The titans of modern indie horror is partnering with AMC Theaters for a one-month-only spooky season spectacular.
A24 is taking over every Wednesday in October with AMC Theaters for new film series “A24 Presents: October Thrills & Chills Film Series.” Ticket buyers will see a returning A24 horror hit and get a free month subscription to newly launched AAA24 membership.
Participating U.S.-based AMC Theaters will screen “The Witch” on October 4, “X” on October 11, “Under the Skin” on October 18, and the Director’s Cut of “Midsommar” on October 25 leading up to Halloween.
Current AAA24 members will be able to see one film in the series for free. The recently launched AAA24 membership gives fans more access to all that is happening around A24’s creators and content with special zines, birthday gifts, access to exclusive content on social, merchandise, and products. The membership is available globally for $5 a month in the U.S. or $55 a year, and international rates at $9 a month and $99 a year. The app is available in the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. For more information and to get tickets, click here.
Of course, A24 has a slew of upcoming horror titles to also look forward to, including “X” trilogy installment “MaXXXine” which promises to be a whodunnit involving Mia Goth’s character Maxine as she makes her way through 1970s Hollywood. Recent theatrical hit “Talk to Me” landed a sequel at the production company as well.
Looking further ahead, “Men” and “Ex Machina” director Alex Garland is expected to unveil his fourth feature “Civil War” next year, which is billed as an epic action movie set in the future. Kirsten Dunst and “Priscilla” breakout Cailee Spaeny star.
Psychological thriller “A Different Man” with Sebastian Stan playing a man who undergoes facial reconstruction while obsessed with an actor (Adam Pearson) starring as him in a stage play based on his life is also in the works; Renate Reinsve co-stars in the Aaron Schimberg-directed movie. “The Witch” auteur Robert Eggers will celebrate his younger brothers Max and Sam Eggers’ feature debut with horror film “The Front Room” about a young couple forced to take in an estranged stepmother.
And Rose Glass’ chilling follow-up to “Saint Maud” stars Kristen Stewart as the girlfriend of a female bodybuilder (Katy M. O’Brian), with Dave Franco, Ed Harris, and Jena Malone appearing in the film.