I love when theaters celebrate the anniversary of a movie. For some, it could be their first time seeing a specific film in theaters, and for others it allows them to go back in time and see it again. Of course, there are plenty of other ways to watch a movie (DVD, streaming service, or On Demand), but nothing beats the comfort of going to a movie theater.

Many theaters across the United States are gearing up for a special screening of "Poltergeist" to celebrate its 40th anniversary. In case you need a reminder, "Poltergeist" is a Steven Speilberg film about a family and their home that is haunted by many demonic ghosts.

If you are interested in going back to the theater to watch "Poltergeist," according to Fathom Events, there are three dates which you will be able to do so next month, Sunday, September 25th, Monday, September 26th, and Wednesday, September 28th.

Here are some of the local theaters in New England where you can catch this screening:


Regal Brunswick 10
Brunswick, ME


AMC Braintree 10
Braintree, MA
AMC Burlington 10
Burlington, MA
AMC Dartmouth Mall 11
North Dartmouth, MA
AMC Framingham 16
Framingham, MA
AMC South Bay Center 12
Dorchester, MA
Cinemark At Hampshire Mall and XD
Hadley, MA
West Springfield 15
West Springfield, MA
The Majestic 7 at Arsenal Yards featuring CWX
Watertown, MA
Blackstone Valley
Millbury, MA
Legacy Place
Dedham, MA
Lowell Showcase Cinemas
Lowell, MA
Patriot Place
Foxboro, MA
Randolph Showcase Cinemas
Randolph, MA
Showcase Cinemas Woburn
Woburn, MA
O'Neil Cinemas at The Point
Littleton, MA
Phoenix Theatres Beacon
Pittsfield, MA
Regal Bellingham 14
Bellingham, MA
Regal Fenway Stadium 13
Boston, MA
Regal Independence Mall
Kingston, MA
Regal Solomon Pond 15
Marlborough, MA

New Hampshire

Cinemark Rockingham Park and XD
Salem, NH
O'Neil Cinemas at Brickyard Square
Epping, NH
Regal Fox Run Stadium 15
Newington, NH

You can find more information about tickets and locations here.

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