[image-1]Joining Regal Cinema locations across the country, Mt. Pleasant’s Cinebarre presents Horror Fest 2017, a month-long event featuring classic horror films. Every Monday and Tuesday through October head to Cinebarre for movies screening at 7 and 10 p.m. Tickets are $5 for one screening and $10 for a double feature. Read on for the full schedule.

Mon. Oct. 2, Suspiria (1977)
Suzy travels alone to Germany to attend ballet school where she discovers that things aren’t what they seem. (Spoiler: a bunch of people start to die).

Tues. Oct. 3, Fright Night (1985)
Charley Brewster thinks that his next-door neighbor is a vampire. Thing is, no one believes him.

Mon. Oct. 9, DOUBLE FEATURE, The Dead Zone (1983) / Pet Sematary (1989)
Johnny Smith awakens from a coma after several years to discover that he has powers (duh). / A buried cat returns to life with a not so great personality. When a child dies soon after, some people aren’t so sure he should be buried near the same pet cemetery.

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Tues. Oct. 10, The Monster Squad (1987)
This flick adds a little comedy to the horror genre with members of a monster fan club meeting Count Dracula, Wolfman, Frankenstein, the Mummy, and Gill Man.

Mon. Oct. 16, DOUBLE FEATURE, King Kong (1933) / Them! (1954)
The original King Kong, y’all. A film crew travels to a tropical island and a very large gorilla takes a liking to their female star. /  People are troubled by what turn out to be giant ants mutated by atomic radiation.

[image-2] Tues. Oct. 17, A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Freddy Krueger is a midnight mangler preying on teenagers in their dreams — and in real life.

Mon. Oct. 23, DOUBLE FEATURE, Cat People (1982) / Videodrome (1983)
Irena has a family secret, one that may rear its ugly head as she finds herself in a love triangle of sorts with a zoologist .. and her brother. / “Videodrome” is a reality TV show dedicated to torture and punishment and president of a trashy TV channel Max Renn wants in on the viewers. He sends his girlfriend to audition. She doesn’t return.

Tues. Oct. 24, Jaws (1975)
Horror? Sure. Sharks can and will kill you, and you’ll always need a bigger boat.

Mon. Oct. 30 & Tues. Oct. 31, The Shining (1980)
Double the fun for Stephen King’s classic, The Shining. All work and no play for two nights in a row!

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