Your guide to spooky and scary film screenings in London around Halloween 2018.
FILMS AT THE EXHIBIT: The Exhibit in Balham has film screenings lined up throughout October, with the likes of Hocus Pocus, 28 Days Later and A Quiet Place on the line-up. From £7, book ahead, throughout October
THE GRAND'S HALLOWEEN MOVIE NIGHTS: Corpse Bride, Rocky Horror, Ghostbusters and Hocus Pocus are all on the bill at The Grand in Clapham, with live dance shows, costume competitions, confetti and themed cocktails thrown in the mix. From £5, book ahead, 23-29 October
TEEN HORROR FILM MARATHON: Legendary Leicester Square cinema Prince Charles has a Teen Horror Pyjama Party. Age 18+. Settle in for 11 hours of horror films dating between 1996 and 2000, including Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and Final Destination. £20, book ahead, 26 October
JOHN CARPENTER FILMS: Watch six films directed by John Carpenter in one mammoth screening at Prince Charles Cinema. Escape From New York, The Fog and The Thing are among the films on the programme. Age 18+. £20, book ahead, 26 October
LIVE SCORE: Nomad Cinema is pitching up at LSO St Luke's (Old Street) for a screening of 1920 German silent horror film The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, accompanied by a live musical score. £15, book ahead, 26 October
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM: This South Kensington museum is hosting classic horror film screenings including The Blair Witch Project and The Silence of the Lambs. £26.50, book ahead, 28-29 October
GHOSTBUSTERS: The Kensington branch of Dirty Bones hosts a film night in its underground digs, screening 1984 classic Ghostbusters, with limited edition Halloween cocktails and sweet treats thrown in. £15, book ahead, 31 October
ROCKY HORROR: It wouldn't be Halloween without the Rocky Horror Picture Show making at least one appearance. Watch the 1975 horror film at Greenwich Picturehouse, telling the bizarre story of a couple whose car breaks down at night. £13.70, book ahead, 31 October. It's also on at Picturehouse Central, but it'll cost you £16.50 there.
BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE: It's more of a rom-com than an out-and-out horror, but 1958 film Bell, Book and Candle features a witch who casts a spell on her neighbour to make him fall in love with her. Showing at Regent Street Cinema. £12, book ahead, 31 October
PEDAL POWERED CINEMA: Watch a screening of zombie film 28 Days Later... that you're powering yourself. Twelve static bikes will be set up close to the screen where members of the audience can use pedal power to keep it going (deckchairs also available). £12, book ahead, 31 October