Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie Hits Theaters on October 15th

Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie Hits Theaters on October 15th

If you want to see Level-5's adorable collection of creepy monsters on the big screen, you've only got one chance.

Level-5's Yo-Kai Watch might not have had the instant, unbelievable success that Pokemon had 15 years earlier, but it's certain built up a healthy audience in the West over the past few years.

And if you've already embraced Yo-Kai Watch's brand of monster collecting, you might be excited to hear Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie is headed to theaters for a one-time-only showing on October 15th at 11:00 A.M. (regardless of your time zone) Of course, as with the games, we're a bit behind Japan when it comes to all things Yo-Kai: This movie debuted in 2014, and the third movie will be hitting Japanese theaters this December.

If you're interested in seeing Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie, but not so interested in buying a ticket, GameStop is now offering a deal where you can get one free admission—in the form of a Fandango code—if you spend $10 or more on Yo-Kai Watch-branded merchandise.

For a list of participating theaters, click here. And remember, since this is a Saturday AM screening intended for the little ones, you may want to borrow someone else's children for a few hours, unless you want to suffer the suspicious looks of wary parents.

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