Halloween Screening: Hellraiser (1987)
Bombed Out Church brings you ‘HORROR NIGHT’, open-air late night film screenings featuring the five-star rated, disturbing and surreal film ‘The Lighthouse’ (2019), and the originally horrifying classic ‘Hellraiser’ (1987).
Time & Location
29 Oct 2022, 21:15 – 23:00
St Luke's Bombed Out Church, Leece St, Liverpool L1 2TR, UK
About the Event
An unfaithful wife encounters the zombie of her dead lover; the demonic cenobites are pursuing him after he escaped their sadomasochistic underworld.
Starring: Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence. Directed By: Clive Barker
Bombed Out Church brings you ‘HORROR NIGHT’, late night open-air film screenings featuring the five-star rated, disturbing and surreal film ‘The Lighthouse’ (2019), and the originally horrifying classic ‘Hellraiser’ (1987).
Bring your horror film buddy and layers to get cosy in! Accompanying the films will be our fully stocked bar, with hot chocolates, boozy hot drinks, beers, spirits, prosecco and more along with snacks, snacks and more snacks!
Ready to be gripping on to the edges of your seats, hiding under your blankets in an eerie church setting?
The Lighthouse – Rated 15. Doors: 18:45. Film starts: 19:15
Hellraiser – Rated 18. Doors: 21:15. Film starts: 21:30.
- If you require any wheelchair access or any other assistance then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Seats are allocated on arrival, if you’re part of a booking or want to sit with friends, please arrive together.
- Door time is listed, film starts half an hour after.
- We are an open-air venue so please remember to dress for the weather, we encourage you to bring jackets, coats or blankets to keep you cosy.
- Hot and alcoholic beverages will be available, these can be ordered via your phone by scanning a qr code, this will be displayed along with your seat number on the ticket which you’re given at box office.
- The venue grounds are a bit uneven and slippery when wet, keep this in mind when choosing footwear.
- Yes, we do have (porta)loos on site!Weather Policy These film screenings can take place in wet weather conditions, if the weather is considered not to pose risk to the audience, tech or venue then the film screenings will still take place. The venue will monitor the weather and notify customers via email with as much notice as possible if a reschedule or cancellation is absolutely necessary.