The Original ‘Exorcist’ Is Coming to Haunt El Paso Theater’s This October
This Halloween season is brewing up to be a good one in El Paso! Aside from the many fun events around town, some of our favorite scary movies will be hitting theaters to get you in the spooky mood!
We recently found out that in honor of the 20th anniversary of its release, Rob Zombie's directorial debut House of 1000 Corpses will be rereleased in theaters- you can find out more information on that here.
Now, another classic horror film is coming to El Paso theaters- and for this one, you're going to need a young priest and an old priest.
The Exorcist is coming to El Paso theaters for two dates in October!
50 years ago, one of the scariest movies ever scared up theaters across the country, and now it's back, scaring a whole new generation!
Fathom Events will be hosting the special 50th anniversary screenings of The Exorcist on October 1st and October 4. Screenings will be held at Premiere Cinema El Paso at Bassett Place, Cinemark 20 & XD at 11855 Gateway West (otherwise known as Tinseltown) and Cinemark East Montana at 12704 Montana. Each theater will have one screening each day at 7 PM, and Bassett will host an additional 4 PM screening on each day- for those of us who cannot stay up late watching scary movies!
You can purchase tickets here.
Each screening will be special as it will be a remastered version with and additional 12 minutes of footage.
This rerelease comes just before the release of the sequel The Exorcist: Believer which hits theaters on October 6, where we might see the return of Reagan and Chris MacNeil.
You can find out more about the 50th anniversary screenings of The Exorcist here.