Halloween Film Season 2021
28 Sep 2021
To get you in the mood for Halloween, Gulbenkian Arts Centre is screening an abundant selection of spooky treats! Mixing up a terrific potion of fang-tastic family favourites with terrifying new releases, head to Gulbenkian for spooky going’s on this autumn.
Fang-tastic Family Films including:
Bursting with colour and life, Pixar’s Coco is an extraordinary musical journey through the Land of the Dead. See it on Sunday 17th October at 3pm. Tickets £3.50pp.
Come along in your finest Halloween fancy dress and celebrate 20 years of the wizarding world on film with our anniversary screening of Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone on Sunday 31st October. Tickets £3.50pp. Plus join us in our cafe from 2pm to 3pm on October 31 for a Happy Halloween craft bonanza and immerse yourself in movie magic by crafting your own Harry Potter style school supplies before attending the film!
Everyone’s favourite spooky family is back in the animated comedy sequel The Addams Family 2 on Sunday 7th November at 1.30pm & Sunday 14th November at 3pm. Tickets £3.50pp.
Our Accessible Film Club Screening sees Joaquin Phoenix stars as iconic arch nemesis ‘The Joker” on Sat 30 Oct at 3pm. Tickets £5pp.
Killer Evening Screenings including:
Ghosts, giants, thieves, and schemers – that is what Gawain has to deal with in the epic fantasy adventure based on the timeless Arthurian legend The Green Knight on Saturday 16th and Thursday 21st October at 7pm. Tickets £8.95 (Concessions available)
In a documentary that reaches terrifying heights, The Alpinist is a fascinating and thrilling investigation into visionary climber Marc-Andre Leclerc on Saturday 30th October, 7pm. Not a film for the faint of heart or those scared of heights! Tickets £8.95 (Concessions available)
For our horror film fans about there, expect plenty of gory thrills and a bonkers twist from Malignant on Sunday 31st October. The latest creation from ‘Conjuring’ universe architect James Wan. Tickets £8.95 (Concessions available)
Catch the update of the classic 1990s film that has become the latest black horror hit, Candyman on Tuesday 2nd November. This new take, produced by Jordon Peele and directed by rising star Nia DaCosta, gives the franchise a significant overhaul making Candyman is a brilliant horror that addresses issues such as racial injustice and gentrification. Tickets £8.95 (Concessions available). Candyman is part of the weekly 2ForTuesday deal at Gulbenkian where Students and Under 25s can get 2 tickets for the price of 1.