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Your go-to guide of bloody awful things to do and ghoulish goings-on in the Mother City on 31 October!
“Everybody is a book of blood; wherever we're opened, we're red,” Clive Barker.
Trick-or-treating, creepy costumes, haunted houses, jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, horror and all things scary – these are just some of the chilling ingredients that make up Halloween, a holiday celebrated on 31 October each year. Though more of an American fetish than a global favourite, the scarefest has certainly put down roots in Cape Town, and we’ve got the lowdown on the series of bone-chilling events set to hit the Mother City!
THINGS TO DO FOR 2014 HALLOWEEN IN CAPE TOWN
South African Horror Film Festival (29 Oct – 7 Nov)
The 2014 SA Horror Film Festival is back on the annual calendar to terrorise theatre-goers from Wednesday, 29 October to Friday, 7 November 2014; movies will scream – er, sorry – screen