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Blumhouse and AMC Launch Halfway to Halloween Film Festival

Blumhouse and AMC Theatres are celebrating Halloween early with the first-ever Halfway to Halloween Film Festival. The five-day festival kicks off Friday, March 29, in over 40 cities and 100 AMC movie theaters across the U.S.

Halfway to Halloween Film Festival features five different repertory films—anchored by the 13th anniversary of Insidious on April 1, nearly halfway to Halloween. Insidious marked the first collaboration between the now-merged Blumhouse and Atomic Monster.

Blumhouse and AMC Launch Halfway to Halloween Film Festival

Festival-goers can catch their favorite Blumhouse films on the big screen, with tickets priced at just $8 per film. Plus, they’ll have the chance to win giveaways, get sneak peeks, and see exclusive recorded messages from directors and talent from the films.

Tickets go on sale Friday, March 15, on and within the AMC Mobile App for the following films:

Photo Credit: Universal / Blumhouse

Friday, March 29 – Split

Saturday, March 30 – The Purge

Sunday, March 31 – Ouija: Origin of Evil

Monday, April 1 – Insidious (13th year anniversary of the movie’s opening)

Tuesday, April 2 – The Invisible Man

Photo Credit: Universal / Blumhouse

“We wanted to celebrate local communities of horror fans throughout the country with a fun, affordable, and slightly evil night at the movies. We’re grateful to our partners at AMC for helping us bring this idea to life,” said Jason Blum, Founder and CEO of Blumhouse.

“Blumhouse films terrify and delight horror fans. We are excited to bring these favorites back to the big screen,” said Elizabeth Frank, EVP of Worldwide Programming and Chief Content Officer at AMC Theatres.

Photo Credit: Universal / Blumhouse

The full list of cities includes Atlanta (GA), Baltimore (MD), Boston (MA), Charlotte (NC), Chattanooga (TN), Chicago (IL), Cincinnati (OH), Columbus (OH), Dallas (TX), Denver (CO), Detroit (MI), Harlingen (TX), Hartford (CT), Houston (TX), Indianapolis (IN), Jacksonville (FL), Kansas City (MO), Las Vegas (NV), Los Angeles (CA), Miami (FL), Minneapolis (MN), and Mobile (AL).

The list continues with New Haven (CT), New Orleans (LA), New York (NY), Norfolk (VA), Orlando (FL), Philadelphia (PA), Phoenix (AZ), Pittsburgh (PA), Rockford (IL), San Diego (CA), San Francisco (CA), Seattle (WA), Spokane (WA), Tallahassee (FL), Tampa (FL), Tucson (AZ), Tulsa (OK), Washington, D.C., and Wichita (KS).