Monsters! Season at Light House Cinema

Monsters! Season at Light House Cinema

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Time Various
Date October 28th - October 30th
Location Light House Cinema

A season of films at Light House Cinema celebrating the Universal Monsters of the 30s.  Featuring the most iconic monsters of all time, we’re giving you the opportunity to catch them all big and scary on the big screen. In keeping with the gothic theme and due to popular demand we’re screening Bram Stoker’s Dracula, so prepare for more bustles and frilly blouses than you can shake a blood-soaked stick at. As always, theme dressing is encouraged.

Daytime screenings:

The Mummy | Saturday 29th October at 4:30pm

Boris Karloff’s stoic physicality is perfectly suited to his resurrected 3,700 year old mummified high priest on the hunt for his ancient love in 1920’s Egypt.

Tickets from €6.50 available from Light House Cinema.  Click here for online booking page.

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The Wolf Man | Saturday 29th October at 6:30pm

Lon Chaney – the so-called “man of a thousand faces” – stars as a man who returns to his home town and soon begins to exhibit very unusual symptoms after a vicious animal attack.

Tickets from €8.00 available from Light House Cinema.  Click here for online booking page.

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Frankenstein | Sunday 30th October at 4pm

Boris Karloff brings to life Mary Shelley’s iconic Frankenstein’s monster. James Whale directs this chilling and ultimately tragic horror about a megalomaniacal scientist who tries to create a man using dead body parts.

Tickets from €8.00 available from Light House Cinema. Click here for online booking page.

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Bride of Frankenstein | Sunday 30th October at 5:30pm

Not only a gorgeous-looking monster movie, this surprisingly poignant classic sees Frankenstein’s monster find himself a mate when he meets a scientist with his own ambitions of creating life from cadavers.

Tickets from €8.00 available from Light House Cinema. Click here for online booking page.

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For more information and additional film screenings at Monsters! Season at Light House Cinema, check out www.lighthousecinema.ie

 


Brought to you by:

  • Dublin City Council
  • Failte Ireland
  • Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht
  • Dublin UNESCO City of Literature
  • Project Arts Centre

In Association With

  • The Bram Stoker Estate
  • Airbnb