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Do you remember being terrified of horror movies?
Easter is not all about chocolates and egg hunts. It doesn't have to be all about placating the grandparents and spending the long weekend around roast dinners and family barbecues with the Uncle who visits only once every twelve months. There is nothing that says Easter is not allowed to be fun.
So let your hair down and enjoy an evening with mates or the family at the Yatala Drive-In this Easter and enjoy some old fashioned fun with a Horror Moviethon.
Yes, three horror movies across the course of the evening.
Movie also known as a The Curse of the Weeping Woman
Why not stay at home and watch Netflix? There's something special about watching a movie under a knee rug in the car. It's nostalgic, especially if you take your favourite box of lollies to share, such as Fantails or Minties, and even a thermos of coffee or tea. It's even better-watching everyone else's reactions in their cars.
The Horror Moviethon will commence at 7pm on: Friday, 19th April Saturday, 20th April Sunday, 21st April
Movies featured will be Curse of the Weeping Woman at 7pm, Pet Semetary at 8.45pm and Us at 10.30pm.
Yatala Drive-In is at 100 Jacobs Well Road, Stapylton and tickets can be purchased here. Ticket prices for the Easter Horror Moviethon are $75 for five people in the car.
Don't forget to arrive early and remember to pack that box of your favourite sweets.
May, yes I do remember being scared out of my wits at movies and it's not a thing I'm going to do at this stage in life but it's a great article that you have written and I'm sure many people will be rocking up to see some of them.