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Werewolves Vs Vampires Double Bill At Picturehouse Central

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An American Werewolf In London and The Lost Boys Double Bill at Picturehouse Central on Saturday 29 October.

Join us this Halloween for a howling, two-fanged double bill!

Come dressed in your best vampire or werewolf costume for a Double Bill of the awesome 80s horror cult classics An American Werewolf In London and The Lost Boys (35mm).

After the films, hang about in the bar as we’ll be serving Halloween cocktails and playing a spooky playlist into the early hours!

We’ll also be offering a prize for the best dressed! One for the best Werewolf and another for the best Vampire!

We are sorry that we can no longer show What We Did In The Shadows as previously advertised.


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Enjoy a cinematic Halloween extravaganza like no other. Book now.


An American Werewolf In London (15)

David Naughton in AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, 1981.

Director: John Landis. 
Starring: David Naughton, Griffin Dunne, Jenny Agutter. USA 1981. 97 mins.

A true cult classic, John Landis’s groundbreaking An American Werewolf In London follows a young American tourist who is attacked by a werewolf on the Yorkshire Moors. After the attack he travels to London, where the transition takes its full gruesome toll. Heralded for its special effects and laced with dark humour, An American Werewolf In London is a landmark of the genre.


The Lost Boys (15)

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Director: Joel Schumacher. 
Starring: Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Feldman. USA 1987. 97 mins.

Relive the Californian vampire saga The Lost Boys, starring Jason Patric and Corey Haim as two brothers who move to the beach community of Santa Carla. Soon they become part of a hard-partying vampire gang led by Kiefer Sutherland. A staple of cult cinema, The Lost Boys is a wildly entertaining trip packed with iconic lines and moments plus a searing ’80s soundtrack.


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