Row House Cinema is teaming up with The Terminal Strip District to show classic Halloween movies throughout October.
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If you’re looking for a fun, outdoor activity for the whole family to enjoy in October, look no further because Lawrenceville’s Row House Cinema is teaming up with The Terminal Strip District to bring you drive-in movies all October long. Every Friday and Saturday, Row House will be showing a different classic movie at the corner of 21st and Smallman Street. They will also offer concessions and, of course, practice social distancing.
The line-up is impressive, with Halloween movies like Edward Scissorhands, Hocus Pocus, and a special screening of Pittsburgh classic The Night of the Living Dead on Halloween. Row House and The Terminal’s month of drive-in movies kicks off on October 2nd with The Neverending Story, which experienced somewhat of a revival last year in season three of Netflix’s Stranger Things. You can see the full lineup of movies and buy tickets at Row House’s website.
If anyone’s going to see The Princess Bride, one of my all-time favorite movies, on October 9th, I’ll hopefully see you there! Row House’s Drive-In Cinema is definitely going on my Pittsburgh fall to-do list.