Put the Scream in Your Halloween with ‘Annabelle Creation’ at UTEP’s Friday Night Flick
UTEP’s Friday Night Flick movie series embraces Halloween this Friday night with a low-cost screening of the supernatural horror film Annabelle: Creation.
Annabelle: Creation is the fictionalized origin story of the haunted doll from The Conjuring, but did you know the doll is real and that it really is demonic? Oh yeah, that Raggedy Ann doll ain't normal. You can read up on the doll's haunted history here.
And watch the movie for a couple of bucks on Friday, Oct. 27, at the Union Cinema located on the first floor of UTEP’s Union Building East. You don’t have to be a UTEP student to attend, either; all screenings are open to the public.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with the movie starting promptly at 6 p.m.
Ticket Prices & Concessions
General admission tickets are $3, $2 for students, faculty, staff, and alumni members.
Soft drinks and snacks will be available at the concession stand for a few bucks.
Outside food and drink is not allowed.
Parking at the UTEP Sun Bowl Parking Garage or S-1 parking lot is free. The parking garage is located near the corner of Sun Bowl Drive and University Avenue next to the University Book Store. The S-1 parking lot is at the corner of Schuster Avenue and Hawthorne Street. Click HERE for visuals and map.