A FARMHOUSE will turn into a spooktacular cinema as Halloween arrives later this month.

Adults and children can dress up and head down to Stock Street Farm Barn in Coggeshall, where a series of scary movies will be screened over the Halloween period.

The 350 year old barn will bring together two events businesses, Spectrum Screen Events run by the Hill family, and Stock Street Farm Barn, an events venue run by the Staines family.

Two types of film are being shown for both adults and children at different times over October inside the 350 year old barn.

Films for children include Hotel Transylvania, which will be shown today, the original Ghostbusters, shown tomorrow, and Maleficent, shown on Saturday.

Monsters Inc will be shown on October 19, Paranorman from October 20, and Beauty and the Beast Singalong on October 21.

The children’s films start from 4pm with Halloween fun and games throughout.

All of the films are rated PG, with Monsters Inc having a U certificate.

Stock Street Farm Barn will then turn into Stock Scream Farm Barn with a variety of films for adults aged over 18.

Films include The Witches of Eastwick on today, Friday 13th tomorrow, Tucker and Dale vs Evil on Saturday, Death Becomes Her on October 19th, Evil Dead on October 20 and American Werewolf in London on October 21.

A screen projector, screen and sound system is being provided by specialists Spectrum Screen Events.

Michael Staines, who runs Stock Street Farm Barn, said: “One of the benefits of being in the Coggeshall Chamber of Trade is meeting so many exciting community and businesses.

“Chamber members Stock Street Farm Barn and Spectrum Screen Events are partnering to create this unique and exciting film season for folks in the Braintree District area.

“The films will be screened in an amazing barn dressed to suit the featured theme with a fully equipped bar and other five star facilities and ample free parking.

“We are showing 12 different films on six dates. Kids and family films start at 4pm after school, and then 8pm for adults.

“We are really looking forward to see what folks come dressed as.”