The Galileo Open Air Cinema welcomes creatures from near and far to celebrate the infamous night of terror under the stars with an eerie movie that will make your skin crawl. The question is, are you brave enough?
The 2019 remake of Stephen King’s ground-breaking horror novel, Pet Sematary comes 30 years after its first film adaptation in 1989. This creepier, modern version headlines the evening, depicting a young family’s discovery of a mysterious burial ground deep in the woods, near their new home, that unleashes unfathomable evil and horrific consequences.
Kirstenbosch Gardens is usually a place of tranquillity and peace, but things are not what they appear on this fearful evening. The Galileo team transforms the garden into a Halloween hot spot – complete with chilling décor, face painting stations for those that arrive straight from work, interactive games and a battle for best costume. Dress in your most creative, ghouliest gear for the chance to take home the title and a bonus cash prize of R1000!
As with every Galileo screening, there is a festive mini-market on location with delicious goodies for you to sink your teeth into – everything from pizzas to nachos and a bar with wine, beer and ciders. Once darkness prevails, the movie begins so cuddle up close to the ghost next to you.
Don’t miss Cape Town’s hottest Halloween affair! Too scared? Face your fears or opt for one of their ‘lighter’ screenings throughout the summer.
Tickets available at here.
Halloween special screening: R180 (includes backrest, blanket, sweet treat and themed décor). Rest of the season – ticket prices range from R109 to R195.