Make the most of the rest of June under the stars, cosied up in a carload of family and/or friends to watch retro films at Village Cinemas Coburg Drive-In at 155 Newlands Rd, Coburg North. Get all your TICKETS HERE. Bonus, kids under 12 go FREE all year round.
Starting from Friday 12 June you have dates and films all starting at 6pm as follows, with a couple spilling into July 2020. Do note films are subject to change, so keep in touch via Village Cinemas Facebook page for updates and to address your enquiries.
What a great month of films to look forward to, especially for the movie buffs who have been missing salivating over it all on the big screen and a drive-in diner to enjoy to get your favourite munchies.
So who's getting excited? Do you have favourites in the list you could watch over and over again and perhaps have already done so? Which ones excite you the most? Watch it all from the safety of your car, munching on some freshly popped popcorn. Being a movie buff I love most movies for their own individual merits, but my personal favourites in what's left of June on this list would have to be the following, but that's just me.
Get Out11 Jun - when a young African-American visits his white girlfriend's parents for the weekend, he feels a simmering uneasiness that just gets worse from thereon - Stars Daniel Kaluuya
The Fifth Element15 Jun - I can watch Bruce Willis any time of day! A sci-fi adventure when a cab driver unwittingly becomes the central figure in the search for a legendary cosmic weapon to keep evil at bay - big baadaaaboom!
Snowpiercer22 Jun - a failed climate-change experiment has killed all life except for the lucky few who boarded the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe, where a new class system emerges - Stars Chris Evans in an unusual, intense role in this sci-fi film
Kill Bill24 Jun - a fan of all the Kill Bill films, Uma Thurman and all the fight scenes are breathtaking when a former assassin awakes from a 4 year coma to wreak vengeance on all those who wronged her
The Lost Boys30 Jun - watching it recently, it has not lost any of its magic. This for me has to be one of the best roles I've seen Kiefer Sutherland in. Two brothers move to a new town with their single mum and discover that the area is a haven for vampires - Stars Jason Patric and Corey Haim