October is just days away and that means you can finally watch a scary movie every night of the month which makes the spooky season that much better. The classics return on Hulu and Netflix, and some even are played at the movies. The movie IT,  is one of those classic scary movies you have to watch and lucky for us, a classic drive-in theatre is showing IT Chapter Two in Georgia. 

IT Chapter Two came out earlier in the month, and it's still thriving in the theatres. If you haven't been able to make it to the movie theatre to see it, or if you want to drag your friends to see it so they can endure the horror too, it is still out and has even come to the local drive-in. 

Starlight Drive-In Theatre has finally decided to play this film and we will be the first to tell you that this is the perfect Halloween experience

Starlight has four fields and each one has a large projector screen that shows two movies a night. So you can choose which field you want depending on what movies are playing on that specific field.

With IT, you and the other scary movie lovers will only get one movie on your field, but it is for good reasons. With the movie being almost three hours long, you will not have the time (or the heart) to watch another scary movie. 

There is something about being outside, in the dark and watching a scary movie that is terrifying, right? This is the perfect date night spot to have with your boo, or to have a fun girls night. 

Bring all the blankets and snacks you want, but there is also a concession stand that serves up some pretty great Mexican food. 

It is only $9 a person to get in, which is a steal compared to the actual movie theatre prices. See if you can handle this movie in the great outdoors. 

 

Starlight Drive-In Theatre

Price: $9

Address: 2000 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316

Why You Need To Go: You can watch the scary movie, IT Chapter Two while sitting outside in the dark. 


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