Monster movies at King House

Celebrate Halloween with some monster movies at King House. ‘Monster House’ features three kids DJ, Chowder, and Jenny, who discover that the house across the street from DJ’s is alive. It eats anything that goes on its property. They try to convince the babysitter, the police, and some weirdo named Skull. They try to unravel the mystery of the house and they have to go inside. ‘Monster House’ will be screened on Wednesday next, October 31st at 1 pm and 3 pm. Admission is €3 and no food or drink is allowed in the auditorium. ‘The Host’ is a 2006 production from South Korea. Gang-du works at a food-stand on the banks of the Han River. Dozing on the job, he is awakened by his daughter, Hyun-seo, who is angry with him for missing a teacher-parent meeting at school. As Gang-du walks out to the riverbank with a delivery, he notices that a large crowd of people have gathered, taking pictures and talking about something hanging from the Han River Bridge. The otherwise idyllic landscape turns suddenly to bedlam, when a terrifying creature climbs up onto the riverbank and begins to crush and eat people. Gang-du and his daughter run for their lives, but suddenly the being grabs Hyun-seo and disappears back into the river. The government announces that the monstrous thing apparently is the Host of an unidentified virus. Having feared the worst, Gang-du receives a phone call from his daughter who is frightened, but very much alive. Gang-du soon makes plans to infiltrate the forbidden zone near the Han River to rescue his daughter from the clutches of the horrifying Host. ‘The Host’ will be screened on November 1st at 6 pm and 8 pm. Admission is €7. Telephone (071) 96 63242 for further information.