The Clark County Fairgrounds is bringing you a live-action horror movie experience where screams from the screen come to life. The Cinema of Horrors Drive-In features your favorite horror blockbusters with monsters lurking outside your car window.
Attend a unique, drive-in experience that is sure to give you a scream this Halloween. From the safety of your car, you’ll enjoy some of your favorite horror films like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or choose the spooky fun of Hocus Pocus.
Each Cinema of Horrors Drive-In event features high-quality sound and lighting, in-car audio, scary monsters, and terrifying twists to keep you on your toes. Full details below!
2020 Cinema of Horrors Drive-In
The Cinema of Horrors Drive-In will take place on select nights from October 9-November 1. At different movie will be featured each night. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the shows begin at 7:15 p.m. The event end times range from 9:35-9:45 p.m., depending on the length of the movie.
Here is the movie schedule:
- October 9 – A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)
- October 10 – Evil Dead (2013) SOLD OUT
- October 11 – It (2017)
- October 16 – Friday the 13th (2009)
- October 17 – Get Out (2017)
- October 18 – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
- October 22 – Hocus Pocus (1993)
- October 23 – House of 1000 Corpses (2003)
- October 24 – Insidious (2010)
- October 25 – Annabelle (2014)
- October 29 – Ghostbusters (1984)
- October 30 – The Nun (2018)
- October 31 – Halloween (2007)
- November 1 – The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Tickets must be purchased online in advance of the event. There are a limited amount of tickets available so be sure to get yours early.
General admission is $59 per car. You may have as many people as legally allowed inside of your vehicle upon entry. All cars are parked during the entire duration of the event.
All tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. This means you’re encouraged to get there early to claim your spot. Gates open at 6 p.m. Get your tickets on the Cinema of Horrors website.
If this is out of your budget, I have another option for you. For a comparable event at a third of the price with only one main attraction, check out the Clackamas County Scare Fair.
- Cinema of Horrors Drive In has a FAQ page that can answer any of the safety questions you may have to the night. I’ve listed a few of the important ones below.
- Masks and appropriate physical distancing are required any time you exit your vehicle or are communicating with staff members.
- Printed tickets are not required, but encouraged. If you print your ticket, you can place it print side up on the driver side of your dash so they can scan it easily.
- The organizers highly recommend staying inside of your vehicle with windows and doors shut.
- Restrooms are available onsite. In order to create the safest environment possible, the organizers encourage visitors to only use the restrooms onsite for emergencies. All restrooms and wash stations are spaced around the perimeter of the event space to limit contact with other guest and for easy accessibility.
- Each parking space allows for proper social distancing based on state guidelines. Each car is spaced 6′ to 10′ from the next. Space sizes are approximately 7′ x 18′.
The Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds is located at 17402 NE Delfel Rd. in Ridgefield. For more information, visit the Cinema of Horrors Drive In website.
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