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A drive-in shows a horror flick set at a drive-in.


The Cleveland Museum of Art's film series takes it outside at tonight's CMA @ the Drive-In. The Memphis Drive-In hosts a showing of Peter Bogdanovich's 1968 feature debut, Targets, a thriller starring Boris Karloff as an aging horror-movie actor making a guest appearance at a drive-in. Unfortunately for him, it's also the last stop on a gun-wielding psychopath's tour of violence.

Before Targets screens, CMA will replicate an old-fashioned drive-in experience by unspooling vintage trailers, shorts, and ads featuring old-school faves like The Dancing Hotdog.
Thu., May 18, 8:30 p.m.

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