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Werewolves, Wizards, and Witches, Oh My
BFI Gothic Season
Image from whatson.bfi.org.uk
Halloween may be over, but there is no reason you can't still enjoy a good scary movie. At least the BFI Southbank don't seem to think so; their Gothic film season continues all the way into December. From classic horror stories to family entertainment, you can continue to quake in fear from vampires, werewolves, zombies, and all other forms of the undead. All tickets are between £8.50-£12.10
A film made in 1981 by John Landis, it tells the story of two tourists in Yorkshire, who ignore the warning of the locals. Wandering the moors at night, they are attacked by a werewolf, which changes their lives forever.
A double bill, starting with the 1932 B-movie, White Zombie, in which a voodoo master controls an army of the living dead. This is followed by the 1943, I Walked with a Zombie, which is a cross between Jane Eyre and a Caribbean voodoo.