Halloween horror movies at the Odeon cinema in Northwich – Northwich Guardian

With Halloween being celebrated at the end of this month, you might be wondering how you can welcome the spooky season.
If the colder and darker days are making staying indoors more appealing but you still want to get out and about, look no further.
We’ve rounded up all the horror movies that are available to watch at the Odeon cinema in Northwich. 
Here’s the horror movies available to watch plus the dates available to watch (You don’t have many to choose from!)
Thriller movies are not included in the list but can be found via the Odeon website.
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Odeon shows listings until Thursday, October 13 at the time of writing.
You can check further dates nearer the time.
To find out more about the films or to book tickets, you can visit the Odeon website.
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