This Halloween, the Screen Cinema and Mother Club Discotheque, will be treating horror fans to an extra special screening of Brian De Palma’s supernatural horror Carrie. To get in the spirit, the audience is invited to dress up as the blood-splattered prom Queen Carrie or her crazy mother for this unique screening with surprises in store. Following the screening of Carrie, come to a very special, blood-soaked night at Dublin’s coolest club, Mother at Copper Alley. Keep your ticket stub to get in for €5, or come dressed as Carrie or Carrie’s mother for free entry*.
Brian De Palma’s commercial breakout, based on a novel by Stephen King, helped launch a whole slew of teen-based horror films, and Carrie the blood-spattered prom queen has taken her throne in the pantheon of modern American horror. High school girls played by Amy Irving (in her film debut), P.J. Soles, and Nancy Allen plot to avenge themselves on ostracized fellow student and budding telekinetic Carrie White (Sissy Spacek) after they get in trouble for pelting her with tampons. When they get popular boy Tommy Ross (William Katz) to be her date for the prom, the stage is set for some heart-rending cruelty and fiery retribution.
29th October 8.45pm
Tickets can be purchased in the Screen Cinema box office or online at www.screencinema.ie. This is a Club screenings and is strictly over 18s.
*Free entry before midnight only.