If your teen Halloweens involved scary movie slumber parties more than...actual parties, The Standard High Line may have the ultimate indulge for you. Starting Friday, the hotel will host Sleep-in Cinema, its annual viewing weekend of iconic (but not too scary) horror favorites like The Craft and The Witches and Scream, all screened for audiences on Casper mattresses.
You can book a full bed (two people, $70), queen (three people, $90) or king-size (four people, $110), purchase movie concessions and some beer/wine, and settle in for the show. And considering the fact that the lineup heavily features Anjelica Huston and Neve Campbell, we give our hearty approval. Here's the schedule:
Friday, October 27
8pm, The Craft: No other movie has inspired the aesthetic of the millennial Williamsburg woman than this witchy classic.
11:30pm, Poltergeist: Don't worry: It's not the 2015 version!
Saturday, October 28
11am, The Addams Family: Christina Ricci. Angelica Huston. Cousin It. That is all.
4pm, Ghostbusters: A New York staple.
9pm, Carrie: Still too triggering!
Sunday, October 29
11am, The Witches: Easily the most terrifying movie on this list.
4pm, Scream: Because nothing says 1996 like Neve Campbell decking Courtney Cox.
9pm, A Nightmare on Elm Street: Just be glad this screening is on a bed, and not in a bathtub.
Some screenings are sold out, but you can still get tickets for the rest here.