Triangle To-Do: Celebrate scary movies at Koka Booth Amphitheater

Posted on 10/22/14 No Comments


It’s almost Halloween, which means most parents are already at the store buying more candy because they ate the first couple of bags themselves (we’ve been there) and posting pictures of their little ones in pumpkin patches.

But if you’re looking for a little more adult-themed fun before it’s time to get the kids dressed in their costumes, Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheater has your answer: three consecutive nights of horror movies on the outdoor screen.

Starting tomorrow night, Thursday 10/23 and running Friday and Saturday as well, fans of fear can enjoy “Pet Sematary,” the tendon-tearing adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel; the family friendly “Monsters University,” and then on Saturday, the highly under-rated and quite scary, “The Conjuring,” which draws from the true-life stories of a married couple in the 1970s who investigated paranormal events around the country. Older children can see Saturday’s film, although it does provide a few good frights. Don’t bring anyone less than 12-years-old.

The movies start at 8:00 p.m. each night and you can bring food, beer, wine as well. And they’ll be some other events each evening, inluding a haunted house that’s kid-friendly.

That’s a good night out.

Find more information on Koka Booth’s website.

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