October is the month of Halloween, which is synonymous with horror movie watching.
And local Austin theaters have plenty scary movies to satisfy horror loves of various genres.
Alamo Drafthouse on Slaughter Lane will be showing 'The Craft' October 16th, 'Bride Of Frankentsein' October 19th and 'The Wolfman' October 26th and
Alamo Ritz also be presenting 'The Silence of The Lambs' with live commentary by the Master Pancake comedy troupe, who will be skewering the horror classic. And Video Hate Squad will screen heavy-metal horror oddity 'Rocktober Blood' on October 27th.
Alamo Village will have a 'Ghostbusters' quote-along on Oct 20th.
And John Carpenter's classic horror film 'Halloween' will be shown at various locations from the 25th-31st.
For full lineup, ticket purchases and showtimes, click here to visit the official Drafthouse site.
The Blue Starlite Drive-In will also be showing a wide selection of horror movies including 'The Lost Boys', 'The Shining', 'Monster Squad', 'Night Of The Living Dead', and a John Carpenter double feature of 'The Thing' and 'The Fog' (click here for our list of best John Carpenter films).
For full lineup, ticket purchases and showtimes click here to visit their official website.
And for those who've missed our previous coverage, the Housecore Horror Film Festival will be held at Emo's East, Dirty Dog and Antone's October 25th through October 27th.
The four days will be filled with a variety of horror films from all genres, in addition to a host of metal bands.