Because of Covid, the glorious Belcourt Theatre is taking safety measures by offering a Drive-In option. This weekend is packed with great movies for this time of year.
They transformed their parking lot into the Belcourt Drive-In!
For starters, they have done it weekly, on Fri, Sat and Sun nights — and will add nights if and when they can.
Given the unique challenges of these times, we’ll need your help to ensure that the Belcourt Drive-In is both fun and safe movie-watching experience for all.
ABOUT TICKETS AND CAPACITY
Tickets will be sold on a per-vehicle basis, and each drive-in screening will be limited to 34 vehicles. Tickets are $25/vehicle for Belcourt members and $30/vehicle for non-members.
If you’re not currently a Belcourt member, purchase a membership before tickets go on sale, and you’ll have membership access.
This Weekend’s Schedule:
FRI, OCT 23 AT 6:45 PM ERASERHEAD
In David Lynch’s nightmarish first feature, Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) struggles to surmount his darkest fears and the dismal surreality of a suffocating industrial dreamscape after a shotgun wedding and the birth of his newborn mutant offspring.
FRI, OCT 23 AT 9:30 PM GET OUT
Chris and his girlfriend Rose head upstate to visit her parents for the weekend. At first, Chris reads their overly accommodating behavior as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter’s interracial relationship, but a cascade of disturbing discoveries awaken him to an unimaginable truth.
SAT, OCT 24 AT 6:30 PM, 9:30 PM PSYCHO
Secretary Marion Crane is on the lam after embezzling $40,000 from her employer’s client. Overcome by exhaustion during a heavy rainstorm, Marion goes out of her way to avoid apprehension by checking into a secluded motel run by a young man with a peculiar connection to his mother. 60th Anniversary 4K Restoration
SUN, OCT 25 AT 6:45 PM NIGHT OF THE COMET
The burden of civilization falls upon two resourceful L.A. sisters when the return of an ancient comet renders the majority of life on earth either piles of dust or insane, flesh-starved ghouls. A quintessential American apocalypse that reunites EATING RAOUL costars Mary Woronov and Robert Beltran.
SUN, OCT 25 AT 9:30 PM
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD George A. Romero’s claustrophobic vision of a late-sixties America literally tearing itself apart rewrote the rules of the horror genre, combining gruesome gore with acute social commentary while quietly breaking ground by casting Black actor Duane Jones in the lead role. 4K Restoration