Camp Frida: Pull An All-Nighter Of Horror

Want to ruin your holidays? Pull an all-nighter of horror at Camp Frida at Santa Ana's Frida Cinema. / Photo by Jessica Peralta.

The Frida Cinema is back with its sixth installment of Camp Frida, the theme for this year set as Holiday Horrors. 

Camp Frida is an annual event featuring an all-night horror movie marathon. One night a year horror enthusiasts come together for twelve hours of terror. This year’s lineup spans across all holidays- New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Saint Patty’s, Halloween, Easter, and Thanksgiving.

The event begins Saturday, Oct. 15 and ends the following morning of October 16. 

“It’s all on the table,” says Trevor Dillon, Frida Cinema programmer.  “There will be no shortage of surprises throughout the evening, and as always, the thing that separates Camp Frida from all other Horror marathons is that we play movies on both of our screens at the same time and people can choose their own adventure.”

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the films at approximately 8 p.m. Between each film will be 15-minute intermissions so guests can get snack refills and use the bathroom. The marathon will conclude at 8 a.m.

General admission are $25 and include access to all 12 hours of fun. VIP tickets are $50 and include early access to the event at 7 p.m. to secure seats, as well as a Camp Frida T-shirt and special goodie bag. 

The Gory Details:
Camp Frida: Holiday Horrors
8 p.m. – 8 a.m. Saturday Oct.15 – Sunday Oct.16
The Frida Cinema
305 E. 4th Street STE 100
Santa Ana, CA 92701