Updated: Mar 30
Happy Hallo-days boos and ghouls! As we continue construction on our future main theater space in Beacon, NY, (which is coming along swimmingly, with many more improvements than we initially had planned), we wanted to make sure that you did not think we were forgetting about our favorite audience: people who LOVE scary movies.
This is our third year of hosting multiple scary movie pop-up events across Beacon, and our previous two years have been nothing short of wonderful. Each screening, (unless otherwise noted), is completely free and open to the public. And each of the hosting business locations will be supplying food and drink options for purchase throughout the screenings. So be sure to keep your eyes and ears open for special events and promotions happening throughout the coming months! It’s our favorite time of year and we have some truly fantastic flicks to share with you.
See you there!!!
-The Story Screen Family
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The legendary horror icon escapes his confines of Transylvania to London, where he wreaks nightmarish acts and becomes obsessed with a beautiful, young woman. (1931) Starring: Bela Lugosi, Dwight Frye, Helen Chandler, Edward Van Sloan and David Manners Directed by: Tod Browning and Karl Freund Rated UR Genre: Fantasy/Horror Runtime: 1h25m @Bannerman Island September 8th Snacks and drinks will be available. Ticket and Event Info
The Bride of Frankenstein
Dr. Frankenstein continues his experiments on reanimating the dead, alongside his former mentor Dr. Pretorius, while his Monster roams the area in search of meaning and friendship. (1935) Starring: Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Colin Clive, Ernest Thesiger and Valerie Hobson Directed by: James Whale Rated UR Genre: Drama/Horror Runtime: 1h15m @Bannerman Island September 15th Snacks and drinks will be available. Ticket and Event Info
An American Werewolf in London
When two friends backpacking through Britain are attacked by a large wolf, one awakens in the hospital to discover that he will turn into a werewolf on the next full moon and the other must do everything he can to try to stop it. (1981) Starring: David Naughton, Jenny Agutter, Griffin Dunne and John Woodvine Directed by: John Landis Rated R Genre: Fantasy/Horror Runtime: 1h37m @More Good October 1st Snacks and drinks will be available. Doors@7:30pm/Screening @8:00pm
After a near death experience, a man who can see and communicate with ghosts uses his newfound abilities to con homeowners into thinking he is an exorcist. But when Death himself comes to town and starts offing people left and right, he must use his skills to solve the mystery behind the supernatural killings. (1996) Starring: Michael J. Fox, Trini Alvarado, Jeffrey Combs, John Astin and Jake Busey Directed by: Peter Jackson Rated R Genre: Horror/Comedy Runtime: 2h3m @Harry’s Hot Sandwiches October 4th Snacks and drinks will be available. Doors@7:30pm/Screening @8:00pm
Returning to his old house to attend a dinner party held by his ex-wife and her new husband, a man begins to suspect there may be deadly motivations behind the invitation. (2015) Starring: Logan Marshall-Green, Michiel Huisman, Tammy Blanchard, Emayatzy Corinealdi and John Carroll Lynch Directed by: Karyn Kusama Rated R Genre: Horror/Mystery Runtime: 1h40m @Oak Vino October 8th Snacks and drinks will be available. Doors@7:30pm/Screening @8:00pm
A man and his girlfriend travel to meet her parents, whose accommodating and relaxed demeanor seems harmless at first, but slowly escalates to reveal something much more sinister and deadly for the couple. (2017) Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Catherine Keener and Caleb Landry Jones Directed by: Jordan Peele Rated R Genre: Horror/Thriller Runtime: 1h44m @Stock-Up October 11th Food, snacks and drinks will be available. Doors@7:30pm/Screening @8:00pm
Horror Shorts Vol. 3
Join us for an evening of curated horror short films from around the world and throughout the decades, specifically designed to make you cheer, laugh, cry, but most importantly, to scare the hell out of you. @Dogwood October 16th Food, snacks and drinks will be available. Doors@7:30pm/Screening @8:00pm
A murderer transports his soul into a doll using black magic in order to escape death, but finds that the only way to get out is by transporting it into the first person who learned he was alive: a young boy named Andy. (1988) Starring: Brad Dourif, Alex Vincent, Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon and Dinah Manoff Directed by: Tom Holland Rated R Genre: Horror/Slasher Runtime: 1h28m @Quinn’s October 22nd Snacks and drinks will be available. Doors@7:30pm/Screening @8:00pm