Enzian presents its “13 Films of Halloween” for 2012

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Enzian - 13 Films of Halloween

Dropped by Robert Miller

As we at Film Dropps know (and hopefully you cinema buffs, too), Enzian‘s hanging moss-covered cabin-like building is one of the go-to spaces in Central Florida for good film. And you horror movie junkies might be interested to know that Enzian has recently announced its “13 Films of Halloween” for 2012, including both cult classics, modern slashers and more.

Starting Wednesday, Oct. 3, with a Wednesday Fright Pitcher Show, featuring 2004′s Dawn of the Dead, and continuing on with cult classics and even comedy—via Abbott and Lou Costello—alike, this will be a great foray for some into the world of non-top-box-office horror hits for the season.

The lineup looks frighteningly varied, so there will be plenty of options for your racing heart to choose from.

Check out Enzian’s “13 Films of Halloween” lineup for 2012 below:

10/3 – DAWN OF THE DEAD (2004) (Wednesday Fright Pitcher Shows, 8 PM, FREE)

10/9 – FRIGHT NIGHT (1985) (Cult Classics, 9:30 PM, Only $5)

10/10 – PHANTASM (1979) (Wednesday Fright Pitcher Shows, 8 PM, FREE)

10/11 – ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1949) (Popcorn Flick, 8 PM, FREE)

10/13 – THE SHINING (1980) (Saturday Matinee Classics, noon)

10/13 – AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981) (Midnight Movie, 11:59 PM)

10/17 – CREEPSHOW (1982) (Wednesday Fright Pitcher Shows, 8 PM)

10/20 – ZOMBIE (1979) (Midnight Movie, 11:59 PM)

10/24 – THE DEVIL’S REJECTS (2005) (Wednesday Fright Pitcher Shows, 8 PM, FREE)

10/26 & 27 – V/H/S (2012, Magnolia Pictures new release) (Midnight Movie, 11:59 PM)

10/30 – THEATRE OF BLOOD (1973) (Cult Classics, 9:30 PM, Only $5)

10/31 – POLTERGEIST (1982) (Wednesday Fright Pitcher Shows, 8 PM, FREE)


Wed Sep 26

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