Webster University Film Series is putting the spotlight on one of our favorite directors, Lucio Fulci, and one that I honestly think is still underrated outside of the horror fans. And now is your chance to learn why!
Every Thursday in April one of Fulci films will host a live discussion about the film. The idea is to watch the film at some point before the event, then join them to hear a different speaker each week discuss the specific title. The selections for April Fulcis are:Continue reading →
If you’re excited to see the new Godzilla vs Kong movie, why not see it at the drive-in, in a triple feature of Godzilla movies! On April 9th & 10th, the Skyline Theater will not only be screening the latest in the big monster battle, but also two classic Godzilla features on both nights! All for the low price of $8!
They will be screening the following films both Friday and Saturday:
Godzilla vs Kong (2021) Destroy All Monsters (1968) Godzilla vs MechaGodzilla (1974)
Head over to their Facebook page HERE for the latest updates, and head out there in April to see these films the way they were mean to be, on giant screens!
If you ever needed a reason to drive out of state, heading south of Indianapolis, IN to the little town of Shelbyville to go to the Skyline Drive-In, now you have the best excuse. Just tell them “the Devil made me do it!!!”
That is this year’s theme for the Super Monster Movie Fest, taking place on August 27th and 28th. They haven’t announced any titles yet, but we are excited to see the range of devilish entertainment they come up with. No matter what, I know we’ll be there participating in all the fun.
Why don’t you do the same? Plenty of time to make those plans, don’t you think?
You can check out the Facebook Events page HEREfor any updated information.
While I can’t say I’m that excited about the new Godzilla vs Kong movie (which opens at the Music Box in Chicago on March 31st), I will admit that I am more than excited over the screenings the Music Box Theatre are having ahead of the release of the big battle of the monster film. Over the weekend of March 19th to the 21st, they will be screening 4 different classic Kaiju films, that feature all your favorites, from Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, and even Ghidorah! No CGI monsters here, but good old fashion men-in-suits giving their all to bring these creatures to life on screen. Here is what is playing and when:Continue reading →
For those in the Pittsburgh area, the Riverside Drive-in has announced their lineup for this year’s April Ghoul’s Super Monster-Rama! And if you’re a fan of the ’80s, then you might want to start making those plans. Taking place on April 23rd & 24th, at the Riverside Drive-In in Vandergrift, PA, the tickets are only $10 a night! That means you get 4 features for a measly $10! Here are the titles for the two nights:Continue reading →
What better way to spend your Halloween than at the drive-in, watching 3 of the classic Universal Monsters! The McHenry Drive-In will be screening Frankenstein,Dracula, and The Wolf Man this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 30th and 31st.Continue reading →
In the last few days, the Skyline Drive-In in Shelbyville, IN, announced several weekends of horror lineups coming up in October. I’m not sure how many of them I’ll make, but I know I’ll be there for the last one I have listed! For all the information head over to their Facebook page HERE.
Below is the events they have listed and what will be screening. Start making your plans!
Scariest Movies of All Time Part 1 Oct. 2nd & 3rd Poltergeist (1982) The Amityville Horror (1979) The Exorcist (1973)Continue reading →
It seems that the Midway Drive-In is going over-the-top this Halloween season with another marathon announcement. On Saturday, October 10th, they will be screening the first 4 Halloween movies that feature Michael Myers. Yes, I know, that means no Halloween 3, but deal with it. This marathon is all about Michael Myers. From the original classic from John Carpenter and it’s immediate follow-up, to the 2nd storyline with the Shape seeking out his niece, Jamie.
For more information, head over to the Midway’s website HERE. They don’t have much info on there just yet, but keep checking back for updates
Our favorite Drive-In, The Midway Drive-In in Dixon, IL, announced yesterday that on Saturday, October3rd, they will be screening THREE Universal Classic horror films on their huge 90-foot screen! If you’ve never seen one of these classic titles on a big screen like this, it is not to be missed!
They will be screening: The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) with Boris Karloff returning as the monster looking for a mate, The Wolf Man (1941), with Lon Chaney Jr., and finally Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948). Now some may say this isn’t really one of the Universal Horrors because of the comedy duo, but you’d be wrong. Not only does this feature Lugosi in really the only other time he played Count Dracula since the original 1931 film, but it also has Lon Chaney Jr. returning as the cursed Larry Talbot, not to mention being a very well made, and creepy film. And is pretty damn funny too. Continue reading →
It seems more and more of these drive-ins are holding events that keep tempting me to take more road trips! Once I hit the lotto, that is exactly what I’ll be doing, in between hitting on these old book stores!
Anyway, starting next Monday, the Starlite Drive-In, located in Wichita, KS, they will be having double and triple features each week through most of October, with some really choice titles. If there is anyway I could get down there to see Godzilla vs Megalon on the big screen, I would definitely be there. You can see all the features below on the ad, or you can head over to their Facebook Events page HERE. If you’re in the area and can make it, I will be very envious of you!