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Goosebumps (2015)


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

05 October 2019

Event Type

Cinema Screening

GOOSEBUMPS (2015)
Starring Jack Black

“A frightfully fun flick for families.” – Twitchfilm.com

Upset about moving from the big city to a small town, young Zach Cooper (Dylan Minnette) finds a silver lining when he meets his beautiful neighbour Hannah (Odeya Rush). The teen is surprised to learn that Hannah’s mysterious father is R.L. Stine (Jack Black), the famous author of the best-selling Goosebumps series. When Zach accidentally unleashes the monsters from the fantastic tales, it’s up to Stine, his daughter and Cooper to return the beasts back to the books where they belong.

Classification
PG – Mild scary scenes


Screening with short film…

Bloodfest Kids Horror Film Festival
NETFLIX & KILL

By Adelaide Kennedy

Featuring a special introduction by Adelaide Kennedy

Classification
Exemption – For ages 15+ unless accompanied by an adult

FYI While made by children, the short film Good Talk contains horror themes and may be scary for some children


COMPETITION

Come dressed up in your best scary costume for a chance to win a great prize. Competition will be judged on the day by Adelaide Kennedy (Netflix & Kill)


Dates & Times
Saturday 5 October 2019 at 11am




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Duration

Feature Film
1 hour 43 minutes (No interval)

Short Film
4 minutes (No interval)

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Getting Here

Riverside Membership

30 Club

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