What's on at Vue this Halloween ranked from least to most terrifying

What’s the scariest film out there this year?

How brave are you feeling this Halloween? Horror nuts - scroll straight to the bottom...


Johnny English Strikes Again

Although it is fairly scary to consider the UK having only one secret agent at its disposal and that one secret agent being Johnny English, Rowan Atkinson’s japes won’t catch you unawares.


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Bohemian Rhapsody

Thunderbolts and lightning, (not) very very frightening... the foot-stomping story of Queen will have you roaring for an encore rather than screaming in terror.


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First Man
The fear factor of going into space is fairly high, but since we all know how this one ends (spoiler: he walks on the moon), the story of Neil Armstrong’s space mission is more likely to induce thrills than terror.

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The Hate U Give
Powerful and unsettling, yes, but this story of a girl straddling dual worlds between her poor, mostly black home life and her rich, mostly white prep school friends isn’t a scare-a-thon in the traditional sense.

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Hunter Killer
The tagline of Gerard Butler and Gary Oldman’s submarine spy thriller should be ‘Be afraid, be very afraid - of Russia, mostly.’ And also drowning in a submarine, to be fair - nightmarish stuff.

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Bad Times at the El Royale
What would you rather be haunted by: a ghost or... THE PAST? We suspect the motley crew staying at the El Royale hotel would go for a ghost.

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The House with a Clock in its Walls
A clock in its walls doesn’t sound like a particularly scary thing for a house to have, but when the resident of a creaky old house is a warlock and the aforementioned clock could possibly bring about the end of the world, well, that’s a different matter entirely.

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Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween
Goosebumps: scary. Haunting: hair-raising. Halloween: unsettling. Gigantic evil Gummy Bears? Terrifying.

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Slaughterhouse Rulez
Boarding school sounds like enough of an ordeal without the added horror of unspeakable terrors unleashed from beneath the earth - although if they take out a few of the teachers and bullies then perhaps it’s not all bad.

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It’s not ideal to have anyone sharing your body but particularly not a human-flesh-craving extraterrestrial symbiote, as journalist Eddie Brock finds out in this dark, intense Marvel spin-off.

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The Fog (4K Restoration)
For one day only - Halloween, appropriately enough - we’ve got the godfather of horror John Carpenter’s The Fog back on the big screen. Don’t breathe too deep.

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Halloween (2018)
Michael Myers: two words to strike fear into the heart of any teenager on 31 October - but particularly teenage Jamie Lee Curtis who’s back, 40 years later, for a final showdown with the original stripy-jumpered stalker.

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Halloween 40th anniversary
Nothing really compares to the nail-biting horror of the original Halloween, back on the big screen at Vue this spooky season. One night only to relive the terror - assuming you survive...

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This Halloween you can double the fear by watching the original and the brand new Halloween in one horrifying night. Catch the classic at 19:00, followed by the latest one at 21:45. Bring friends. You’ll need them...