Festivals

Bram Stoker Festival: Light House Cinema

 

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Bram Stoker Festival, 23 – 26 October 2015, Dublin

 

In the 90s, vampires were terribly fashionable; you couldn’t move an inch without coming across one. In honour of Bram Stoker Festival and Halloween, Light House Cinema are screening some of the deadliest and goriest vampire movies for you to sink your teeth into.

From Dusk ‘Til Dawn
23 October 2015, 22:30 – 23:59
Light House Cinema
bramstokerfestival.com/event/from-dusk-til-dawn/
Starring George Clooney, Harvey Keitel, Quentin Tarantino, Juliette Lewis and Salma Hayek, this violent B-Movie by Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez shows you what would happen if a seedy Mexican bar was run by vampires.

Blade 1 & 11 Double Bill
24 October 2015, 21:00 – 23:59
Light House Cinema
bramstokerfestival.com/event/blade-i-ii-double-bill/
Blade is what made Wesley Snipes Wesley Snipes. This double feature throws you into a dark and dangerous world where Blade, the human-vampire hybrid, must protect humans from vampires who are, quite simply, wrecking the joint.

 

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
25 October 2015, 22:30 – 23:59
Light House Cinema
bramstokerfestival.com/event/buffy-the-vampire-slayer/
Before Sarah Michelle Gellar, we had  the movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Instead of a sharp-tongued, badass in the form of SMG, the 1992 comedy has a shallow cheerleader, reluctantly saving her high school from the underworld.

 

Bram Stoker’s Dracula
25 October 2015, 15:30 – 17:30
Light House Cinema
bramstokerfestival.com/event/bram-stokers-dracula/
Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula is every bit a Francis Ford Coppola movie that we’ve come to expect. With Gary Oldman as Dracula, it’s dramatic, cinematic and big.

 

 

Light House Cinema
Market Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Accessible: YES
There is a lift that goes to every floor and each screen has a number of spaces available for a wheelchair. You can choose your own seats here so if you need to be by the aisle or whatever, that is easy to do. There are accessible bathrooms on every floor but the bathroom on level -2 is much larger. You will  need a code for this bathroom but there is always a member of staff close by to ask them for it. You can read the full Light House Cinema review here.

About the author

Louise Bruton

Reviewing Dublin, step by step, in terms of wheelchair accessibility. Freelance journalist and pop culture enthusiast.

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