Spooky big-screen thrills

Pilbara News - - Lifestyle -

A spooky Hal­loween dou­ble screen­ing spe­cial will have you jump­ing with fright on Satur­day.

Start an evening of ter­ror with 2015 hor­ror, The Visit, be­fore flesh-eat­ing zom­bies take over in Shaun of the Dead.

In The Visit, Becca and brother Tyler say good­bye to their mother as they board a train and head deep into Penn­syl­va­nian farm coun­try to meet their grand­par­ents for the first time.

All seems well un­til the sib­lings start to no­tice strange be­hav­iour from the seem­ingly charm­ing cou­ple.

Once the chil­dren dis­cover a shock­ing se­cret, they be­gin to won­der if they’ll ever make it home — Rated M.

Shaun of the Dead is a 2004 Bri­tish hor­ror com­edy about Shaun, a 30-some­thing loser with a dull, easy ex­is­tence.

He lives with his slovenly best friend, Ed, in a small flat in Lon­don.

The only un­pre­dictable el­e­ment in his life is his girl­friend, Liz, who wishes des­per­ately for Shaun to grow up and be a man.

When the town is over­run by zom­bies, Shaun must rise to the oc­ca­sion — rated MA15+.

Be­gin­ning at 7pm, th­ese movies are per­fect Hal­loween thrills.

You can book your tick­ets and see what else is play­ing at www. moon­risecin­ema.com.au.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact the City of Kar­ratha events team on 9186 8555 or email events@ kar­ratha.wa.gov.au.

Pic­ture: Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios

Lon­don is over­run by zom­bies in Shaun of the Dead.

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