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A drive-in horror show, but for a good cause
The past few years have been tough on drive-in movie theater owners, who have been forced to chuck their 35 mm projectors in favor of newer digital models if they want to continue to feature the latest releases. The switch-over costs money — money that mom and pop venues open for business just four months of the year rarely have on hand.
August 29, 2013