halloween at gft

Celebrate the spooky season in style with a freaky film at GFT. This year, their Halloween programme includes a chance to see definitive horror classic Nosferatu with a revamped live score by David Allison, Francis Ford Coppola’s visually stunning version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, a Late Night screening of The Thing in 4K, and more.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula – 30th Anniversary – 4K (18)

Francis Ford Coppola’s unforgettable version of the classic Dracula legend, back on the big screen in stunning 4K.


27 October

Nosferatu with Live Score (PG)

Using live music, samples and sound effects, David Allison’s version of Nosferatu is an entertaining, eerie and original take on one of cinema’s true classics.

the thing

28 October

Late Night: The Thing – 4K (18)

John Carpenter’s masterclass in relentless, terrifying, psychological horror.

hotel transylvania

29 October

Take 2: Hotel Transylvania (U)

Count Dracula’s daughter Mavis lives in Hotel Transylvania, but longs to leave and explore the world

29 October

Take 2 Access: Hotel Transylvania (U)

An autism-friendly screening of this family favourite, following Count Dracula’s adventurous daughter Mavis


29-30 October

Nosferatu – 100th Anniversary (PG)

Celebrate the centenary of the most influential horror film of all time, starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok.

the thing

31 October

The Thing – 4K (18)

See John Carpenter’s psychological horror about an alien infiltrator at an Antarctic compound on the big screen for Halloween

the shining

31 October

The Shining (15)

If you’re wondering if Kubrick’s classic still has the power to scare you – here is the perfect opportunity to find out…



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