SeaWorld Orlando to show spooky movies during 'Flicks & Frights' event

Kathy Nahimy, Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker in the 1993 Disney production “Hocus Pocus.” (Photo credit: Walt Disney Pictures)

SeaWorld Orlando is getting into the Halloween spirit by showing scary movies during its new "Flicks & Frights" event -- all from the comfort of your car. 

Every weekend starting September 19 and leading up to Halloween, you can grab your family and friends and enjoy a drive-in movie in SeaWorld Orlando's parking lot while enjoying locally sourced food trucks. 

A family-friendly Halloween film will be shown at 7:45 p.m. followed by a fright-filled movie at 10:30 p.m.

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Tickets will cost $50 per carload of people. SeaWorld annual passholders get a 20-percent discount.

The movie rundown is below: 

September 19

Hotel Transylvania 

September 26

Ghost Busters
*TBD Fright Filled Flick

October 2

The Purge

October 10


October 17

A Nightmare on Elm Street
Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride

October 23

*TBD Family Friendly Flick

October 24

The Exorcist

October 30

*TBD Family Friendly Flick
 Friday the 13th (1980)

October 31

Hocus Pocus

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Access to SeaWorld Orlando’s “Flicks & Frights” requires a separate guest reservation in addition to the regular reservation required for park access via guest ticket or pass. Those who only want to attend 'Flicks & Frights' can purchase their tickets without park admission.

You can purchase tickets HERE.