Here’s what to see at the Royalmount Drive-in before it closes on Nov. 1
With Montreal movie theatres temporarily shuttered due to red-zone restrictions, drive-ins are the only way to see a movie out these days. Since the summer began, the Royalmount Drive-in Event Theatre has been filling that need for drivers, screening movies as well as hosting comedy and music events.
Sadly even drive-ins will have to close soon (due to weather). For the Royalmount, the end date for this season is Nov. 1, but they’ve got some sweet ’80s and ’90s classics screening over the next two weeks to get you through Red October.
Among the titles are Martin Scorsese’s (best gangster film?) Goodfellas, Tim Burton’s landmark Beetlejuice, Jim Carrey’s second most popular movie, The Mask, and the film that broke Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction.
For the complete October schedule, please see the following two posts:
View this post on Instagram So many choices for October ! We are open and we maintain the strictest of protocols. Stay Safe. Stay in your Car. Stay Entertained. #getoutofyourhousenotoutofyourcar #events #driveinmtl #driveintheater #montreal #newnormal #movies #montrealevents A post shared by Royalmount Drive-In Theatre (@driveinmtl) on Oct 6, 2020 at 5:57am PDT
Beetlejuice, Pulp Fiction, The Mask and more!
View this post on Instagram Choose either a family friendly spooky film or a intense and insane Halloween horror movie. Interactive activities, special effects and costume contests will make this year’s Halloween safe and memorable. Get ready to TRUNK or TREAT Montreal!! The only time in 2020 when wearing a mask is fun! Reserve ASAP. #movies #driveinmtl #familyfun #events #halloween #costumes #safe #kidfriendly #familyfriendly #driveintogetout A post shared by Royalmount Drive-In Theatre (@driveinmtl) on Oct 15, 2020 at 5:18am PDT
Beetlejuice, The Shining and more for Halloween weekend
For more about the Royalmount Drive-in Event Theatre and to buy tickets, please visit their website.
For more film and TV coverage, please visit the Film & TV section.
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