SeaWorld to screen scary seasonal cinema at 'Flicks and Frights' drive-in events

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SeaWorld Orlando is continuing the drive-in movie nights it has been hosting since earlier this summer, but with a Halloween twist.

The new 'Flicks & Frights' series will be a regular weekend occurrence starting this Saturday and running through Halloween night, with scary movies screened in the SeaWorld parking lot.



F&F airs a more family-friendly film earlier in the evening and then a real nail-biter as a late show on the same night. (The Purge this close to the election! The Exorcist on theme park property!)

The full rundown of films are as follows:



Sept. 19
Hotel Transylvania
IT


Sept. 26
Ghostbusters

Oct. 2
Frankenweenie
The Purge


Oct. 10
Beetlejuice
Psycho


Oct. 17
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Corpse Bride


Oct. 23
Scream

Oct. 24
Casper
The Exorcist


Oct. 30
Friday the 13th

Oct. 31
Hocus Pocus
Halloween


Admission to Flicks & Frights is $40 per vehicle. Concessions are provided from local food tracks. For more information on screening times and purchasing tickets, visit here.


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