We hold several midnight showings each term of horror, gore, and thriller films. Our "Midnight Frights" provide a unique atmosphere which you won't find anywhere else!
Films are shown at Midnight on the Saturday night in L3.
Our usual ticket prices and terms and conditions apply - and it may be a Saturday night, but please remember we cannot allow alcohol inside the theatre!
Sinister - Week 1
Horror movies have been running out of steam lately, and with the novelty of the 'found footage' films fast wearing off, it would seem Hollywood is running out of ideas fast. In this sense, Sinister offers new and intriguing themes and ideas which make it stand out from the sea of gore and scream scares that fill most scary movies at the moment.
However, the scenes do all have believable emotional impacts, and while the plot does strain at times to keep itself fresh, there is a certain dread throughout the whole film in knowing where it might be headed, and in the end you'll leave feeling a little, well, sinister.
Psycho - Week 4
Often viewed as one of his best films, the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock rose to unbelievable levels of fame after directing this hugely acclaimed horror classic. Loved by critics and fans alike, the film set the boundaries for all horrors and thrillers that came after it, keeping you on the edge of your seat throughout the film.
This film is a true cinematic masterpiece, often listed on the greatest horror lists of all time. If you've seen the classic, re-watch it in its glory on the big screen. If you haven't, you’re in for a suspenseful thrill ride.
Paranormal Activity 4 - Week 6
Just when you thought it was safe to turn your digital camera back on, the demon haunting begins again in the fourth instalment in the found-footage franchise, which is showing no signs of letting up.
When viewed with a group of friends, who are equally willing to let themselves get wrapped up in the proceedings, Paranormal Activity 4 can easily be one of the most enjoyable experiences that you have in the cinema this year. Injected with enough knowing humour to construct a false sense of hope, this addition to the franchise is perhaps the jumpiest and most intense instalment thus far.
The Shining [extended cut] - Week 8
"Here’s Johnny" and he's back on the big screen with neurotic, yet submissive wife Wendy (Shelley Duvall), and their preternaturally gifted son Danny (Danny Lloyd). When writer, Jack Torrence (Jack Nicholson), accepts a job as an out-of-season caretaker in the isolated Overlook Hotel, built on ancient Native American burial grounds, he uproots his dysfunctional family to spend the long winter living alone in the hotel. The manager's foreboding warning that the previous caretaker killed his family foreshadows the terrifying series of events that lead to Jack's steep descent into madness.
As a snowstorm traps them inside and supernatural forces begin to manipulate Jack's growing cabin fever, Wendy and Danny find themselves at threat from his escalating and unpredictable violence. Danny's psychic ability remains all that can save them from his father's brutal insanity.