Showplace Cinemas will be hosting an October Movie Festival with some spooky films that you might want to see on the big screen.

With Halloween only a few weeks away, now is the time to watch some of the best horror movies to get you into the Halloween spirit. Of course, there are also many family-friendly spooky movies too. When you think about it, there are a lot of great movies in that genre to choose from. Some of my personal favorites include The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Conjuring Franchise, Hocus Pocus, Halloween, The Exorcist, and of course, Beetlejuice.

You are going to see a lot of these movies on streaming platforms and cable throughout the month of October, but nothing beats seeing them on the big screen at the movie theater. In some cases, you probably never had the chance to see some of these movies at the theater, so Showplace Cinema's October Film Festival will be an epic experience for you.

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Showplace Cinemas October Film Festival 2023

Showplace Cinemas has eight locations in southern Indiana, southern Illinois, and western Kentucky. All month long, you will be able to go to Showplace Cinemas to be a part of the October Film Festival. Showplace just released the lineup for this year, and it looks awesome!

October 6-12

The Witch

The Addams Family (2019)

October 13-19

The Lighthouse

Practical Magic

October 20-26



October 27- November 2



Oh, and here's the can watch these movies for only $5 all month long! That doesn't count all of the new horror movies that are coming out this month too, like the new Exorcist movie.

Plus, you can get some free popcorn at Showplace Cinemas throughout October too!

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