DRIVE-IN FRIDAY: Guest curator Paul Andolina

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Paul Andolina is our next drive-in currator. You can check out his blogs Wrestling with Film and Is the Dad Alive? for more.

It’s late September, the air is starting to get a bit colder than usual, and the leaves will soon be dropping, you are headed to the drive-in at the old quarry with your sweetheart. You’ve heard that tonight will be an extra special night with four films back to back specifically chosen by a guest programmer. You will not know what they are until they begin to play, the only clue, they will all center around horrible discoveries, ones that mankind may not be ready to deal with.

MOVIE 1: Spring (Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead, 2014): A young grieving male, Evan, travels to Italy for a change of scenery and meets a mysterious and beautiful young woman, Louise. A seemingly innocent tryst turns into a horrifying discovery.

You can watch this on Tubi.


MOVIE 2: Il mistero di Lovecraft- Road to L (Federico Greco, 2005): Was Lovecraft inspired to write one of his stories by the folk tales of the Po Delta in Northern Italy? A group of filmmakers makes the trek to Italy to find out whether Lovecraft had ties to Italy but uncover a terrifying truth in a small town named Loreo.

You can watch this on YouTube.


MOVIE 3: Black Mountain Side (Nick Szostakiwskyj, 2016): Archaeologists in the Canadian wilds discover a strange structure that seems to be having adverse effects on the crew, who are now being haunted by hallucination. Will they make it out of the wilderness to talk about what they have witnessed?

You can watch this on Tubi.


MOVIE 4: The Corridor (Evan Kelly, 2010): A group of friends having a reunion at a snowy cabin stumble upon a strange corridor in the wood. It begins to slowly drive them mad, leading to a weekend that they may never escape.

You can watch this on Amazon Prime.

Do you want to share your dream drive-in evening with the world? Just comment below or email us at bandsaboutmovies@gmail.com.

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