Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds until November 1

Looking for a frightening distanced experience for Halloween? Watch a scary movie with monsters lurking outside your window at the Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $59 per car. They're selling fast, so don't delay if you want to go. Check the schedule and buy tickets at the Cinema of … Continue reading Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds until November 1

2020 GlobeDocs Film Festival goes virtual October 1-12

Photo by annca from Pixabay Watch 18 feature-length documentary films and 17 documentary shorts, which consist of four shorts programs at the sixth annual GlobeDocs Film Festival hosted by the Boston Globe October 1-12. This year's festival will be held online due to prevent exposure to COVID-19. Stay online after the films to hear discussions … Continue reading 2020 GlobeDocs Film Festival goes virtual October 1-12

Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts Friday Night Flicks: A Drive-In Movie Experience through early October

Usually in the summertime, Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts a series of outdoor movies in local parks on the east and west sides of town. People pack picnic baskets and coolers and spread blankets on the grass to watch the movies on a big screen. COVID has changed that this year. Instead, the parks and … Continue reading Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts Friday Night Flicks: A Drive-In Movie Experience through early October

Sublimity Harvest Festival hosts Pull-in Movie on August 22

The Sublimity Harvest Festival was postponed this year because of COVID-19, but that didn't stop organizers from finding activities that everyone could enjoy. The latest event in The Grounds 2020 Events Series is tomorrow night (Saturday, August 22). It's called a Pull-in Movie, which will be held at the festival grounds at 11880 Sublimity Road … Continue reading Sublimity Harvest Festival hosts Pull-in Movie on August 22

A few tickets left for the Drive-in Movie Spectacular at the Portland Expo Center

Every summer in August and early September, the parking lot at the Portland Expo Center turns into a drive-in theater. The tickets sell out quick, but there are still a few available for tonight's and tomorrow's movies: Friday, August 21—Girl Fight Saturday, August 22—Destroy All Monsters All shows start at 8:30 p.m. Tickets cost $35 … Continue reading A few tickets left for the Drive-in Movie Spectacular at the Portland Expo Center

Pop Up Cinemas a fun drive-in movie experience at the Vancouver Mall

Countdown to showtime on the big screen at Pop Up Cinemas at the Vancouver Mall in Vancouver, Washington (photo by Cheryl Landes) On Friday and Saturday this summer, Pop Up Cinemas offers a movie experience from the comfort of your car in Vancouver, Washington. A different movie with a G or PG rating projects on … Continue reading Pop Up Cinemas a fun drive-in movie experience at the Vancouver Mall

Deschutes County residents can spend a night at the world’s last BLOCKBUSTER store in September

The world's last BLOCKBUSTER store in Bend, Oregon (photo by Cheryl Landes) Since 2004, manager Sandi Harding has kept the world's last BLOCKBUSTER store in Bend, Oregon, running smoothly while retaining a 1990s flavor. This month, in appreciation for her loyal customers in Deschutes County, where the store is located, she listed the store on … Continue reading Deschutes County residents can spend a night at the world’s last BLOCKBUSTER store in September

Cinema Unbound Drive-In at Zidell Yards in Portland August and September

Image by Markus Distelrath from Pixabay Enjoy movies from the comfort of your car in August and September at the Zidell Yards in Portland, Oregon. The series started on August 6 and continues Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights through September 27. Movies range from Knives and Skin, about a young girl's disappearance in the Midwest … Continue reading Cinema Unbound Drive-In at Zidell Yards in Portland August and September