Camp Fear, a new Halloween attraction in the metro area, is hosting a month of scary movie screenings.

Starting Friday at River West Park, 233rd Street and West Maple Road, Camp Fear will play scary movies on its 20-foot outdoor screen and 3,000-watt sound system. The screenings are free with a $5 park admission. Frontrow fire pits may be rented for $20. Two or three movies will play each night starting at 7:30 p.m. For more info or to reserve a fire pit, go to campfearomaha.com. Here's the full schedule:

Friday: "Evil Dead," "Jeepers Creepers," "Nightmare on Elm Street"

Saturday: "Sinister," "Ouija," "Nothing Left to Fear"

Oct. 2: "The Apparition," "The Conjuring," "Phantasm"

Oct. 3: "The Lazarus Effect,"

"House on Haunted Hill," "Funhouse"

Oct. 9: "The Hills Have Eyes," "The Descent," "Prince of Darkness"

Oct. 10: "Saw," "The Collection," "Beyond the Door"

Oct. 16: "The Amityville Horror," "Annabelle," "The Blair Witch Project"

Oct. 17: "Halloween," "Devil's Rejects," "House of 1,000 Corpses"

Oct. 23: "Open Grave," "Carrie," "Animus"

Oct. 24: "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "Dawn of the Dead," "Orphan"

Oct. 30: "Shutter," "Mirrors," "Vacancy"

Oct. 31: "Halloween" (the original), "Hostel"

'Goonies' screening coming to Werner Park

Hey, you guys!

Centris Federal Credit Union will host a free screening of the 1985 classic "The Goonies" Friday night at Werner Park.

The screening will follow a free carnival at the park, located at 12356 Ballpark Way in Papillion. The carnival starts at 6 p.m.; "The Goonies" starts at 7:30.

Attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket and can watch the movie from the field or the park's seats. Lawn chairs will be permitted on the Werner Park infield only.

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