For its last show of the season on Saturday, the Georgetown Drive-In is going all out for a creepy good time.
The outdoor theater in Georgetown, Indiana, is showing classic horror movies for the adults (“Christine,” “Pet Sematary” and “A Nightmare on Elm Street”), and “Paw Patrol The Movie” and “Scooby-Doo” for the scaredy-cats… we mean kids. Both screens will start playing at 8:15 p.m.. “A Nightmare on Elm Street” begins at midnight.
There will be more than humans and monsters at the drive-in, though. It’s also dog night and classic car cruise-in night. You can dress up both for Halloween to win a contest. The first 100 classic cars will receive a free dash plaque, but it is $2 extra to bring your dog, although proceeds will go to the New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter.
You can also play Fright Fetch for a chance to win prizes, including a vintage “Terminator 2” arcade cabinet.
For refreshments, Uncle Jesse’s chili will be for sale, as well as brats, ribeye steak sandwiches and classic Coca-Cola in vintage glass bottles.
The Drive-in is also open on Friday, Sept. 23, although you’ll miss out on all the spooky extras. The movie schedule is the same, except “A Nightmare on Elm Street” is showing on Saturday only.
Admission to the Georgetown Drive-In is $11 cash for adults, $6 for children 6-12 and free for children under 5.
The drive-in tends to fill up, so it’s wise to get there early.
Don’t miss out one of Southern Indiana’s jewels — it likely won’t reopen until May.
Creepy Cruise-In VI Goes To The Dogs
8200 State Road 64, Georgetown, Indiana
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