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Edinburgh International Film Festival launch Halloween drive-in movies programme

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Even though Halloween might be cancelled for many of us this year, watching scary movies is certainly still on the cards.

Edinburgh International Film Festival and Unique Events have launched a four-day Halloween movie programme between October 29 and November 1.

The programme features a number of horror films as well as pre-film activities and prizes.

Showing at Edinburgh Airport, tickets are now on sale with a programme of cinema classics including Ghostbusters, Jaws, The Lost Boys and Halloween alongside family favourites such as E.T., Coco and Jurassic Park.

Schedule:

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29

6.30pm GHOSTBUSTERS, 1984 (captioned)

10pm ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, 1975 (captioned)

FRIDAY 30 OCTOBER

6.30pm THE LOST BOYS, 1987 (captioned)

10pm DONNIE DARKO, 2001


SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 31

10.30am COCO, 2017 (captioned)

2pm E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL, 1982 (captioned)

6pm JAWS, 1975 (captioned)

10pm HALLOWEEN, 1978


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1

10.30am HOCUS POCUS, 1993 (captioned)

2pm LABYRINTH, 1986 (captioned)

5.30pm JURASSIC PARK, 1993 (captioned)

9.30pm Public vote film via social media: PSYCHO / THE THING / THE EXORCIST / SCREAM


Tickets are available now at www.edinburghdrivein.co.uk, priced from £27.50 to £35.00 (+ booking fee) per vehicle for up to five people.