Riverside Drive-In Bites Into April Ghouls Monster-Rama

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Horror fans will have a reason to venture outside when Riverside Drive-In presents the latest April Ghouls Monster-Rama. On April 29th and April 30th, the theater will present a lineup of movies featuring various representations of zombies and vampires. See schedule and details below:

April 29th

Night of the Living Dead (1990)

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Makeup effects artist and actor Tom Savini directed this remake of the 1968 film, which re-imagines the clash between a farmhouse full of survivors and an encroaching undead horde.

Night of the Creeps (1986)

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Undead teens infected with alien brain parasites crash a frat party. Features Pittsburgh’s own Tom Atkins.

Night of the Comet (1984)

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Two sisters must battle zombies in post-apocalyptic California after a freak comet wipes out most of the human race.

Flesh Eater (1988)

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A group of college students encounter zombies during an overnight hayride. The movie is directed by and stars S. William Hinzman, the first ghoul in NOLTD.

April 30th

Monster Squad (1987)

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A group of young horror nerds are put to the test when Count Dracula and his monster henchmen invade their town in this fun, hilarious cult hit.

The Lost Boys (1987)

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Two brothers (Jason Patric and Corey Haim) move to a new town, only to discover it’s crawling with sexy teen vampires.

Fright Night (1985)

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A teen boy and a midnight movie host (Roddy McDowall) team up to defeat a vengeful vampire in this beloved horror comedy.

Near Dark (1987)

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A vampire family kidnaps a young cowboy after he’s turned by one of their own. The atmospheric film from director Kathryn Bigelow features stunning action sequences, an impressive ensemble cast, and a stylish soundtrack by Tangerine Dream.

Gates open at 7 p.m. with films starting at dusk. Each evening will also include an array of vintage monster and exploitation movie trailers, cartoons, and short subjects in between features. Admission is $10 per person each night, free for children 12 and under with parent or adult guardian. Overnight camping is available on both nights for an additional $10 per person. Breakfast and access to restroom and shower facilities are provided.

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One comment

  1. Todd Ament

    Gates are open early on Friday afternoon for early arrivals and setting up camp. Concessions will be available for lunch as early as possible.

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