Wednesday’s pick: 22 Nights of Halloween at the Drive-in

Kelly LeBrock and Anthony Michael Hall in Weird Science. Universal Pictures, 1985.
Kelly LeBrock and Anthony Michael Hall in Weird Science. Universal Pictures, 1985.

October is already upon us, and the Blue Starlite Drive-in is ready to start celebrating Halloween with 22 Nights of Halloween at the Drive-in, which kicks off Wednesday night.

The first night will feature both a vintage and an 80’s brat pack version of the Frankenstein tale with “Weird Science” and “The Bride of Frankenstein.” The double feature begins at 8 p.m.

You can purchase a membership pass for all the movies from Oct. 1 to Nov. 1 for $30, or pay general admission which starts at $5 per person in car or walk-in.

Visit the Blue Starlite Drive-in website for a full listing of Halloween movies showing this month.

Author: Melissa M. Martinez

Melissa M. Martinez is a content producer for austin360.com and statesman.com. She also writes the occasional story about her favorite hobby, baking!

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