Scary Halloween screenings in Edinburgh
The makers of ‘Coraline’ double down with this beautifully-animated kids' zombie adventure, screening at the Filmhouse the Sunday before Halloween.
The Dead by Dawn horror festival, ususally held in April, emerges from its crypt to present a back-to-back horror double. Part one is this Vincent Price-starring chiller from 1953, which holds the dubious honor of being the first 3D colour film produced by an American studio.
The Usher Hall hosts its traditional Halloween party by presenting another silent horror classic with live accompaniment from its impressive organ (stop sniggering). Ths year it's FW Murnau's 'Nosferatu' (1922), one of the earliest adaptations of 'Dracula' - remeber and dress up in period garb to get into the full spirit of things.