The Luna Drive In Cinema is opening a drive-in cinema at Thorpe Park to coincide with its Fright Nights events for Halloween, with spooky movies including Hocus Pocus, The Shining and Get Out.
The programme includes family-friendly films to be shown earlier in the evening, such as Goosebumps, Ghostbusters and The Addams Family.
Later screenings for adults include Halloween, Jaws, Final Destination, Scream, Hereditary, The Exorcist, The Purge, Cabin in the Woods, and Us.
George Wood, founder of the Luna Drive In Cinema, said: “We have been thrilled with the response to the launch of The Luna Drive-In Cinema that we were fortunate to be able to put on at a time when cinemas and outdoor events had to close.”
“It made complete sense to extend into the Halloween season and put on these events featuring both classic and modern-day horrors.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing The Luna Drive In to Thorpe Park for the first time as it’s synonymous with Halloween for so many of us.”
Scream at the Final Destination of Thorpe Park
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Are you brave enough to face your worst nightmares at Luna Drive In Cinema this Halloween? From Killer Clowns to undead zombies, demonic spirits to wicked witches, we'll have them all at our Halloween Drive In Film Season. Opening at @thorpeparkofficial from 8th October and we'll have a host of the scariest (and some not so scary) movies for you to choose from. Who you gonna call? The Box Office!
The Luna Drive In Cinema is completely COVID-19 secure, with visitors able to remain in their own cars and remotely order Halloween-themed F&B, delivered by roller-skating waiters.
In addition, the Luna Drive In Cinema features state-of-the-art sound and screens, and guests receive their own wireless speakers to put on their dashboards.
The speakers are sanitised between uses, and visitors don’t need to use their own car radios for the screenings, meaning there’s no need to run car engines and drain the batteries.
Visitors to the Luna Drive In Cinema will also have their licence plates scanned on arrival before being directed to pre-assigned parking bays.
Following the global outbreak of COVID-19, drive-in or drive-through attractions are making a comeback as an innovative solution to social distancing challenges.