7 Ontario Drive-Ins Playing Spooktacular Movies Under The Stars This Month

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7 Ontario Drive-In Playing Spooktacular Movies Under The Stars This Month

It is time to plan a movie night under the stars. These seven Ontario drive-ins will be playing spooktacular movies this October.

Do you know what is more frightful than watching a horror movie in your living room? Watching the same movie at a drive-in outside of the city, surrounded by darkness where your mind can easily imagine monsters lurking.

So instead of spending another night at home, why not have a retro movie night with your friends. Many of the locations below have an incredible lineup of films you want to see, including the new Halloween Kills.

5 Drive-In Oakville

Price: $13.00+ per vehicle

Address: 2332 Ninth Line, Oakville, ON

Why You Need To Go: For one low price, you can watch two back-to-back movies.


Stardust Drive-In Newmarket

Price: $13.00+ per vehicle

Address: 893 Mount Albert Rd., Sharon, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: There is no need to go trick-or-treating, as this drive-in sells large bags of candies or chocolate that you can eat while you watch the movie.


Starlite Drive-In Hamilton

Price: $13.00+ per vehicle

Address: 59 Green Mountain Rd. E., Stoney Creek, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you prefer your movies to be not too scary, head to this drive-in. They will be playing The Addams Family 2, which will make you chuckle.


Port Hope Drive In

Price: $12.50+ per person

Address: 2141 Theatre Rd. S., Hamilton, ON

Why You Need To Go: This spooky season they will be playing horror flicks like Candyman and Halloween Kills.


Sunset Barrie Drive-in Theatre

Price: $13.00+ per vehicle

Address: 134 4 Line S., Barrie, ON

Why You Need To Go: This drive-in has multiple screens, so you can pick which film interests you.


Lindsay Drive-In

Price: $15.00 per person

Address: 229 Pigeon Lake Rd., Lindsay, ON

Why You Need To Go: They are open until October 31, and the daily admission price includes two movies.


Muskoka Drive-In

Price: $12.00 per person

Address: 1001 Theatre Rd., Gravenhurst, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can bring blankets and pillows and create a giant bed inside your car for a cozy spot to watch the movie.


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