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Cinema One stages Eerie Halloween Drive-Ins this Weekend

Experience a Halloween-themed screening of two of this year’s creepiest movies, “The Rental” and “Unhinged,” in “Drive-In Cinema One,” happening for free this weekend (October 30 and 31) at Vertis North.

Experience a Halloween-themed screening of two of this year’s creepiest movies, “The Rental” and “Unhinged,” in “Drive-In Cinema One,” happening for free this weekend (October 30 and 31) at Vertis North.

In partnership with Vertis North Estate and Ayala Malls Vertis North, Cinema One’s drive-in event will feature the horror flick “The Rental” on Friday and the psychological thriller “Unhinged” this Saturday, bringing drive-in moviegoers a fright night experience while they remain in the safety of their vehicles.

“The Rental” follows the story of two couples who rent a vacation home and have a celebratory weekend getaway, but later suspect that they are being watched. The American film stars Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, Sheila Vand, Jeremy Allen White, and Toby Huss.

The action-thriller “Unhinged,” meanwhile, centers on a single mom’s flight after she becomes the target of a mentally unstable stranger’s fury following a road rage incident. Award-winning actor Russell Crowe stars in the film together with Caren Pistorius, Gabriel Bateman, Jimmi Simpson and Austin P. McKenzie.

Aside from the film screening, drive-in moviegoers will also get to participate in various Halloween-themed activities and games.

Get ready for a rare and scary movie experience this weekend in “Drive-In Cinema One” featuring “The Rental” on Friday (October 30) and “Unhinged” on Saturday (31), 7pm at Vertis North. Gates open at 5pm. Interested parties may register here: bit.ly/DriveInCinemaOne.



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