Horror In The Caves: Frankenstein

What you'll do

It’s back… Venture deep into Redcliffe Caves – if you’re brave enough – for the latest instalment of our Bristol Film Festival’s infamous Horror In The Caves series. Enter through their military tent on Redcliffe Wharf, grab a drink from the pop-up bar to steel your nerves, and step foot inside one of Bristol’s most unusual and exclusive locations for another season of classic and contemporary horror movies.

Bristol Film Festival’s Matinee Screenings return to the Caves at 11:00 on Saturday and Sunday – these screenings, at just £12 a ticket, showcase vintage horror highlights of the silver screen. Saturday’s Matinee Screening is one of the most famous horror films of all time, Frankenstein, featuring Boris Karloff in his career-defining first turn as the Monster.

ABOUT THE FILM 1931 | PG | 70 mins

Based on Mary Shelley’s classic novel, this is the tale of brilliant scientist Henry Frankenstein, whose obsessive desire to forge new life leads him to assemble a monstrous creation from stolen body part. Let’s be honest, no halloween is complete without Frankenstein...

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What you'll do

It’s back… Venture deep into Redcliffe Caves – if you’re brave enough – for the latest instalment of our Bristol Film Festival’s infamous Horror In The Caves series. Enter through their military tent on Redcliffe Wharf, grab a drink from the pop-up bar to steel your nerves, and step foot inside one of Bristol’s most unusual and exclusive locations for another season of classic and contemporary horror movies.

Bristol Film Festival’s Matinee Screenings return to the Caves at 11:00 on Saturday and Sunday – these screenings, at just £12 a ticket, showcase vintage horror highlights of the silver screen. Saturday’s Matinee Screening is one of the most famous horror films of all time, Frankenstein, featuring Boris Karloff in his career-defining first turn as the Monster.

ABOUT THE FILM 1931 | PG | 70 mins

Based on Mary Shelley’s classic novel, this is the tale of brilliant scientist Henry Frankenstein, whose obsessive desire to forge new life leads him to assemble a monstrous creation from stolen body part. Let’s be honest, no halloween is complete without Frankenstein...

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Facilities

  • Refreshments available
  • Toilets

COVID-19 guidelines

All guidelines in place at the time of your experience will be adhered to.

On the day

Redcliffe Wharf is located below Redcliffe Parade East, close to Wapping Wharf. There is no parking or vehicular access permitted onto the Wharf itself.

The nearest car parks are Redcliffe Parade car park and Lower Guinea Street car park.

Please contact Bristol Film Festival for further information about accessibility at this venue.

Changes happen, don't worry

How to change dates
Change of plans? You can easily rebook the next available slot up to 7 days before your experience.
How to get a refund
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About Bristol Film Festival

Bristol Film Festival was started by director Owen Franklin in 2015. The Festival provides an alternative experience for lovers of film and cinema, and celebrates the cultural landscape of his home city, Bristol.

The concept is simple: to bring classic films back to the big screen, in some of Bristol’s most iconic and interesting venues, including Bristol Museum, Clifton Observatory, Bristol Cathedral, and Redcliffe Caves.

The films and locations are carefully matched together, and involve unique immersive elements - whether it's live performers, tours of venues after hours, or themed wine tastings, you can expect to leave one of our events having had a film experience unlike any other!

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Price
£12 / Adult
Duration
1 hr 30 mins
Age restriction
18+
Rebook or cancel up to 7 days before your experience.