The Logan Theatre in Chicago brings back its “Horror Movie Madness” film series for the 7th year in a row. The venue's regular late night series tends to have horror and cult screenings throughout the year, but straight horror is guaranteed each night in October!
Horror Movie Madness 2018 runs October 2nd-31st, screening classic Halloween-themed movies and horror while bartenders whip up creepy cocktails in the lounge as fans gaze upon the horror posters around them. The theater itself will also be decorated with frightful delights.
Tickets are currently available for $9 each. Classics like Psycho, Young Frankenstein, Night of the Living Dead, The Shining, and more will be shown. A special screening of Nosferatu (1922) with talented organist Jay Warren will be $12.
Costumes are encouraged, especially on October 19th at the Logan's Annual Halloween Party at 8:30pm before the Beetlejuice screening, where winners of the costume contest can win prizes worth up to $250. Exclusive haunted brew by 3 Sheeps Brewing will be available.
There will be a free, family-friendly afternoon on Sunday, October 28th, of It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) and Casper Saves Halloween (1979).
- SE7EN (1995)
- A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)
- THE EXORCIST (1973)
- YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (1974)
- NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)
- PSYCHO (1960)
- FRIDAY THE 13th (1980)
- POLTERGEIST (1982)
- THE THING (1982)
- BEETLEJUICE (1988)
- THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE (1974)
- ROSEMARY'S BABY (1968)
- NOSFERATU (1922) (live organ accompaniment, $12)
- THE SHINING (1980)
- HALLOWEEN (1978)
The Logan Theatre is located at 2646 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647. Tickets go fast! On sale now at the box office and at thelogantheatre.com.
The Logan Theatre has established its programming as a mainstay in the Chicago cinema realm, showing a mix of new releases, 20th century favorites, cult classics, and independent premieres. Built in 1915, this 906-seat movie house sports vintage decor and includes a full bar & lounge. For nearly a century, The Logan Theatre has been an institution rooted in the tradition of neighborhood entertainment at the remarkable value moviegoers have come to know and love.