Doors open 19:30 | Film starts 19:50
What better way to celebrate spooky season than with spine-tingling cinema at Arnos Vale Cemetery? Join Bristol Film Festival after dark in Bristol’s very own necropolis – make your way through the historic graveyard to the beautiful Anglican Chapel and take your seat for the show.
🎬 About The Film
2013 | 15 | 112 mins
Detroit-based vampire Adam is depressed as he sees what he believes to be the decline of society. His long-term lover, Eve, arrives to help him, but things are shaken up by the arrival of Eve’s sister, who is less adept at controlling her animalistic impulses than the more ‘refined’ Adam and Eve…
Contains strong language, moderate gore, brief nudity
The magnificently restored Anglican Chapel, located in the heart of Arnos Vale Cemetery, has become a firm favourite with our audiences. Enjoy a range of atmospheric films, from family-friendly comedies to chilling horror, in the dramatic surroundings of this Victorian Garden Cemetery.
Age restrictions: 15+
|Adult (General Admission)||£16|
|Child (under 16)||£10|
|Concession (Student | Over 65 | Blue Light Card)||£13|
No parking at Arnos Vale Cemetery unless disabled access is required. Nearby street parking is available.
Bus services 1, X39, 57, 178 and 349 stop outside the Bath Road gates.
Bike racks can be found by the East Lodge and by the café in the Spielman Centre.
Please contact Bristol Film Festival for further information about accessibility at this venue.
Ask your question directly to Bristol Film Festival.