Monster Ball Weekend


Fri, Oct 29  7:30pm


Sat, Oct 30  2pm



Sun, Oct 31  2pm 



$5 General Admission

$4 Seniors 65+



for the Monsters Ball Combo Pack

All 3 monster movies for just $11


Box Office Opens 1 Hour before Showtime

House Opens 30 minutes before Showtime

Monsters Ball Weekend
Friday - Sunday, October 29 - 31
See Your Favorite Monster Movie Back on the Big Screen or See All Three for One Frigteningly Low Price!

Through a special licensing arrangement with
Cineburgh, The Strand proudly presents three of the most iconic monster movies ever produced from the Universal Studios catalogue!

Don't miss FRANKENSTEIN on Friday at 7:30pm, and Halloween Matinees of DRACULA on Saturday at 2pm, and WOLFMAN on Sunday at 2pm!

Pick your favorite or attend all three for one horrificallly unheard of price of just $11!  That's right! See all 3 of these classic horror films for less than a pint of fake blood at the Halloween store!

Boris Karloff, of course, is unparalleled in his association with the role of the sympathetic monster, but he was far from the only actor considered for the role. During the filming of Dracula, Bela Legosi screen-tested for the role, but the footage is believed to be lost forever. James Whale happened to spot Boris Karloff in the Universal commissary and passed him a note offering a screen-test, which Karloff jumped at. Karloff later joked that he was offended by being viewed as such an ugly character, since on the day that Whale spotted him, he was wearing his most elegant suit and thought he was looking handsome.

Although it was his most famous role, Bela Lugosi played Dracula only once more on screen, in the comedy Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948). However, he played Dracula-like characters in movies such as The Return of the Vampire (1943).

In The Wolf Man (1941), we're told that a werewolf is "a human being who becomes a wolf at certain times of the year ... 'when the wolf-bane blooms and the autumn moon is bright,'" The moon is never depicted in the film. This is the only one of the Universal series of Wolf Man films in which the full moon is never shown. In the sequel, the folklore is changed to "when the moon is full and bright."

Frankenstein (1931) Unrated | 1 Hr,10 min
Friday, October 29  7:30pm

Dracula (1931) Unrated | 1 Hr, 15 min
Saturday Matinee, October 30  2pm

The Wolf Man (1942) Unrated | 1 Hr, 10 min
Sunday Matinee, Octouber 31 2pm

Pick your favorite or see all 3 for
JUST $11. CLICK HERE for our Monsters Ball Combo Pack