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If you think you're good with horror movies – think again.

Come and test out your creepy credentials at The Sugar Club on Halloween night.

Scary up and get your fright fix at the Kraken Screamfest, which is a fearsome film festival that isn't for the faint-hearted.


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Buckle up and dive into the deepest darkest depths of the ocean to discover the myth and legend of The Kraken sea beast.

Hold on to your hats and if you get seasick, it's time to exit now, as your mystery exploration will plunge you into a sea of terror as you take in a classic horror film. 

If you dare book a seat at their auditorium packed with gruesome ‘Horrors From The Deep’, you'll be watching movies chosen by real horror gurus. 

But you can also do your bit by selecting the surprise feature film on the Kraken Rum Ireland social media channels by casting your vote for the most spine-tingling sea movie of all time.


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As a Screamfest cinema-goer, you will enjoy a one-of-a-kind movie experience like no other – if you think you can handle it.

For those of us that just can't do make up – don't worry. Kraken Horror Parlour has you sorted with a freaky, sea-themed makeover before the movie begins –  which will make top-notch Insta content.

Horror-seekers will also sample a spine-chilling selection of The Kraken Black Spiced Rum cocktails including The Perfect Storm signature cocktail, and tuck into hauntingly delicious cinema snacks, along with a few other dark and twisted surprises along the way. 


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Those who dare to face The Kraken can get their hands on a ticket at Ticket Tailor.

Tickets cost €20 and include two Kraken Rum cocktails. But beware, there will be a limited allocation available.

So if you think you're brave enough for a truly frightful Halloween, with some on-point make-up and delicious snacks and drinks – this will be one, not to miss.


We can’t deny Halloween is one of our fave holidays, and the perfect excuse to binge some spooky flicks.

If you’re hosting a gals night or you're just a horror loving junkie, we have the top picks for some Netflix and chills.

So buy the popcorn, fire up the group chat and warm up those vocal chords for the screams. 


New to the streaming sight, this 2011 thriller looks truly horrifying. Insidious follows the story of a family who leaves their haunted home to a new place – but it turns out, the house isn’t the problem, it’s their eldest son.

I have to issue a disclaimer, I’m shockingly bad with horror and couldn’t even make it through the trailer without ripping out my headphones at least three times – pathetic, I know.


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The Woman in Black

Harry Potter is all grown up, and Daniel Radcliffe finds himself in the role of a lawyer. Leaving London, the young professional winds up in a small community trying to source a buyer for a house.

Little does he know about the curse that follows it.

The nail bitter will have you hanging on the edge of your seat as the supernatural sets up in your living room.

Scary Movie 1, 2 & 3

If you’re anything like me, the Scary Movie instalments should be right up your alley.

The light-hearted goof fest is perfect for all the horror wimps of the world.

Ensure you have enough snacks to get you through for an entire Scary Movie marathon, as Netflix has all three on site.

Kick back and enjoy the frightfully funny parody which takes the piss out of some of the biggest movie titles. 

Cargo (2018)

Zombie lovers gear up, this 2018 dark horror movie that will mess with your mind.

The film takes a fresh approach to the zombie genre as it’s much more character driven.

Martin Freeman plays a cracker leading role, as he desperately searches the Australian wilderness looking for someone to protect and care for his infant daughter.


One of the all time CLASSICS, it would be a crime to leave out Carrie. If you haven't seen this teenage flick from the 70s – you need to watch it immediately.

Adapted from Stephen King's horror novel, Carrie isn't your average basic b*tch, the girl has telekinetic abilities and she ain't afraid to use them.

The teen unleashes the inner beast when the 'in crowd' targets her during prom – you go gal!

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If you haven't got enough time to squeeze a movie into your schedule, don't worry – I've got you sorted.

Get into the Halloween spirit when the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina hits our screens on October 26 on Netflix.

For all those who don't know, Sabrina is getting a revamp unlike any other.

Wave goodbye to the wholesome Spellman you once knew, this remake will be much darker.

Thank us when you're screaming your head off.

Happy almost Halloween.



As October 31 approaches, there's nothing better than sitting down to watch some of your favourite scary films. 

So, to get you in the mood for All Hallow's Eve, here's a list of the best fright night movies that are a little more chic than freak: 


From big hair to quirky costumes, this Tim Burton classic is the ultimate Eighties scary movie.


Hocus Pocus

Probably the most stylish of all scary films, Sarah Jessica Parker makes witch-chic cool.


Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Now this isn't the TV show we all know and love. Pre-Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kirsty Swanson played a ghoulish cheerleader who slayed ALL the bad guys. 


The Rocky Horror Picture Show

If you fancy a little musical, then this cult classic is perfect. Let's do the Time Warp again…


Donnie Darko

Because who doesn't want to watch a young Jake Gyllenhaal battling nasty demons?


Edward Scissorhands

The Halloween version of a rom-com, we'll never forget Johnny Depp playing this frighteningly sweet role. 


The Addams Family

Voted the Best Horror Film in 1991, this is still a favourite among many and definitely one to re-watch. 


The Witches of Eastwick

Michelle Pfeiffer, Susan Saradon and Cher are a trend-setting trio of witches in this fantasy comedy.

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