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Drive in for some classic movie scares 

Melbourne’s pop-up drive-in specialists return with a horror double bill from the 1980s. Follow the evil exploits of a possessed car in John Carpenter’s Christine (1983) before the 10pm screening of the original 1985 version of Fright Night. Snuggle up with a blanket, grab some hot food and coffee and enjoy the thrills and chills.

Spots are limited so you absolutely must book online: there's enough room for 25 cars and a few bicycles (BYO FM radio, cyclists!).

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Valhalla Social Cinema: Pop Up Drive-In (Horror Double Bill) details

Address
Cnr Nicholson & Moreland Rds, Coburg 3058

Telephone 9383 3300

Price $27.00

Date Fri 09 Aug 2013

Open Doors 7pm; Christine 8pm; Fright Night 10pm

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