horror film, The Evil Dead, is back to terrorize audiences once again.

Silence of the Lambs (1991) – 30 Anniversary

It's been thirty years since we've followed Clarice into that jail cell to meet Hannibal Lecter, and now we can relive that moment once again at the movies.

Scream (1996) – 25th Anniversary 

Wes Craven, one of the masters of horror, single-handedly brought back the slasher-horror genre with this modern horror classic, plus let's not forget that Drew Barrymore gets taken out in the first five minutes of the film.

Amityville 4: The Evil Escapes

Based on the true crimes of Ronald DeFeo Jr., Amityville returns in part four to scare the living daylights out of us.

El Paso's Blue Moon Drive-In

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