Cineplex Halloween Movies You Can Watch In Theatres Are Such Classics

Spooky season is upon us! To celebrate, Cineplex Halloween movies are being shown in theatres across the country and there are a bunch of classics to watch.

While celebrations for this scary holiday might be a little different this year, you can still enjoy some of the most beloved spooky films.

The movie giant is playing classics like Hocus Pocus and Halloween in places where theatres are open so grab your popcorn and be ready to get scared.

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6 Halloween classics that you can watch in theatres this year

There are six festive films in the line up this year. 

You can catch showings of Beetlejuice, Corpse Bride, Hocus Pocus, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Gremlins and Halloween.

However, it all depends on the rules in your region. For example, in Ontario, there are more restrictions in some areas which include the closure of indoor theatres.

If you live in those places, that means you either have to stay home and stream the classics or you can catch spooky films like Friday the 13th and Hocus Pocus at open-air cinemas or drive-ins.

If scary movies aren't your things there are lots of other activities to do to celebrate Halloween this year like a haunted drive and a haunted escape train or something not so scary like picking your own pumpkin.

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