The witching hour is almost upon us and indie film group Scott House Social Cinema have just the spooky movie soiree to kick off Halloween proceedings this October in Digbeth. Soon to be found in one of Birmingham's oldest, and dare we say most haunted traditional pubs, Scott House Social Cinema are taking to Digbeth favourite The Old Crown for an open air movie evening of bone chilling proportions and they're inviting brave enough Brummie's along for the ride.

Scott House Social Cinema's Halloween instalment is 60s Roman Polanski thriller 'Rosemary's Baby'.

A movie that made paranoid home-aloners question every sniffle and shuffle that their neighbours made, Scott House Social Cinema present Roman Polanski horror thriller Rosemary's Baby this October 30th. A terrifying descent back into 60s cinema, this event is set to boast ghoulish 'eeek chic' with a dash of 60s psychedelia as The Old Crown prep their garden with candle lit pumpkins, open fires and bar table service during the film. 

And while bone chilling may be what you're after this spooky season, this event is set to be outside in The Old Crown's heated garden, so be prepared to don a double layer of those mummy themed rags before you settle down for the night. Get set to settle down in one of Birmingham's spookiest venues for a night of chills, thrills and tenuous tenants this Halloween for just £7!