Wrap up your summer weekends with a scream! One Minnesota theatre chain is offering a passport to see a summer full of horror movies.

The promotion called "Sinister Sundays" features an impressive line-up of horror classics, many of which are celebrating landmark anniversaries this year. Each of the films in the series will screen at least twice, once on Sunday around 8 PM, and again the following Tuesday at varying times.

"Sinister Sundays" starts at select Marcus Theatres locations across Minnesota and Wisconsin starting on Sunday, May 26th with the 90s classic 'I Know What You Did Last Summer', and wrapping on September 1st and 3rd with the all-time horror classic, 'The Shining'.

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Here is the full line-up of films for 'Sinister Sundays':

  • I Know What You Did Last Summer (May 26 & 28)
  • The Ring (June 2 & 4)
  • Dawn of the Dead - 20th Anniversary (June 9 & 11)
  • Scream (June 16 & 18)
  • The Blair Witch Project - 25th Anniversary​ (June 23 & 25)
  • IT​ (June 30 & July 2)
  • The Conjuring​ (July 7 & 9)
  • SAW - 20th Anniversary​ (July 14 & 16)
  • Paranormal Activity​ (July 21 & 23)
  • Orphan - 15th Anniversary​ (July 28 & 30)
  • (August 4 & 6)
  • Poltergeist​ (August 11 & 13)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street​ (August 18 & 20)
  • The Exorcist - Extended Director's Cut​ (August 25 & 27)
  • The Shining​ (September 1 & 3)

The price might make you scream, but not in horror, in excitement. As the price of going to the movies in on the rise, a promotion like this is VERY welcomed! You can see all the movies for as little as $3 a movie! You can pick any 4 of the movies for $15, or for $45 you can see all 15 films in the series.

Freddy Krueger From 'A Nightmare On Elm Street'
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The passport can only be purchased online or on the Marcus app, once purchased a code will be emailed allowing for seat reservations for any of the showings.

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