Courtyard Cinema's Feature Film: Hocus Pocus | Eastern North Carolina Now

Bring your blankets and brooms for this magical, open-air movie!

    UPTOWN GREENVILLE, NC     Hocus Pocus, alakazam- Bring your blankets and brooms for this magical, open-air movie! This week's Courtyard Cinema will feature Hocus Pocus! Come dressed as witches, cats or average citizens to find the Halloween spirit!

    The movie will start at 7pm in the courtyard behind the 4th Street parking deck (113 East 5th Street). If rain occurs, the screening it will be moved inside to Fire American Tavern. In addition, Fire American Tavern will be offering outdoor food service where you can purchase food, beer and wine while watching the movie.

    Hocus Pocus is the story a three teenagers who discover an abandon house. After ignoring a superstition, one of the teenagers accidently frees a coven of three evil witches. The witches then go around on Halloween night to try to find a child sacrifice in order to become immortal. The three kids go on a mission to steal the witches' book of spells to stop them.

    Grab your lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy this FREE fall film under the stars brought to you by Uptown Greenville, Fire American Tavern, Suddenlink, Hallmark and the City of Greenville and Greenville Parks and Recreation!


    October 28- Ghostbusters (PG)
    November 4- The Lorax (Family Friendly)
    November 11- Top Gun (PG)
    November 18- Bolt (G)
    December 2- North Pole (PG) (Family Friendly)
    Contact: or (252)561-8400
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