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By Sarah Ward
October 08, 2020
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Halloween Horror Movies at Yatala Drive-In

Swap trick-or-treating for sitting in your car and watching spooky flicks.
By Sarah Ward
October 08, 2020
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When Halloween rolls around, some folks like to celebrate the occasion in the eeriest way possible. For others, it's all about balancing scares and frights with some fun. Whichever category you fall into, both creepy and entertaining flicks are on offer as part of Yatala Drive-In's end of October program.

Across Friday, October 30–Saturday, October 31, the southeast Queensland spot is putting on a heap of horror films — some new, some recent-ish, some retro. If you're keen to settle in for the long haul, you can go old school with a double of Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street, or opt to get spooked by The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2. Or, if you're only in the mood for one, you can pick between Hocus Pocus, the perennial favourite that is The Rocky Horror Picture Show and this year's new The Craft: Legacy.

Yes, it's the kind of movie night that calls for gathering the gang and heading down the highway. Tickets will set you back $35 for a carload for one film, and $49 for a double feature.

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