"Beetlejuice" is one of the movies playing at The Varsity through spooky season.

The Varsity is set to continue its Friday Flicks film series through the fall, with many Halloween favorites on the new lineup.

Showings are at 7 p.m. on Fridays. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students, and can be purchased in advance at thevarsitycenter.eventbrite.com or at the door 30 minutes before screening time.

Here's what's on the lineup:

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  • Sept. 20: "The Big Lebowski," 1998, R. Jeff Bridges plays a lovable stoner who gets in way over his head in a case of mistaken identity. Directed by the Coen brothers and also starring John Goodman, Steve Buscemi and Julianne Moore. The screening of this cult classic will be accompanied by a costume contest (dress as your favorite character) and white Russians for sale at the bar.
  • Sept. 27: "Army of Darkness," 1993, R. The third installment in the "Evil Dead" horror franchise directed by Sam Raimi and starring Bruce Campbell as B-rate horror antihero Ash. The screening is free for SalukiCon VIP and two-day pass holders.
  • Oct. 4: "The Addams Family," 1991, PG-13. The '90s film take on the kooky/spooky '60s TV series about one strange family, starring Anjelica Houston, Raul Julia, Christina Ricci and Christopher Lloyd.
  • Oct 11: "The Dead Don't Die," 2019, R. A small town is overtaken by zombies. Features a star-studded cast including Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Iggy Pop, RZA and more.
  • Oct. 18: "Hocus Pocus," 1993, PG. Three witches return from the dead to exact revenge on Salem, Massachusetts. Starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy.
  • Oct. 25: "Beetlejuice," 1988, PG. Michael Keaton is Beetlejuice, who helps a recently deceased couple played by Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis scare the new residents of their house.

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