Free ‘Hocus Pocus’ showing at Chicago cemetery

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CHICAGO — Fall is finally here which means Halloween is right around the corner. That means the time for costumes, candy corn and spooky movies has arrived.

You can watch the Halloween hit “Hocus Pocus” FOR FREE on Saturday, Sept. 26 at Irving Park Cemetery, located at 7777 W. Irving Park Road. The movie will be show on a giant screen. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie starts at 7:30 p.m.

This is not the first time a Chicago cemetery has featured a free screening of a scary movie (if you can even call the Disney delight “Hocus Pocus “scary.”) Back in August, Bohemian National Cemetery showed a free screening of “Sinister 2.” However, inclement weather forced everyone to leave early.