Cinemark Brings 5 Classic Scary Movies to the Big Screen for One Week

The movie chain will feature five classic scary movies that will have you jumping out of your seats and tossing popcorn in the air at five Cinemark theaters in the Rio Grande Valley.

The movies will also be shown nationwide.

“For one killer week, moviegoers can see five classics back in the immersive, cinematic environment only a theater can provide,” Cinemark said in a news release.

>> Wednesday – Texas Chainsaw Massacre that made its debut in 1974. Five friends head out to rural Texas to visit the grave of a grandfather. On the way they stumble across what appears to be a deserted house, only to discover something sinister within. Something armed with a chainsaw.

>>  Thursday – Halloween that made its debut in 1978. Fifteen years after murdering his sister on Halloween night 1963, Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital and returns to the small town of Haddonfield, Illinois, to kill again.

>> Friday – Friday the 13th that made its debut in 1980. A group of camp counselors trying to reopen a summer camp called Crystal Lake, which has a grim past, are stalked by a mysterious killer.

>> Saturday – Nightmare on Elm Street that made its debut in 1984. Teenager Nancy Thompson must uncover the dark truth concealed by her parents after she and her friends become targets of the spirit of a serial killer with a bladed glove in their dreams, in which if they die, it kills them in real life.

>> Sunday – Child’s Play that debuted in 1988. A single mother gives her son a much sought-after doll for his birthday, only to discover that it is possessed by the soul of a serial killer.

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