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Classic Warner Bros. Movies Being Re-Released in D-BOX Theaters This Fall

September 28, 2022

To end 2022—which has been a great year for movie lovers—on a high note, Warner Bros. Studios has announced that they will be re-releasing 4 of its most beloved seasonal films in theaters!


From now until the end of the year, moviegoers can get in the spirit of Halloween and Christmas respectively with The Lost Boys, Trick ‘r Treat, Polar Express and Elf. Not only is this an opportunity to see (or re-see) these movies on the big screen, but they’ll also all be released in D-BOX for the first time—meaning that you’ll truly be able to feel every spooky and jolly moment with our haptic technology plunging you right into the heart of the action!


Keep reading to discover what makes these movies audience favorites and how you can expect to be moved by seeing them in D-BOX.


The Lost Boys (1987)

Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the movie which spawned two sequels (Lost Boys: The Tribe and Lost Boys: The Thirst) and two comic book series will be hitting the big screen once more on October 5th!

Starring Jason Patric, Corey Haim, Dianne Wiest, Jami Gertz and more, this comedic horror film tells the story of a mother and her 2 young sons who move to a small city in California which has been experiencing mysterious deaths and biker gang activity.

Whilst out and about in their new city, the 2 boys—Michael and Sam—each make a group of new friends: Sam meets 2 other teenagers who claim to be vampire hunters, while Michael is drawn into a suspicious biker gang by a beautiful girl. When Michael starts developing a taste for blood and sleeping days instead of nights, Sam and his friends become obsessed with the mystery of the biker gang—leading to heaps of horrific trouble.

Having grossed more than $32 million on a budget of $8.5 million, The Lost Boys won the 1987 Saturn Award for the best horror film and still stands today as one of the best horror flicks of its time!

Be sure to feel every blood-curdling moment and every jump-scare by taking in The Lost Boys in a D-BOX theater near you.

Trick ‘r Treat (2007)

For the first time ever, horror festival favourite Trick ‘r Treat is getting a theatrical release!

Directed by Michael Dougherty, this 2007 flick features 5 separate stories taking place on Halloween night that all one thing in common: the appearance of Sam, a small trick-or-treater dressed in orange with a burlap sack over his head.

When each of the five main groups of characters—a high school principal, a young couple, a college virgin, a group of teenagers and an old man—break different sacred Halloween traditions, Sam pays them a visit to enforce the rules of the holiday… which often have gruesome consequences.

Starring Dylan Baker, Rochelle Aytes, Anna Paquin, Brian Cox and more, you won’t want to miss the moment when the movie that has gathered a cult following finally gets its moment on the big screen! Be sure to feel Sam sneaking up on unsuspecting victims and become part of the terrifying action by seeing it in a D-BOX theater as of October 31st.

The Polar Express (2004)

The world’s first all-digital capture film is hitting the big screen once more on December 11th and 14th!

Starring Tom HanksNona Gaye and Peter ScolariThe Polar Express has become a holiday favourite over the last 18 years. Following the story of a young boy who begins to question whether or not Santa Claus is real, this inspiring journey to the North Pole will move you not only through D-BOX’s haptic feedback, but also through the way it teaches all who watch it what it truly means to believe!

Be sure to climb aboard The Polar Express and feel every bump in the road as three children have the wildest Christmas Eve of their lives during this feel-good, family friendly movie.

Elf (2003)

Arguably one of the most popular holiday movies of all time, Will Ferrell’s Elf is sure to spread Christmas Cheer when it’s re-released in theaters during the week of December 2nd to 8th!

When Buddy the Elf finds out from his Papa that he’s not actually an elf (even though he was raised at the North Pole), he embarks on a life-changing mission to find his biological father in New York City. Much to his dismay, Buddy’s father is even on the Naughty List—making it all the more important that he finds and redeems him!

Once in the Big Apple, Buddy reconnects with his father Walter, brother Michael and stepmother Emily. However, life in the human world isn’t as easy as it seems—especially for a human raised as an elf!

Starring Ferrel and Zoey Deschanel, Elf has grossed more than $270 million worldwide and is sure to make you feel the magic of the season with haptic feedback bringing every hilarious moment to life.

Spooky Stories & Magical Memories Brought to Life One More

Regardless of whether it’s to get in the spirit of spooky season or of Santa season, these four classic movies are perfect for theatrical re-releases!

With haptic feedback further immersing you into the stories, you’re sure to feel every moment—whether they be spine-tingling and horrifying or uplifting and magical. D-BOX’s unique combination of movements, vibrations and textures bring every moment to life and will make you feel as if you’re truly part of the action!


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