The parties may be canceled, but you can still get your scare on with these horror films on the big screen.
Bangkok's latest independent cinema hosts a special screening of the 1960 French-Italian horror movie Eyes Without a Face by director Georges Franju. The film follows a mad doctor who attempts a radical plastic surgery operation to restore the beauty of his daughter's disfigured face by kidnapping young women and stealing their faces for the transfer.
Tickets are B300 at the door.
Oct 29, Oct 30. 9pm. Saladaeng Soi 1, 094-125-9906. BTS Sala Daeng
The informal film-lovers club dedicates an evening to screening Kevin S. Tenney's 1988 film Night of the Demons paired with a guest appearance from the movie's line producer Don Robinson who'll be sharing anecdotes about the making of the film. The story follows three teenage girls who host a Halloween party in an abandoned graveyard when they accidentally unlock the spirit of a demon on the grounds.
Entry is free, but seat reservation is mandatory through www.fgc.in.th.
Oct 29, 8pm. 259/6 Sukhumvit Soi 22, 087-000-0795. BTS Phrom Phong
All week long, the restaurant-slash-wine bar-slash-cinema hosts screenings of some of Hollywood's scariest movies throughout the years, with selections including The Exorcist (1973), The Conjuring (2013), House of Wax (2005) and The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). For the full schedule, visit www.cinemawinehouse.com
Entry is free.
Through Oct 31. 59/61 Samsen Rd., 096-465-6526 and 083-554-0170