If you scream out loud watching scary movies at home during the daytime, imagine trying to watch one in the dark, in the middle of the woods!
That is exactly what fans of horror flicks will be doing next month, when the Gold Coast Film Festival launches its new event: Horror in the Hinterland
Organisers will be screening (or should we say SCREAMING) two movies deep in the forest at Springbrook.
The terrifying event will start with brand-new, survival thriller The Furies by Aussie writer and director Tony D'Aquino.
He said he would be stoked to see his flick premiere in such a creepy location.
"You have to go through a windy park into the forest to see two horror films out in the open at night".
"It should be a fantastic and terrifying event and a great place to premiere The Furies," he said.
The second spine-tingling movie will be 2012 slasher Cabin in the Woods.
There might even be a few jump-scares among the audience as well, with organisers promising a ghoulish event full of surprises.
Horror in the Hinterland will be on April 13 with tickets costing $35 each.