Is being tailed by a ghost child or being stuck in a train with flesh-eating zombies more scary? Find out at Horrorthon 2016 this Halloween! Golden Village’s annual spook-fest features a total of four films this year, which are bound to send shivers down your spine.

Heard of the Taiwanese urban legend about the little girl in the red dress? Footage taken on a hiking trip in 1998 showed a little girl in red trailing behind a recently-deceased mountain climber – but no-one on the trip remembered seeing her. The film was authenticated by professionals and caused a stir islandwide. The Tag-Along is based on this urban legend and it’s bound to make anyone’s skin crawl.

See the little girl at the end of the line? Shudder. (Image credit: GVM)

See the little girl at the end of the line? Shudder. (Image credit: GVM)

And it looks like ghost children have a problem with leaving grown-ups alone no matter which part of the world they are in. In Sensoria, Swedish woman Caroline Menard moves into a derelict apartment to start life afresh after losing everything she has cared about in the world. She has weird neighbours, but it soon becomes apparent that they are not the strangest company lurking around.

A woman in her thirties moves into a derelict apartment which is already occupied. (Image credit: GVM)

A woman in her thirties moves into a derelict apartment which is already occupied. (Image credit: GVM)

By her. (Image credit: GVM)

By her. (Image credit: GVM)

If juvenile spirits are not quite your thing, then get on board with zombies! Get to know the backstory to Train To Busan in animated feature Seoul Station, where runaway teenager Hye Sun escapes an abusive boyfriend who tries to force her into prostitution. But she is thrust into an even more menacing situation: People are gobbling up each other on the streets!

South Korea declares martial law in this state of emergency. (Image credit: GVM)

South Korea declares martial law in this state of emergency. (Image credit: GVM)

It’s an unidentified viral outbreak which causes humans to engage in wanton cannibalism, pushing Korea into a state of emergency. Busan stands as the only city which has successfully fended off the epidemic. Get on board the Train To Busan if you want to survive – but what will happen on that 453-km ride?

How many will survive on the Train To Busan? (Image credit: GVM)

How many will survive on the Train To Busan? (Image credit: GVM)

Find out at Horrorthon 2016, where you get to scream yourself hoarse in two movies at one sitting. Showtimes are scheduled such that you can catch all four without any clash in timing!

Horrorthon 2016

Children Of The Dead (M18)
GV Plaza, Friday, October 28
The Tag-Along will screen at 7.30 pm and Sensoria at 9.30 pm

GV Yishun, Sunday, October 30
The Tag-Along will screen at 4 pm and Sensoria at 6 pm

Zombies On Board (NC16)
GV Yishun, Saturday, October 29
Seoul Station will screen at 9 pm and Train To Busan at 10.55 pm

GV Plaza, Monday, October 31
Seoul Station will screen at 7 pm and Train To Busan at 8.55 pm

There will be a 15-minute break in between all sessions. Tickets at $25 each for GV Movie Club Members (sign up for free) and $28 for the public. Price includes one serving of 64oz Popcorn and one 22oz Coke.

Book your tickets here.