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Halloween Agenda: The Classic Horror Fest Drive-In Movie


By Laura Chabal
20th Oct 2015

Psycho (1960) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Shown: Janet Leigh (as Marion Crane)

Halloween Agenda: The Classic Horror Fest Drive-In Movie

Horror movie fanatics will be treated to?all the classics (and we all know the oldies are the goodies) at?Tattersalls Country House Classic Horror Fest Drive-In movie nights from October 23rd to November 1st.?What better way to celebrate the Halloween season than snuggled up in a drive-in on a crisp autumn night?

Classics including The Shining (1980), The Exorcist (1971), Night of the Living Dead (1968) and Psycho (1960) feature?iconic?villains, the creepiest storylines and the best ‘scare the pants off you? scenes, all shown on the biggest mobile LED screen in the world.

There’s also some daytime family fun planned where kids can see?tamer matinee screenings of family favourites.

For more information on screening times and dates head over to the website tattersallscountryhouse.ie/driveinfilms.
Tickets are available from the website and cost €25 per car, regardless of the number of passengers.

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